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What you're actually looking for: J. N. Adams Latin Sexual Vocabulary. I bet I could find another, but I don't know off the top of my head.


I'd say Half-Uncial (3rd Century AD) and Carolingian (9th Century AD) scripts; as it says in the Wikipedia text for the latter, Clear capital letters and spaces between words – norms we take for granted – became standard in Carolingian minuscule [...] So it was the first time both capitals and minuscules were used in a standard way (instead of ...

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