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  • Blackthorne should and could be remade A recent indie game that I thought was called "iij" but can't now find is a simple proof, damn my eyes, but Lost Vikings deserves to be recognized as the 19th greatest game of all time.

    Can We Have....

  • It might say something like, "iij.4," which would indicate that the Psalm will be sung in tone 3 "iij," the "j" - for some reason - stands in for the last "i", using the 4th ending.

    A couple of Office/chant books in English

  • A carpett for a cupboarde of crymson sattin, embrothered with a border of goulde twiste, about iij parts of it fringed with silk and goulde, lyned with bridges [that is, Bruges.] sattin, in length ij yards, and ij bredths of sattin.


  • Fyve curteins of crimson sattin to the same bedsted, striped downe with a bone lace of gold and silver, garnished with buttons and loops of crimson silk and golde, containing xiiij bredths of sattin, and one yarde iij quarters deepe.


  • A fayre quilte of crymson sattin, vj breadths, iij yardes 3 quarters naile deepe, all lozenged over with silver twiste, in the midst a cinquefoile within a garland of ragged staves, fringed rounde aboute with


  • A crymson sattin counterpointe, quilted and embr. with a golde twiste, and lyned with redd sarsenet, being in length iij yards good, and in breadth iij scant.


  • Before him went all the Santuary men with crosse keys upon their garments, and after went iij for murder: on was the Lord Dacre's sone of the North, was wypyd with a shett abowt him for kyllyng of on Master West, squyre, dwellyng besyd ... and anodur theyff that dyd long to one of

    Notes and Queries, Number 45, September 7, 1850

  • _ And to be weshed for every Penny iij Surplesses or iij

    The Customs of Old England

  • Prests iij Beddes after ij to a Bedde; for x Gentillmen of the Chapell v

    The Customs of Old England

  • In the same time king _Edward_ the iij. him selfe quartering the Armes of

    The Arte of English Poesie


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