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  • I'm no expert on early English printing (15th and early 16th century) but it seems to me that xij, xj, vij, vj, cij, cj, and related are simply numbers in roman numerals. The final i is often a j in the texts I have been reading. The examples here are consistent with that.

    October 24, 2010