IXIT

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IXITImplementation Extra Information for Testing
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Finalmente en la tercera linea se recoge la edad, cincuenta y cinco anos: ANN LV, no obstante a causa de las fracturas de la pieza no podemos descartar que la formula fuese V(ixit) A(nnos) LV.
We can also mention a Late Antique inscription from Iomnium, a fairly insignificant town on the coast of Mauretania Caesariensis: Domitio Rufino magistro liberalium litterarum/ homini bono/ v(ixit) a(nnis) LXXV.
I was quickly seduced by CornwallOs rocky shores, secret coves, turquoise waters, and seafood fresh off the boat Ixit really does have a a magical quality.
Ros(cia) C(ai) f(ilia) / Mes(sorina?) v(ixit) a(nno) I