- Latin oblitus, past participle of oblinere to besmear. (Wiktionary)
“But when the unnatural mother of Conftantine was depofed and banifli - cd, her fucceflTor Nicephorus refolved to oblite - rate this badge of fervitude and difgrace.”
“[(Ag) 10 (ne) 4 (s tota) 4 (lly) 30 (oblite) 4 (ra) 4 (te) 4 (d from he) 4 (r re) 4 (me) 4 (mbra) 4 (nc) 4 (e) 4 (?)]”
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