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I am pretty sure there is no arcaic substitute for “I” it is just “I”.
Though it is slightly arcaic with circumstances that were in effect in the 18th century and burocrates seem to find loop holes along with an incompetent Judicial Branch that gets cought up in bi-partisianship.
I stumbled across this arcaic "law" or whatever when looking at the regulations for building a fence on my property.
The people are continually supressed by a government that is arcaic, run by mullahs in dictatorship fashion.
The castle ruins are in very good shape - considering - though most of it, is just foundations, three towers are still in intact and one of those can be climbed to the onservation deck (though arcaic in form!) - you do have to climb with the assistance of candle-light lanterns as the stairs are not lit and there is no natural lighting (no widows).
"climategate" auto-suggested i "arcaic said" Surely this could/will have a negative impact on many sites.