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Locus classicus

The phrase “Locus classicus” is a Latin term that means “classic place” or “classic source” in English. It is commonly used in academic and scholarly settings to refer to a specific passage, text, or source that is deemed to be the primary or authoritative reference on a particular subject. This term denotes a fundamental or seminal source that is frequently cited and respected within a specific field of study.

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