Incipitur

INCIPITUR, practice. This word, which means "it is begun," signifies the commencement of the entry on the roll. on signing judgment, &c.

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4: "et ideo statim in principio libri de caelo, qui sequitur ad istum, incipitur a notificatione corporis.
He does, however, describe the end of his vision as a return to the "strepitum oris nostri, ubi verbum et incipitur et finitur." See Augustine's Confessions 9.10, in Augustine, Confessions, ed.