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INVENTIONES. This word is used in some ancient English charters to signify treasure-trove.

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Weinstein, "Normal modes for nonlinear hamiltonian systems," Inventiones Mathematicae, vol.
Green, Hall algebras, hereditary algebras and quantum groups, Inventiones Mathematicae 120 (1995) pp.
Turaev, Invariants of 3-manifolds via link polynomials and quantum groups, Inventiones Mathematicae 103 (1991) pp.
Wiles then submitted a preliminary, 200-page manuscript of the proof to the journal Inventiones Mathematicae. In turn, copies of the manuscript were sent out to about half a dozen mathematicians for checking, but no copies were circulated publicly.