dies non


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dies non

a day on which no legal business may be transacted.
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Do we have a case for systemizing corporate history records, before sources become dies non?
In 530AD a monk, Dionysius Exiguus, was commissioned to fix the day and year of the birth of Jesus and in 534AD December 25 was adopted which was reckoned by the law courts as "dies non".
Zangemeister, 4, "praeteritos dies non solurn aeque ut hos [i.e., praesentia tempora] graves, verum etiam tanto atrocius miseros quanto 1ongius a remedio verae religionis alienos." Wretchedness is perhaps the same in all epochs, but it is at least palliated by the presence of true religion.