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Perscribere or rescribere was to give a cheque on one's account, or to transfer a Credit for one account to another.
3) per diuinitatem et humanitatem domini nostri Iesu Christi obsecro, ut rescribere mihi digneris, quid gestum sit, et sic rescribere, ut noueris me in ecclesia fratribus nostris epistulam tuam uelle recitare (23)
13-14 (et qui Penelopae rescribere iussit Ulixem / errantem suevo per duo lustra mari), is significant in this sense: here the allusion solely to Ulysses' epistle (the reply to the very first epistle, Penelope's) is enough to indicate the whole collection.