Sine nomine

''Sine nomine'' (abbreviated s.n.) is a Latin expression, meaning "without a name". It is most commonly used in the contexts of publishing and bibliographical listings such as library catalogs, to signify that the publisher (or distributor, etc.) of a listed work is unknown, or not printed or specified on the work. It is to be compared with ''sine loco'' (''s.l.''), "without a place", used where the place of publication of a work is unknown or unspecified. While it may sometimes be used to disclose an unknown authorship, this is more commonly indicated as ''anon.'' or similar.

The phrase and its abbreviation have been deprecated in Anglophone cataloging with the adoption of the Resource Description and Access standard, which instead prescribes the unabbreviated English phrase "publisher not identified" (or "distributor not identified", etc.). ''Sine loco'' is likewise replaced by "place of publication not identified". Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Cingularius, Hieronymus
    Published 1512
    “…Sine nomine…”
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    by Fasolus, Carolus
    Published 1515
    “…Sine nomine…”
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    Published 1515
    “…Sine nomine…”
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    by Turina, Joaquín, 1882-1949
    Published 1993
    “…Quatuor Sine Nomine…”
    CDROM
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    “…Quatuor Sine Nomine, otros…”
    Sound Disc
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    Published 1998
    “…Taller de Música "Sine Nomine"…”
    CDROM
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    Published 2016
    “…Camerata Vocale Sine Nomine…”
    CDROM
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    by Sevilla.
    Published 1728
    Other Authors: “…Sine nomine…”
    Book
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    by Sevilla.
    Published 1772
    Other Authors: “…Sine nomine…”
    Book
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    by Sevilla.
    Published 1773
    Other Authors: “…Sine nomine…”
    Book
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