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Just as everybody knows, the word perspicilla (npl) is a medieval created word, as I've seen in my lexicon written in the source of the article. The word 'perspicillum' (nsi) I don't know because no source to it have been read, nor written here. And the third one vitra ocularia (npl) may function as a ancient Latin equivalent to our 'glasses' (if it isn't an ancient name to 'glasses', I don't know).

Donatello (disputatio) 02:38, 19 Augusti 2012 (UTC).[reply]

Fontes[fontem recensere]

perspicilia (nota i sed l): Acta capit. eccl. S. Petri Insul. ad ann. 1539. ex Reg. L. fol. 90. v°.: qui tunc habebat sua perspicilia in naso.

conspicilla: du Cange, et al., Glossarium mediæ et infimæ latinitatis

ocularia: Ioannis Tortelii Aretini De orthographia (1449): duos orbes e tenui vitro ... quos ocularia nominant.