Ad loc.

at or to the place.
Historical Examples

Lines 44-49 are said by Servius, ad loc., to be quoted from Gallus (‘de ipsius translati carminibus’).
The Student’s Companion to Latin Authors George Middleton

Even Bhr, ad loc., admits that the narrative is of later date, and has received a traditional colouring.
The Expositor’s Bible: The First Book of Kings F. W. Farrar

Latin ad locum (to, or at, the place)


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