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[In this chapter we gather the information one needs to know about the general theory of Riemann surfaces and theta functions. A good reference for this material is [FK].]
[A Zncurve is a compact Riemann surface which is associated with the algebraic equation]
[In this chapter we present some examples of Thomae formulae for the singular and nonsingular cases. These examples are intended to help the reader assimilate the general cases.]
[In this chapter we shall present a proof of the Thomae formula for the general non singular Zncurve associated to the equation.]
[In this chapter we shall present a proof of the Thomae formula for the singular Zn curve associated to the equation]
[In this chapter we treat two other cases of families of singular curves and give a few examples. Contrary to the examples in Chapter 3, which were presented to demonstrate special cases of general families, here we have no general theory and we treat these cases separately.]
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