Lemma 34.12.1. Any set of big Zariski sites is contained in a common big Zariski site. The same is true, mutatis mutandis, for big fppf and big étale sites.
Proof. This is true because the union of a set of sets is a set, and the constructions in Sets, Lemmas 3.9.2 and 3.11.1 allow one to start with any initially given set of schemes and coverings. $\square$
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