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Example 66.6.2. The algebraic space $\mathbf{A}^1_{\mathbf{Q}}/\mathbf{Z}$ constructed in Spaces, Example 63.14.8 is not decent as its “generic point” cannot be represented by a monomorphism from the spectrum of a field.


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Do you wish to say "spectrum of a point" or "spectrum of a field"? I can only interpret the former as meaning the latter in view of the definition of a point of an algebraic space in 64.4.1.

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