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3. As in (iii) above, when dealing with (pre-)log structures we usually omit the map α from the notation and write simply M for the pair (M, α). 4. If (X, M ) is a log scheme then the units M ∗ ⊂ M are by the ∗ via the map α : M → OX . We deﬁnition of log structure identiﬁed with OX ∗ let λ : OX → M be the resulting inclusion. The monoid law on M deﬁnes an ∗ ∗ on M by translation. The quotient M := M/OX has a natural action of OX monoid structure induced by the monoid structure on M . 5. The notion of log structure makes sense in any ringed topos.

Let B be a scheme and A/B an abelian scheme over B. Fix a ﬁnitely generated free abelian group X with associated torus T . 1) deﬁnes a homomorphism c : X → At as follows. 1 out along the homomorphism x : T → Gm . Let Lx denote the corresponding line bundle on A. The identity element of G induces a trivialization of Lx (0) and hence Lx is a rigidiﬁed line bundle. 3) Lx ⊗ Lx for x, x ∈ X. 4) has a natural algebra structure and there is a canonical isomorphism over A G → SpecA (⊕x∈X Lx ). 5) For any a ∈ A(B) there exists ´etale locally on B an isomorphism t∗a Lx → Lx .

4 in the category of fs monoids is given by the saturation (P ⊕R Q)sat of (P ⊕R Q)int . 5 in the category of ﬁne (resp. 6) (resp. Spec((P ⊕R Q)sat → Spec(Z[(P ⊕R Q)sat ])). 4 Summary of Alexeev’s Results For the convenience of the reader we summarize in this section the main results of Alexeev [3]. At various points in the work that follows we have found it convenient to reduce certain proofs to earlier results of Alexeev instead of proving everything “from scratch”. 1. 6] that a reduced scheme P is called seminormal if for every reduced scheme P and proper bijective morphism f : P → P such that for every p ∈ P mapping to p ∈ P the map k(p) → k(p ) is an isomorphism, the morphism f is an isomorphism.