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Doctor We here give an alphabetical list of such additional epithets as were given to some doctors of the middle ages, although some of them were not public teachers: Doctor abstractionum, acutus et illuminatissirums, to Francis of Mayroni (Marojns), who died in 1323; acoutissimus, to Francis d'Albescola della Rovere (afterwards pope Sixtus IV), died in 1484; acutus, to Gabriel Vasquez, a Jesuit, died in 1604; admirabilis (mirabilis), to Roger Bacon, died in 1294; amoenus, to Robert of Cownton, died about 1340; angeliculs, communis, also cherubicus, to Thomas Aquinus, died in 1274; authenticus, to Gregorius de Rimini, died in 1358; authoratis, copiosus, fundatissimus et solidus, to Richard of Middleton, died about 1300; Doctor beatus et fundatissimus, to AEgidius de Colonna; died in 1316; bonus, to Walther Brinkeli, died about 1310; cherubicus, see

angelica; christianissimnus, to Johannes Gersonus, died in 1429; christianus, to Nicolaus of Cusa, died in 1464; clarus, to Louis de Montesinos, died in 1621; clarus et subtilis, to Dionysius the Younger, of the 14th century; collectivus, to Landulf Caracciole, died in 1351: columna, to William of Champeaux, died in 1121; communis, see angelicum; contradictionum, to John Wessel, died in 1489; conspicus et plansus, to Walther Burleigh, died after 1337; copiosus, see authorans; divinus, ecstaticus, to John of Ruysbroeck, died in 1381; doctorum, to Anseln of Laon, died in 1117; dulcifluus, to Anton Andraee, died about 1320; ecstaticus, to Dionysius de Leewis of Rickel, died in 1471; ecstaticus, see divinius; elegans et factundus, to Peter Anreoli, died in 1322; eminens, to St. John of Matha, died in 1213; evangelicus, to John Wycliffe, died in 1384: excellentissimus, to Anton Cnorsetti, died in 1503; eximinus, to John Tisserius, died about 1564; and Francis Suarez, died in 1617; facundus, see elegans; famosissimnus, to Peter Alberti, died about 1426; famosus, to Bertrand de la Tour, died in 1334; fundamentalis, subtilis et perspicacissimus, to John Faber of Bordeaux, died about 1350; fundatissimus, see authoratus and beatus; fandatus, to William Verus (de Waria), died about 1270; illibatus, to Alexander Alamannicus of the 15th century; illuminatissimus, see abstractionum; illuminatus, to Raymond Lullus, died in 1315; illuminatis et sublimis to John Tauler, died in 1361; illustratus, to Francis Picenus (de Marchia) of the 14th century; illustris, or illustratus, to Adam of Morisco, died about 1308; inclytus, to William Mackelfield, died about 1300; ingeniosissimus, to Andrew of Neufchateau, died about 1300; invincibilis, to Petrus Thomas of the 14th century; invincibiiis et singularis, to William Occam, died about 1347; irrefragabilis, fons vitae, monarcha theologorum, to Alexander Hales, died in 1243; magnus universalis, to Alanus of Ryssel, died in 1202; marianus, to Anselm of Canterbury, died in 1109; and John Duns Scotuns, died in 1308; mellifluus, to St. Bernard, died in 1153; mellifluus alter, to AElred, died in 1166; mirabilis, see admirabilis; mirabilis, to Anton Perez, the Jesuit, died in 1649; moralis, to Gerhard Endo (Odonis), died in 1349; notabilis, to Peter of Ryssel; ordinatitissimus, ornatissimus, to John de Barsolis, died about 1347; ornatissimus et sufficiens, to Peter de Aquila, died about 1344; pacificus et proficuus (profitabilis), to Nicholas Bonetus, died in 1360; perspicacissiminnus, see fundamentalis; perspicuus, see conspicutus; planuus, see conspicuus; planuus et utilis, to Nicliolals de Lyra, died in 1341; praeclarus, to Peter of Kaiserslautern, died about 1330; praestantissimus, to Thomas Netter of Walden, died in 1431; proficuus and profitabilis, see pacificus; profandas, to Thomas of Bradwardin, died in 1349; profundissimus, to Paul of Venice, died in 1428; Gabriel Biel, died in 1495; and John Alfons Curiel, died in 1609; refalgidus, to Peter Philargi (afterwards pope Alexander V), died in 1410; resolutissimus, to William Dulandus de S. Pourain, died in 1332; resolutus, princeps Averroistarum, to John Baco, died in 1346; scholasticus, to Peter Abelard, died in 1142; Gilbert de la Porle, died in 1154; Petrus Lombardus, died in 1164; Peter of Poictiers, died in 1205; and Hugo de Castro Novo, who died after 1322; seraphicus, to Bonaventura, died in 1274; sometimes, also, attributed to St. Francis of Assist, who died in 1226; singularis, see invincibilis; solemnis, to Henry (Goethals of Ghent, died in 1293; solidus, see authoratus; speculativus, to Jacobus of Viterbo, died in 1308; sublimis, see illuminatus; sublimis, to Francis de Bachone, died in 1372; and John of Courte-Cuisse, who died about 1425; subtilis, to John Duns Scotus, died in 1308; Doctor subtilis, see clarus and fundamentalis; subtilissimus, to Peter of Manutua of the 14th century; succinctus, to Francis of Arcoli, who died about 1340; sufficiens, see ornatissmus; summus doctorum, to Peter of Belle-Perche, who died in 1308; universalis, to Albertus Magnus, who died in 1280: universalis, see magnus; utilis, see planuus; venerandus, to Walfried de Fontibus, who died after 1240. See Streber, in Wetzer u. Welte's Kirchen- Lexikon, s.v. (B.P.)

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