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Pope

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Titles assumed by the popes.

Universal Bishop. Prior to Gregory the Great.

Servus Servõrum. Assumed by Gregory the Great in 591.

The Lamb of God which taketh away the Sins of the World. Martin IV. in 1281.

Divine Majesty; Husband of the Church; Prince of the Apostles; Key of the whole Universe; the Pastor and Physician possessed of all Power both in Heaven and Earth. Leo X. in 1513.

Monarch of Christendom; Vice-God; Lord God the Pope. Paul V. in 1635.

Master of the World; the Universal Father; Viceregent of the Most High. Subsequent to Paul V.

(See Brady: Clavis Calendaria, 247.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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