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 Pope.Pope Joan. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Pope.
 
Titles assumed by the popes.   1
   Universal Bishop. Prior to Gregory the Great.   2
   Servus Servrum. Assumed by Gregory the Great in 591.   3
   The Lamb of God which taketh away the Sins of the World. Martin IV. in 1281.   4
   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.   5
   Monarch of Christendom; Vice-God; Lord God the Pope. Paul V. in 1635.   6
   Master of the World; the Universal Father; Viceregent of the Most High. Subsequent to Paul V.   7
   (See Brady: Clavis Calendaria, 247.)   8
 


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