academic insignia

  1. ōrnāmentum-ī, n.ornament, privilege, distinction
    • Minime praetereundus est Hieronymus Zanchius cui post annos viginti sex in docenda Theologia feliciter exactos Doctoratus gradum et ORNAMENTA contulit Petrus Boquinus in Academia Heidelbergensi. We must not ignore the example of Jerome Zanchi. Pierre Bouquin at the University of Heidelberg conferred upon him the doctoral degree and insignia after he had completed 26 successful years teaching theology.
      John Arrowsmith, Oratio Tertia Anti-Weigeliana, in Tactica Sacra (Cambridge, 1657) p.24, schedula a David Noe data

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