Sub Nomine

Sub Nomine

[Latin, Under the name; in the name of; under the title of.]

References in periodicals archive ?
Ergo apparet: quia licet sub nomine nobilitatis non habeamus aliquem
It contains </Declarationes ad Censuras Lutetiae vulgatas sub nomine Facultatis Theological Parisiensis/>, Quaedam propositiones Erasmicae/>, and </Determinatio facultatis sacrae theologiae super familiaribus colloquiis Erasmi/> in Latin with English textual and informational footnotes.
Erasmus replied the next year with his Declarationes ad censuras Lutetiae vulgatas sub nomine facultatis theologiae Parisiensis.
Dominus Leonardus Buonafe, hospitalarius hospitalis Sancte Marie Nove de Florentia, confessus fuit habuisse et havere penes se in depositum a Francisco de Ieronimis er Raphaelle eius filio, sub nomine capituli cathedralis ecclesie florentine, florenos sexcentos auri largos in auro." The following day, the chapter of Santa Maria del Fiore elected Jacopo di Francesco de'Girolami to serve as the canon for the new canonry.
But what seems to be happening in this country is more like the active courtship of a venomous yet surprisingly seductive little poltergeist that eternally protests its innocence sub nomine The Right to Hate.