Documents by medieval authors are indexed to the Latin form of the author's name, for example Hilarius Pictaviensis, Ambrosius Mediolanensis or Hieronymus Stridonensis.
Documents by modern authors have generally been indexed to a Latinized version of their name. For example, documents by Schoenemann are indexed under 'Schoenemannus, Fredericus G.'
Where an author is generally given a second name (for example, a toponym), the second name is included, for example Salvianus Massiliensis.
Note: 'Sanctus', 'Beatus' and similar titles are omitted.
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