Note 007
From Chapter 20 of the Decline & Fall

The quaestor, or secretary, who composed the law of the Theodosian Code, makes his master say with indifference, "hominibus supra dictae religionis" (1. xvi. tit. ii. leg. 1). The minister of ecclesiastical affairs was allowed a more devout and respectful style, Ancient Greek
the legal, most holy, and catholic worship. See Euseb. Hist. Eccles l. x. c. 6.

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