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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Bearded.
 
Bearded Master (Magister barba’tus). So Persius styled Socrats, under the notion that the beard is the symbol of wisdom. (B.C. 468–399.)   1
   Pogona’tus (Bearded). Constantine IV., Emperor of Rome (648, 668–685).   2
   The Bearded. Geoffrey the Crusader, and Bouchard of the house of Montmorency.   3
   Handsome-beard. Baldwin IV., Earl of Flanders. (1160–1186.)   4
   John the Bearded. Johann Mayo, the German painter, whose beard touched the ground when he stood upright.   5
 


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