The university verses are Oxoniensis Academi;ae Funebre Officium in Memoriam Honoratissimam Serenissimam et Beatissimce Elisabeths, nuper Anglice, Franc'ue, & Hibernice Reginam (Oxford: Joseph Barnes, 1603) and Threno-thriambeuticon.
What does Oxon stand for?
Oxon stands for Oxoniensis (of Oxford)
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- Slang/chat, popular culture
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Foster, Alumni Oxoniensis, 1715-1886 (4 vols [in 2]; Repr.
Shapiro, Children of the Revels, 4; citing Anthony a Wood, Athenae Oxoniensis, 1:35; also see Chambers, Medieval Stage, 2:215.
He was the author of a commentary on the Sentences of Peter Lombard and a commentary on the Opus Oxoniensis of Duns Scotus whom he viewed as his master; he also wrote a series of meditations.