facultatis ordini

17:44 Dec 12, 2016
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Latin term or phrase: facultatis ordini
I have a diploma from the University of Navarra in Spain, of the Opus Dei, It says: D. John xxxxx a D. 15.iii.2002 FACULTATIS ORDINI summa cum laude satisfecit. -- My translation: Mr. John xxxx has on 15.iii.2002 satified “summa cum laude” the Order of the Faculty. is it so? or it means "what has been established by the Faculty"? I see ORDINI is in dative and FACULTATIS in genitive. Any ideas? thank you.
Jose Caceres
Local time: 16:22

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3 +1satisfied the Order (of examining professors) of the Faculty
Veronika McLaren

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satisfied the Order (of examining professors) of the Faculty

the Order of the Opus Dei

Veronika McLaren
Local time: 17:22
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agree  Joseph Brazauskas
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