If Euclid has only collected the geometry stuffs while books of the other geometer have been burnt, calling the main branch of geometry under name of him might look academically unethical for some people. Even worse, when dividing the geometry into Euclidean and Non-Euclidean.
In contrast, Non-Euclidean geometries are not usually called by the name of their discoverers. Instead, they are called Hyperbolic geometry or Elliptic geometry.
I am looking for similar name for the geometry call Euclidean. "Plane geometry" seems to be correct. However, one might confuse it with 2D geometry.
It seems searching "Euclidean geometry alternative name" brings no related result on google. It raised this question for me that does Euclidean geometry really have any conventional alternative name?