advocati ecclesiae


advocati ecclesiae
/aedvakeytay akliyziyiy/ Advocates of the church. A term used in the ecclesiastical law to denote the patrons of churches who presented to the living on an avoidance. This term was also applied to those who were retained to argue the cases of the church. These were of two sorts: those retained as pleaders to argue the cases of the church and attend to its law-matters; and advocates, or patrons of the advowson

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  • Advocati ecclesĭae — (Defensores, Actores ecclesiae, lat.), s. Kirchenvogt …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Advocati ecclesiae — (Defensores eccl., Actores eccl., Svndici), 1) die Amtsvertreter u. Anwalte der Kirchen u. geistlichen Stiftungen. Sie entstanden seit dem 5. Jahrh., als die Kirchen gesetzlich als Gemeinheiten anerkannt wurden u. Sachwalter zur Vertretung ihrer… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • ADVOCATI Urbium ac Regionum — quoque occurrunt passim apud Scriptores. Sie Berchtoldus Dux Zeringensis, Die et Impcriali gratiâ Thuregici locilegitumus Advocatus seu Kastvogt (quasi Castri tutor) inscribitur in Charta A. C. 1187. et A. C. 1210. Henricus Comes Lovaniensis… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • ADVOCATUS Ecclesiae Spelmanno duplex — alius causarum Ecclesiae, alius soli: Hic haecditartus, ille dativus. Causarum Advocati a Principe dabantur, ad respondendum in colloquiis iudicialibus, Can. 99. Synod. Carthag, Post Consulatum Stiliconis inducta est Advocatiorum defensio, pro… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Advocatus Ecclesiae —     Advocatus Ecclesiæ     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Advocatus Ecclesiæ     A name applied, in the Middle Ages, to certain lay persons, generally of noble birth, whose duty it was, under given conditions, to represent a particular church or… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Advocatus Ecclesiae — (or Advocatus Ecclesiæ), literally advocate of the church , is the Latin title, in the Middle Ages, of certain lay persons, generally of noble birth, whose duty it was, under given conditions, to represent a particular church or monastery, and to …   Wikipedia

  • ACTORES Ecclesiae — dicti proprie, qui res, bona, possessiones et facultates Ecclesiarum administrabant, veluti earundem Oeconomi vel Villici: seu, ut Pithoeus in Comitibus Campaniae censet, Advocati et Defensores Ecclesiarum. Quâ ratione occurit vox apud… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Авогадро (фамилия) — Авогадро (Avogadro или Avogader)  благородное семейство в северной Италии. Фамилия скорее всего происходит от слова avogadro или avogaro, которое в средневековом венецианском диалекте обозначало не только адвоката, но вообще любого чиновника …   Википедия

  • ADVOCARE — in LL. Inae Regis, apud Bromptonum c. 52. 59. in LL. Ethelredi part. 2. c. 9. part. 3. c. 10. et in LL. Eduardi Regis Saxonicis c. 2. est rem factam agnoscere, seu in se suscipere, Gall. advover: furtô inprimis venditam. Erat enim olim in mote… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • SIGNIFER — I. SIGNIFER Vide infra Zodiacus. II. SIGNIFER a signo, i. e. vexillo ferendo, apud mediae aetatis Scriptores, saepe occurrit. Et quidem Regum Principumque Signiferi Senescalli erat, uti diximus supra in hac voce. Ecclesiarum vero, cum in propriis …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale


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