SACCELLARIUS

SACCELLARIUS
alias SACELLARIUS, (quod vide) illud a Latino Sacellus, istud a Graeco Σακέλλαι, quod utrisque marsupium significat, vel sacculum. Hincmari, imo et Augustini aevo sic dictus, qui pecuniarum saccello praepositus, in aula Regia, militibus, operariis, ministris: in Ecclesia, pauperibus et sacrae functionis clientibus, stipendia ac munera erogabat. In quibusdam Monasteriis Bersarius postea dictus, et Bursarius, hodie Thesaur arius. Hincmarus tamen Saccellarium, et Bersarium, diversos numerat, in Aula Francica, sed neutrum inferioris facit conditionis, quam praecipuos ipsos Palatii Ministros, Ep. 3. c. 17. Vide Henricum Spelmannum Glossar. Archaeol.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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