TABULARII


TABULARII
TABULARII
vide voce Tabellio. Sed et Tbularii sive Chartularii, in LL. Francicis, frequenter dicuntur Libertorum apud veteres Germanos genus, in quos ius habebat Ecclesia: qui et Chartularii, in LL. Ripuar. it. Homines Ecclesiastici, ibid. Vide de iis Cl. Ottonem ICtum ad Res Germanicas B. Rhenani, l. 2. p. 292.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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