from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. apocrisaries (-riz). Same as apocrisiary.
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Silverius and to put in his place the Roman deacon Vigilius (q.v.), formerly apocrisary at Constantinople, who had now gone to Italy.
St. Gregory I (d. 1604) had been apocrisary at Constantinople, but he does not seem to have learned
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