Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In the early French monarchy, the court chaplain, often the same as the papal, or later the imperial, apocrisiary, and identical with the grand almoner and archchancellor. The title became extinct with the Carolingian, or second race of kings, before a. d. 1000.
“Emperor Louis the Pious appointed him his archchaplain in 819, or, more probably, not until”
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