chartulary definition

  • noun:
    • Variant of cartulary.
    • alternate form of cartulary.
    • See cartulary.
    • An officer in the ancient Latin Church that has the care of charters also reports of a public nature.
    • A record or an account-book of temporal possessions of a monastery.
    • The room which these types of files tend to be held.
    • The officer that has the files in charge. In addition spelled cartulary.
    • Variant of cartulary.
    • Alternative type of cartulary.
    • See cartulary.
    • An officer into the ancient Latin Church that has the proper care of charters along with other papers of a public nature.
    • A record or an account-book associated with temporal possessions of a monastery.
    • the space which these types of records tend to be kept.
    • The officer who'd the files responsible. Also spelled cartulary.

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