In the 'notitia' the matters under his control are concisely stated to be 'Laws which are to be dictated, and Petitions.'
Probably, from the order in which they are mentioned by the notitia.
Note this use of the word 'notitia,' as illustrating the title of the celebrated document bearing that name.
These remarks seem to have been drawn from the notitia Imperii, and consequently refer to a late period of the empire.
Bishop Gastrell, in his "notitia," describes the chapel as "ancient" and "consecrated."
My copy likewise is bound together in vellum, with the notitia Ind.
Adrien de Valois lays a sound foundation for historical geography by his critical edition of the notitia Galliarum .
Occam holds that notitia intuitiva presents the concrete thing as it exists.
But on closer examination I cannot find that the notitia altogether bears out this view.
Quite in harmony with this general statement are the more precise indications of the 'notitia.'