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  1. a register or list, esp of ecclesiastical districts
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Word Origin for notitia

C18: Latin, literally: knowledge, from notus known
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Historical Examples of notitia

  • Probably, from the order in which they are mentioned by the Notitia.

    The Letters of Cassiodorus

    Cassiodorus (AKA Magnus Aurelius Cassiodorus Senator)

  • Bishop Gastrell, in his "Notitia," describes the chapel as "ancient" and "consecrated."

  • These remarks seem to have been drawn from the Notitia Imperii, and consequently refer to a late period of the empire.

  • My copy likewise is bound together in vellum, with the Notitia Ind.

  • Occam holds that notitia intuitiva presents the concrete thing as it exists.