Definition of Placitum. Meaning of Placitum. Synonyms of Placitum

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Definition of Placitum

Placitum
Placitum Plac"i*tum, n.; pl. Placita. [LL. See Placit.] 1. A public court or assembly in the Middle Ages, over which the sovereign president when a consultation was held upon affairs of state. --Brande & C. 2. (Old Eng. Law) A court, or cause in court. 3. (Law) A plea; a pleading; a judicial proceeding; a suit. --Burrill.

Meaning of Placitum from wikipedia

- In the early Middle Ages, a placitum (Latin for "plea") was a public judicial ****embly. Placita origins can be traced to military gatherings in the Frankish...
- Anthidium placitum is a species of bee in the family Megachilidae, the leaf-cutter, carder, or mason bees. North America Synonyms for this species include:...
- with their own chancery and minting facilities. The annual meeting, the Placitum Generalis or Marchfield, was held every year (between March and May) at...
- The Placitum of Riziano (Italian: Placito del Risano; Slovene: Rižanski zbor) was a dispute that took place c. 804 around the river Riziano, probably at...
- Sečovlje Saltworks on the Northern Adriatic Sea were probably started in Antiquity and were first mentioned in 804 in the do****ent on Placitum of Riziano....
- castrum of Ho(o)hseoburg forced the Saxon duke Theoderic to surrender at a placitum held at that same place. The brothers invaded Saxony again the next year...
- English writers continued to use this term as well. It corresponded to the placitum generale of the Frankish kingdoms, and this name was also applied to the...
- Metz, the royal court was still important in Clovis's reign. During a placitum in Valenciennes in 693, Clovis was attended by twelve bishops, twelve viri...
- And without your consent never, within the city of Rome, will I hold a placitum (plea) or make any regulation which affects you or the Romans. Whatever...
- mentioned in seven of the sixteen placitum held by Beatrice. Supported by judges, Matilda had already held placitum placita alone. On 7 June 1072 Matilda...