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A missus dominicus (plural missi dominici), Latin for "envoy[s] of the lord [ruler]" or palace inspector, also known in Dutch as Zendgraaf (German: Sendgraf), ...

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Missus dominicus, ( Latin: “envoy of the lord”) plural missi dominici, officials sent by some Frankish kings and emperors to supervise provincial administration.

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MISSI DOMINICI, the name given to the officials commissioned by the Frankish kings and emperors to supervise the administration of their dominions.

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His greatest institution, perhaps, was that of the Missi Dominici or king's messengers. These king's messengers were officers whom he sent into all parts of his ...

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Jul 13, 2016 ... The missi dominici is Latin for "envoys of the lord." The missi dominici were officials under a Frankish king who represented the king and ...

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Apr 10, 2014 ... Charles the Great (better known as Charlemagne) became King of the Franks in 768 CE and added the Lombard kingdom to his own in 774 CE ...

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The latest Tweets from Missi Dominici (@Thor_le_Brun). Il y a une chose plus terrible que la calomnie C'est LA VERITE. NICE France/ MIAMI (Florida)

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The latest Tweets from Missi Dominici (@MissiDominici30). Hey there! Originally from the USA, but currently living in Japan. Aspiring Twitch Streamer. Please ...

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To enforce loyalty, he set up the system of Missi Dominici, meaning 'Envoys of the Lord.' In this system, one representative of the church and one representative ...

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Aug 6, 2005 ... Medieval Glossary. Missi Dominici. Envoys used by Charlemagne to help enforce his rule throughout his wide realm. They usually traveled in ...