- A messenger; an ambassador.
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apocrisarius — /aepakriseriyas/ In civil law, a messenger; an ambassador. In ecclesiastical law, one who answers for another. An officer whose duty was to carry to the emperor messages relating to ecclesiastical matters, and to take back his answer to the… … Black's law dictionary
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