DECIMAE VICARIAE

DECIMAE VICARIAE

decimae vicariae (des-i-mee vI-kair-ee-ee). [Law Latin] Hist. Eccles. law. Vicarage tithes. ? Vicars received tithes from various sources (such as from wool or eggs) according to need or custom. The right to levy them could not be lost by prescription.
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