EPISCOPUS

EPISCOPUS

episcopus (i-pis-k[schwa]-p[schwa]s), n. [Latin fr. Greek]

1. Roman law. An overseer; an inspector, such as the municipal officer responsible for oversight of the bread and other provisions that served as the citizens’ daily food.

2. A bishop.


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