SCABINI

SCABINI

scabini (sk[schwa]-bI-nI). [Law Latin] Hist. Judges or the judge’s assessors in the court held by the count; magistrates. ? The term was found in a charter from the wardens of Lynn in Norfolk, during the reign of Henry VIII. But even earlier than that, the title was used in Charlemagne’s empire (the French equivalent being ¨¦devins) and later Germanized as Sch?ffen.
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