Logothete meaning

(historical) Any of various state officials or functionaries in the Byzantine Empire.
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Origin of logothete

  • From mediaeval Latin logotheta, from Ancient Greek λογοθέτης (logothetēs, “auditor of accounts”), from λόγος (logos, “account”) + stem of τιθέναι (tithenai, “set”) + -της (-tēs) agent suffix.

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