notitia (noh-tish-ee-<<schwa>>), n.[Latin “knowledge”] 1.Roman law. Knowledge; information. • This term carried over for a time into English practice. 2.Roman law. A list; register; catalogue. • The Notitia Dignitatum (dig-ni-tay-t<<schwa>>m) was a list of the high offices in the Eastern and Western parts of the empire, complied in the late fourth or early fifth century A.D.3.Hist. Notice. 4.A list of ecclesiastical sees.

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