Medieval Glossary


A chief minister or official within the government of a state or in a court. Today, chancellors are often high-ranking officials (or the heads) of universities, especially in Europe. A chancellor could also be the head of a chancery.

Related term(s): Chancery; Minister; Magistrate; Justiciar
Category: Government and Law
Added: 09.05.04


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