Cartularius in a monastic or ecclesiastical establishment, is the keeper of the papers and archives. This officer, in the Church of Constantinople, was called Chartophylax (q.v.). The cartularius of Rome presided at ecclesiastical judgments in the place of the pope. Gregory the Great sent his cartularius into Africa to hold a synod.

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