Seneschal

A seneschal əl was an officer in the houses of important nobles in the Middle Ages. In a medieval noble household a seneschal was in charge of domestic arrangements and the administration of servants. In the French administrative system of the Middle Ages, the sénéchal was also a royal officer in charge of justice and control of the administrat...
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Seneschal

• (n.) An officer in the houses of princes and dignitaries, in the Middle Ages, who had the superintendence of feasts and domestic ceremonies; a steward. Sometimes the seneschal had the dispensing of justice, and was given high military commands.
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Seneschal

Sen'es·chal noun [ Old French seneschal , Late Latin seniscalcus , of Teutonic origin; confer Goth. sineigs old, skalks , Old High German scalch , Anglo-Saxon scealc . Confer Senior , Marshal .] An officer in the houses of princes and dignitar...
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seneschal

in medieval and early modern France, a steward or principal administrator in a royal or noble household. As time went on, the office declined in ... [5 related articles]
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