Dicastery

Di·cas'ter·y noun [ Greek ..., from ... juryman. See Dicast .] A court of justice; judgment hall. [ R.] J. S. Mill.
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Dicastery

• (n.) A court of justice; judgment hall.
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dicastery

a judicial body in ancient Athens. Dicasteries were divisions of the Heliaea from the time of the democratic reforms of Cleisthenes (c. 508–507 ), ... [2 related articles]
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Dicastery

Dicastery (from Greek δικαστήριον, law-court, from δικαστής, judge/juror) is an Italicism sometimes used in English to refer to the Departments of the Roman Curia. Apart from the Secretariat of State (or Papal Secretariat), these Dicasteries or Departments are grouped in the following categories: Other bodies are not considered ...
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Dicastery

denotes the departments of the Roman Curia. c/f Curia above
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Dicastery

A generic term that is used to refer to the congregations, tribunals, secretariates, etc. of the Roman Curia.
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