Advocate in Late Antiquity
In Roman procedural law of Late Antiquity a scholasticus (literally: someone 'schooled') is the advocate of a party, a late successor to the causidicus , with a certain amount of knowledge of formal rhetoric and law.
M. Kaser, K. Hackl, Das römische Zivilprozeßrecht, 21996, 563.
 Palace official in Constantinople, from 422
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