Archidiaconate



noun
the office, term of office, or area of jurisdiction of an archdeacon
Historical Examples

A good brass (now affixed to the wall) commemorates Alcock’s (p. 284) predecessor in the archidiaconate, Richard Bole .
Highways and Byways in Cambridge and Ely Rev. Edward Conybeare.

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