Intrinsecus


Intrinsecus
The king's inner marshal. His duty was to watch over and guard the inner parts of wherever the king was in residence, and to ensure that courtesans (those with attachments to a courtier) were not too intrusive or conspicuous. [Lat. intrinsecus = on the inside, within] -

Dictionary of Medieval Terms and Phrases. .


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