EMEDD Citations for "concio"

Ian Lancashire
University of Toronto

for the Shakespeare Association of America
San Francisco 1999

  1. concio (Latin entry by Sir Thomas Elyot 1538)

    Concio, onis, a pulpet or stage, wherein he standeth that exhorteth people. Also an assembly or congregation of people, callyd togyther, to here the commaundement of the kynge, or other in authorytye in the weale publyque. Also it is the oration or proposition made vnto them, called a concion.

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