From Old French indiction or its source, Latin indictiōnem, accusative singular of indictiō, from indicere, present active infinitive of indicō.
indiction (plural indictions)
- (historical) A fiscal period of fifteen years, instituted by Constantine in 313 CE (but counting from 1st September 312), used throughout the Middle Ages as a way of dating events, documents etc.
- A declaration or official announcement.
- (historical) The decree made by Roman emperors which fixed the property tax for the next fifteen years.
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