eschatocol

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From Byzantine Greek ἔσχατοκολλον (last sheet glued onto a manuscript), from ἔσχατον (éskhaton) + κόλλα (kólla, glue).

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eschatocol (plural eschatocols)

  1. (diplomacy) the final section of a document, often involving a formulaic close (e.g. Yours faithfully), the date and location of writing, and information on the document's originators e.g. author, counter-signer, witnesses present, etc.

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