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Chartoularios         
The chartoularios or chartularius (), Anglicized as chartulary, was a late Roman and Byzantine administrative official, entrusted with administrative and fiscal duties, either as a subaltern official of a department or province or at the head of various independent bureaus.
Kanikleios         
OFFICE OF THE BYZANTINE EMPIRE
Chartoularios tou kanikleiou; Epi tou kanikleiou
The (), more formally or () was one of the most senior offices in the Byzantine imperial chancery.. Its holder was the keeper of the imperial inkstand, the kanikleion, which was shaped as a little dog () and contained the scarlet ink with which the Byzantine emperor signed state documents.
Vestiarion         
The vestiarion (, from , "wardrobe"), sometimes with the adjectives basilikon ("imperial") or mega ("great"),. was one of the major fiscal departments of the Byzantine bureaucracy.