Definition of Trierarchies
1. trierarchy [n] - See also: trierarchy
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trierarchies
Literary usage of Trierarchies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Constitutional Antiquities of Sparta and Athens by Gustav Gilbert (1895)
"No one was required to perform more than two trierarchies at the same time.1 Not long after Demosthenes passed his law, ..."
2. Athens, Its Rise and Fall: With Views of the Literature, Philosophy, and by Edward Bulwer Lytton Lytton (1843)
"He who served the trierarchies was exempted from all other contributions. ... The nine Archons were also exempted from the trierarchies. IX. ..."
3. Athens, Its Rise and Fall: With Views of the Literature, Philosophy, and by Edward Bulwer Lytton Lytton (1852)
"He who served the trierarchies was exempted from all other contributions. ... The nine archons were also exempted from the trierarchies. IX. ..."
4. Ancient Greece by Arnold Hermann Ludwig Heeren (1866)
"circumstances, that the trierarchies, or contributions of the rich towards the ... 1 Vi'e do not find it mentioned, that the trierarchies, which were common ..."
5. A Manual of Grecian and Roman Antiquities by Ernst Frederik Bojesen, T. K. Arnold (1874)
"trierarchies were sometimes undertaken voluntarily, or particular stores furnished, or triremes presented to the state by individuals. ..."
6. A Dissertation on the Assemblies of the Athenians by Georg Friedrich Schömann (1838)
"The performance of these trierarchies was ;ilao regularly defined by law; ... For a law on tbe trierarchies which is recorded de Coron. p. ..."