Definition of Cleruchy

1. Noun. A form of Athenian colony in the time of Ancient Greece. ¹



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Definition of Cleruchy

1. cleruch [n CLERUCHIES] - See also: cleruch

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cleruchy

clerkly
clerks
clerkship
clerkships
clerodane
clerofascist
clerofascists
cleromancy
cleroteria
cleroterion
cleroterium
clerstories
clerstory
cleruch
cleruchs
cleruchy (current term)
clethra
clethras
cleuch
cleuchs
cleugh
cleughs
cleve
cleveite
cleveites
clever
clever-clever
clever arse
clever clogs

Literary usage of Cleruchy

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1. Studies in Classical Philology by University of Chicago (1902)
"We have five receipts dealing with cleruchy 83. ... Cases like this make it seem at least possible that a cleruchy was not always a single particular ..."

2. Public Organization in Ancient Greece: A Documentary Study by Nicholas F. Jones (1987)
"... presence was again established, in 361, in the form of a cleruchy; ... that it could actually have been put to use in the cleruchy.1 Possibly relating ..."

3. The Constitutional Antiquities of Sparta and Athens by Gustav Gilbert (1895)
"When a cleruchy was to be established,1 the ... of the cleruchy hag full powers to superintend their establishment. ... of the cleruchy see also Boeckh, ..."

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