Definition of Octarchies

1. octarchy [n] - See also: octarchy



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Octarchies

octantal
octants
octaoxide
octaoxides
octapartite
octapeptide
octapeptides
octapla
octaplas
octaploidy
octapody
octaprenyl pyrophosphate synthetase
octapressin
octapus
octarchies (current term)
octarchy
octaroon
octaroons
octas
octastyle
octasulfur
octateuch
octateuchs
octatonic
octatonic scale
octatonic scales
octatriacontane
octatriacontanoic
octatriacontanoic acid

Literary usage of Octarchies

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1. The Ancient World from the Earliest Times to 800 A.D. by Willis Mason West (1904)
"... and it need not detain us long. I. SPARTAN SUPREMACY, 404-371 BCA DESPOTISM OVER GREECE, AND DECAY AT SPARTA. 202. Rule by " octarchies " and ..."

2. Ancient History to the Death of Charlemagne by Willis Mason West (1902)
"... and octarchies —For thirty years Sparta was to be physical mistress of Greece more completely than ever Athens was; and had she been capable of ..."

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