Definition of Phylarchs

1. Noun. (plural of phylarch) ¹



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Definition of Phylarchs

1. phylarch [n] - See also: phylarch

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Phylarchs

phylacagogic
phylacter
phylactered
phylacteries
phylacters
phylactery
phylactocarp
phylactocarps
phylactolaemata
phylactolaematous
phylactolemata
phylae
phylanthropy
phylar
phylarch
phylarchs (current term)
phylarchy
phylax
phylaxis
phylaxises
phyle
phyles
phyleses
phylesis
phylesises
phyletic
phyletic shift
phyletically
phyletics
phylic

Literary usage of Phylarchs

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1. Public Organization in Ancient Greece: A Documentary Study by Nicholas F. Jones (1987)
"3.11), the individual squadrons came under the leadership of ten [later, twelve] phylarchs, elected by show of hands one from each phyle (AP 61.5).13 Still, ..."

2. Ideal Commonwealths: Comprising More's Utopia, Bacon's New Atlantis by Thomas More, Tommaso Campanella, Francis Bacon, James Harrington, Henry Morley (1901)
"The parishes having levied the tax-money accordingly, shall return it to the officers of the hundreds, the hundred to the phylarchs, ..."

3. A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities by William Smith (1891)
"When the phylarchs in the change from oligarchy И democracy lost their important civil ... of the phylarchs from four to ten, according fc Herodotus' (v. ..."

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