Definition of Trierarchs

1. Noun. (plural of trierarch) ¹



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Definition of Trierarchs

1. trierarch [n] - See also: trierarch

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trierarchs

trienes
triennia
triennial
triennially
triennials
triennium
trienniums
triens
trientes
trientine
trientine hydrochloride
trier
trier of fact
trierarch
trierarchies
trierarchs (current term)
trierarchy
triers
tries
tries on
tries out
triester
triesters
trieterical
trieth
triethanolamine
triethyl
triethylaluminium
triethylamine
triethylamines

Literary usage of Trierarchs

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1. A Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities by William Smith (1891)
"... ip 352 note 4) as connected with the strategi in th choice of trierarchs. Necessarily also in close connexion with the ..."

2. Demosthenes by Demosthenes (1859)
"If 100 triremes only were wanted, then each subdivision would be answerable for only 1 ship, which would have 60 talents and 12 trierarchs to equip and ..."

3. Demosthenes, with an Engl. comm. by R. Whiston by Demosthenes (1859)
"If 100 triremes only were wanted, then each subdivision would be answerable for only 1 ship, which would have 60 talents and 12 trierarchs to equip and ..."

4. Orations of Demosthenes: Pronounced to Excite the Athenians Against Philip by Demosthenes, Thomas Leland (1900)
"Thus may our supplies, our ships, our trierarchs, our stores, be best provided and supplied. And now I am to lay before you a plain and easy method of ..."

5. A Concise Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities: Based on Sir William by Francis Warre Cornish (1898)
"The second stage was from the Sicilian expedition to 858 Bc ; two trierarchs to a ship were now the rule : a fact to be attributed to a diminution in the ..."

6. The Public Economy of Athens: To which is Added, A Dissertation on the by August Boeckh, George Cornewall Lewis (1842)
"trierarchs of this description*83 were only the representatives of the state in the character of commanders and officers; and how large the sums were which ..."

7. The World's Great Classics by Timothy Dwight, Julian Hawthorne (1900)
"So that, if we should have occasion for a hundred ships,10 sixty talents may be granted to each, and twelve trierarchs; if for two hundred, ..."

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