ethnarchy [eth-nahr-kee] ExamplesWord Origin noun, plural eth·nar·chies.
- the government, office, or jurisdiction of an ethnarch.
Origin of ethnarchy From the Greek word ethnarchía, dating back to 1605–15. See ethnarch, -y3 Examples from the Web for ethnarchy Historical Examples of ethnarchy
The imperial treasury suffered no diminution whether Juda was called an ethnarchy or a province dependent upon Rome.
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