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nomarch

(ˈnɒmɑːk)
n
1. (Historical Terms) the head of an ancient Egyptian nome
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the senior administrator in a Greek nomarchy
[C17: from Greek nomarkhēs]
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Tomb III, the focus here, was used as a tomb for a nomarch and his close relatives, as a place for secondary burials, as a habitat for Christian hermits, as a quarry, and as a base camp for early excavators.
20060657001), the Nomarch Foundation for Excellent Talents in Science, Technology and Education Field of Guizhou (No.
NOMARCH [governor of a nome] A good DA monarch and a charade (no march).
Moving ahead in time, of special importance is GT6, a badly eroded rock-stela left by the nomarch and governor of Upper Egypt, Tjauti (the modern-day site is named after him), a representative of the Herakleopolitan Dynasty IX-X who "made this (road) for crossing this desert, which the ruler of another nome had closed off.
1 at Assiut, and belong to Hepzefi who was the nomarch of Assiut during the early part of the reign of Dynasty XII (1990 B.
20050520), and by the Nomarch Foundation for Excellent Talents in Science, Technology and Education Field of Guizhou (No.