hipparch


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hipparch

(ˈhɪpɑːk)
n
(Historical Terms) (in ancient Greece) a cavalry commander
[C17: from Greek hippos horse + -arch]
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His relations with the Roman authorities as hipparch of the Achaean League, in 170/69 BC, during the Third Macedonian War, were true to these principles.
125) provides an excellent discussion of the sources ([Pl.] Hipparch. 228b-229d) and what they mean.