10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «NOMARCHY»
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Piraeus Social Welfare Center 695 3. Thessaloniki Nomarchy 430 4. Attiki
Nomarchy 3 5. Art a Nomarchy 1 6. Akhaia Nomarchy 22 7. Dodekanisos
Nomarchy 58 8. Ewoia Nomarchy 42 9. Zakynthos Nomarchy 1 10. Imathia
Nomarchy 2 11.
Counting the People in Hellenistic Egypt: Volume 2, ...
First, some time earlier, before the system of nomarchies was replaced, in the
south of the Herakleides meris the nomarchy of Aristarchos ran westwards to the
capital;37 this nomarchy appears to have been subsumed within the later tax-
Willy Clarysse, Dorothy J. Thompson, Ulrich Luft, 2006
From the time of ]oseph's reign, ”Hoteps (the pillars of society)” received their
selection based on honor, not bloodline. That type of nomarchy system (elected
pillars and one prince) continued through the feast and famine periods. The first ...
The Iron Storm: The Impact on Greek Culture of the Military ...
Greek Nomarchy (the word suggests an ideal rather than a jurisprudential
statehood) can be described as a call to arms against the Ottoman occupiers
from the anonymous follower of the circle of Ferraios. The identity of the author,
A Lawyer's Handbook for Enforcing Foreign Judgments in the ...
Competent Authority: declared on October 17, 1968 to be the Governor and
Commander- in-Chief of the City and Garrison of Gibraltar Greece: Competent
Authority: local nomarchy (department). Specifically, for Athens, administrative ...
Instilling Religion in Greek and Turkish Nationalism: A ...
This is best observed in the “Hellenic Nomarchy,” an anonymous work which
chastised Orthodox religious authorities and promoted a secular Hellenic
republic. See Anonymous, Ελληνική Νομαρχία: Ήτοι Λόγος Περί Ελευθερίας [
Ioannis N. Grigoriadis, 2012
Theatre of the Rule of Law: Transnational Legal Intervention ...
... then – which, following the foregoing, might be better reframed as concerning
the 'sovereignty of nomos' or perhaps, to coin a phrase, nomarchy – breaks down
into two interrelated conundrums in Politics: source and agency. How is the law ...
Dream Nation: Enlightenment, Colonization, and the ...
At the same time, it becomes difficult to dismiss the force that the term nomarchy
bears as an anagram of monarchy, an association brought to mind by the
suggestive proximity of the two antithetical notions in several places in the text:
A Dictionary, Geographical, Statistical, and Historical, of ...
The government of each eparchy is administered by an officer named an cgarch,
subordinate to the nomarclt, whose authority, in t e same manner, extends over a
nomarchy. (See Parr'sls's Diplomatic Hist. of Greece, pp. 38-9.) Justice-The ...
John Ramsay Mac-Culloch, 1841
A compendium of modern geography
the Morea, capital of the nomarchy Ar'gos, a town in the Morea, nom- ! of
Messenia. Pop. 2000. arcliy of Argolis, situated on the j Cas'tri, the ancient Delphi
,* small Gulf of Nauplia. Pop. 9157. town in Hellas, nomarchy of Phthio- Argosto'li,