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- n. Plural form of enomotarch.
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Agis, their king, directing everything, according to the law, 3 for when a king is in the field all commands proceed from him: he gives the word to the polemarchs, they to the lochagoi, these to the pentecostyes, these again to the enomotarchs, and these last to the enomoties.
Each of these moræ of the citizens has one polemarch, four centurions, eight captains of fifty, and sixteen enomotarchs.
(or colonel), four lochagoi (or captains of companies), eight penteconters (or lieutenants, each in command of half a company), and sixteen enomotarchs (or commanders of sections).
enomotarchs officers in Spartan army, 5.66.3, 5.68.3