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  • n. Plural form of toparch.


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  • London, &c. The other princes reprehended by Gildas were lesser toparchs, as Aurelius Canon, Vortipor, Cuneglas, and Constantine.

    The Lives of the Fathers, Martyrs, and Principal Saints January, February, March

  • The Irish princes felt that it was needful to submit to such power, nor was it with much reluctance on the part of the toparchs, who had some pride in being under the sway of the mighty Henry

    Cameos from English History, from Rollo to Edward II

  • Pope's grant, and soon received the submission of all the toparchs of

    Cameos from English History, from Rollo to Edward II

  • Now the weight of gold that was brought him was six hundred and sixty-six talents, not including in that sum what was brought by the merchants, nor what the toparchs and kings of Arabia gave him in presents.

    Antiquities of the Jews

  • So the king was pleased with what he had said, and arose and kissed him; and wrote to the toparchs and governors, and enjoined them to conduct Zorobabel and those that were going with him to build the temple.

    Antiquities of the Jews

  • Now, in the first year of the king's reign, Darius feasted those that were about him, and those born in his house, with the rulers of the Medes, and princes of the Persians, and the toparchs of India and

    Antiquities of the Jews

  • When he had proposed that they should make their inquiries about these problems, he went to rest; but in the morning he sent for his great men, his princes, and toparchs of Persia and Media, and set himself down in the place where he used to give audience, and bid each of the guards of his body to declare what they thought proper concerning the proposed questions, in the hearing of them all.

    Antiquities of the Jews


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