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A meridarch or meridarches (Greek: μεριδάρχης, from meris, "division", and -arches, "ruler") was the civil governor of a province in the Hellenistic world (4th-1st centuries BCE), and could be translated as "Divisional Commissioner". Only three mentions of meridarchs are known from ancient sources, one from Palestine, the two others from the Indo-Greek kingdom in India, one on a vase from Swat, the other on a copper plate from Taxila.

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  • Un meridarca o meridarchēs (griego: μεριδάρχης, de μερις «división» y ἀρχής «mando») era el gobernador civil de una provincia en el mundo helenístico (siglos IV-I a. C.), y podría ser traducido como "comisionado divisional". Conocemos la existencia de este cargo gracias a dos únicas fuentes, una de Palestina y otra del Reino indogriego. (es)
  • A meridarch or meridarches (Greek: μεριδάρχης, from meris, "division", and -arches, "ruler") was the civil governor of a province in the Hellenistic world (4th-1st centuries BCE), and could be translated as "Divisional Commissioner". Only three mentions of meridarchs are known from ancient sources, one from Palestine, the two others from the Indo-Greek kingdom in India, one on a vase from Swat, the other on a copper plate from Taxila. (en)
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  • Un meridarca o meridarchēs (griego: μεριδάρχης, de μερις «división» y ἀρχής «mando») era el gobernador civil de una provincia en el mundo helenístico (siglos IV-I a. C.), y podría ser traducido como "comisionado divisional". Conocemos la existencia de este cargo gracias a dos únicas fuentes, una de Palestina y otra del Reino indogriego. (es)
  • A meridarch or meridarches (Greek: μεριδάρχης, from meris, "division", and -arches, "ruler") was the civil governor of a province in the Hellenistic world (4th-1st centuries BCE), and could be translated as "Divisional Commissioner". Only three mentions of meridarchs are known from ancient sources, one from Palestine, the two others from the Indo-Greek kingdom in India, one on a vase from Swat, the other on a copper plate from Taxila. (en)
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  • Meridarca (es)
  • Meridarch (en)
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