eparchy definition

  • noun:
    • A diocese of an Eastern Orthodox Church.
    • A diocese of an Eastern Orthodox Church.
    • among areas associated with the Roman Empire on 3rd echelon
    • one of the areas associated with Roman Empire in the 3rd echelon
    • among administrative sub-provincial products of post-Ottoman separate Greece
    • among the administrative sub-provincial units of post-Ottoman separate Greece
    • in pre-schism Christian Church, title for a province in supervision of metropolitan
    • in pre-schism Christian Church, name for a province in supervision associated with metropolitan
    • in Eastern Christendom, diocese of a bishop
    • in Eastern Christendom, diocese of a bishop
    • A province, prefecture, or territory, underneath the jurisdiction of an eparch or governor; esp., in modern Greece, among larger subdivisions of a monarchy or province of the kingdom; in Russia, a diocese or archdiocese.
    • A province, prefecture, or area, beneath the jurisdiction of an eparch or governor; esp., in contemporary Greece, among bigger subdivisions of a monarchy or province associated with kingdom; in Russia, a diocese or archdiocese.
    • In ancient Greece, a province, prefecture, or area under the jurisdiction of an eparch or governor; in modern Greece, a subdivision of a nomarchy or province, itself split into demes, corresponding towards arrondissements and communes of France.
    • In ancient Greece, a province, prefecture, or territory underneath the jurisdiction of an eparch or governor; in modern Greece, a subdivision of a nomarchy or province, it self divided into demes, corresponding on arrondissements and communes of France.
    • during the early chapel plus the Gr. Ch., an ecclesiastical unit answering to the municipal province.
    • during the early chapel as well as in the Gr. Ch., an ecclesiastical division answering on civil province.
    • a diocese associated with Eastern Orthodox Church
    • a diocese associated with the Eastern Orthodox Church
    • a province in old Greece
    • a province in ancient Greece
    • A diocese of an Eastern Orthodox Church.
    • the districts of the Roman Empire at 3rd echelon
    • the administrative sub-provincial products of post-Ottoman independent Greece
    • in pre-schism Christian Church, title for a province in supervision of the metropolitan
    • in Eastern Christendom, diocese of a bishop
    • A province, prefecture, or territory, beneath the jurisdiction of an eparch or governor; esp., in modern Greece, among larger subdivisions of a monarchy or province of kingdom; in Russia, a diocese or archdiocese.
    • In old Greece, a province, prefecture, or area beneath the jurisdiction of an eparch or governor; in modern-day Greece, a subdivision of a nomarchy or province, it self divided into demes, corresponding towards the arrondissements and communes of France.
    • A diocese of an Eastern Orthodox Church.
    • In the early church plus in the Gr. Ch., an ecclesiastical division responding to toward municipal province.
    • one of several districts associated with Roman Empire during the 3rd echelon
    • a diocese associated with Eastern Orthodox Church
    • one of the administrative sub-provincial units of post-Ottoman independent Greece
    • a province in ancient Greece
    • in pre-schism Christian Church, title for a province under the direction for the metropolitan
    • in Eastern Christendom, diocese of a bishop
    • A province, prefecture, or territory, underneath the jurisdiction of an eparch or governor; esp., in contemporary Greece, the larger subdivisions of a monarchy or province of the kingdom; in Russia, a diocese or archdiocese.
    • In ancient Greece, a province, prefecture, or territory in jurisdiction of an eparch or governor; in contemporary Greece, a subdivision of a nomarchy or province, it self divided into demes, corresponding toward arrondissements and communes of France.
    • during the early chapel as well as in the Gr. Ch., an ecclesiastical unit responding to towards municipal province.
    • a diocese associated with Eastern Orthodox Church
    • a province in old Greece

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