Chiliarch

Chiliarch (χιλίαρχος, meaning "commander of a thousand"), in the Greek army of the Hellenistic period, was a commander of a 1,000 men unit, roughly equivalent to a modern battalion. The office was an adaptation by Alexander the Great of the Persian Achaemenid empire`s hazarapatish. A chiliarch held duties both martial and civil. Alexan...
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Chiliarch

• (n.) The commander or chief of a thousand men.
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chiliarch

chiliarch The commander of a thousand men; properly a term of Greek or Roman history.
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Chiliarch


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