Archon

Archon (Greek ἄρχων arkhon; pl. ἄρχοντες) is a Greek word that means `ruler` or `lord,` frequently used as the title of a specific public office. It is the masculine present participle of the verb stem ἀρχ-, meaning `to rule,` derived from the same root as monarch. == Ancient Greece == In ancient Greece the chief magistrat...
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Archon

• (n.) One of the chief magistrates in ancient Athens, especially, by preeminence, the first of the nine chief magistrates.
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Archon

[butterfly] Archon apollinaris == Taxonomy == The genus consists of the following species: == Food plant == Species from this genus feed on Aristolochia species. ...
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Archon

[convention] Archon is a multigenre convention that has been held annually in Collinsville, Illinois and is hosted by St. Louis Science Fiction, Ltd. It is the largest convention of its type in the St. Louis, Missouri area, bringing a few thousand fans of science fiction, fantasy and horror each year. ==Past highlights== The first Archon in...
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Archon

[Dungeons & Dragons] In the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game, archons are a type of creature. In 1st and 2nd edition, they are powerful lawful good creatures from the upper planes, and in 3rd edition they are celestials. These creatures are sent by higher powers striving for good to aid in battle against the forces of evil. In 4th editi...
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Archon

[software] Archon is an open source platform created by the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign which is designed to allow archival repositories to more easily create and publish finding aids to their collections. It was created in response to a lack of easy methods for archivists to publish finding aids online. While the archival ...
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Archon

Ar'chon noun [ Latin archon , Greek ..., ..., ruler, chief magistrate, present participle of ... to be first, to rule.] (Antiq.) One of the chief magistrates in ancient Athens, especially, by preëminence, the first of the nine chief magistrates. -- Ar*chon'tic ...
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Archon

A vampire in the retinue of a Justicar.Archons are generally nomadic in nature,frequently pursuing Kindred who have fled to avoid persecution at the hands of the Camarilla.
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Archon

In ancient Athens, an archon was one of the nine chief magistrates.
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archon

in ancient Greece, the chief magistrate or magistrates in many city-states. The office became prominent in the Archaic period, when the kings ... [4 related articles]
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archon

In ancient Greece, title of the chief magistrate in several city-states. In Athens there were originally three archons: the archon basilieus, or king archon, the eponymous archon, and the...
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archon

In ancient Greece, title of the chief magistrate in several city-states. In Athens there were originally three archons: the archon basilieus, or king archon, the eponymous archon, and the polemarch. Their numbers were increased to nine in 683 BC: the extra six thesmothetae keeping a record of judgements. The king archon was the elected ...
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Archon

in Gnosticism, any of a number of world-governing powers that were created with the material world by a subordinate deity called the Demiurge ...
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Archon

The Amarr carrier.
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