Trierarch

Trierarch (τριήραρχος, triērarchos) was the title of officers who commanded a trireme (triēres) in the classical Greek world. In Athens and a few other states this officer was also required to pay for the outfitting and maintenance of the ship. Trierarchs thus had to be men of considerable means, since the expenses incurred could run a...
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Trierarch

• (n.) The commander of a trireme. • (n.) At Athens, one who (singly, or jointly with other citizens) had to fit out a trireme for the public service.
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