any ruler of a fourth part, division, etc.
one of four joint rulers or chiefs.
the ruler of the fourth part of a country or province in the ancient Roman Empire.
The term "tetrarchy" (from the Greek τετραρχία "leadership of four [people]")
describes any form of government where power is divided ...
Aug 16, 2015 ... Tetrarchy: system of imperial succession, developed by the Roman emperor
Diocletian. The tetrarchs (San Marco, Venice). One of the great ...
"Thus it was that Constantine's fair city, the common delight and boast of all
nations, was laid waste by fire and blackened by soot, taken and emptied of all ...
in Roman history refers to the division of the Roman Empire into a western and eastern empire, with subordinate divisions within the western and eastern empires.
comes from the Greek words for four (tetra-) and rule (arch-) or what could be call... More »
Emperor Diocletian institutionalized the Tetrarchy, a co-rule that reestablished
stability in the empire for the period of Diocletian's reign.
Define tetrarchy: government by four persons ruling jointly—usage, synonyms,
Jun 9, 2010 ... The term Tetrarchy describes any system of government where power is divided
among four individuals, but usually refers to the tetrarchy ...
Evolution of the Tetrarchy. This page is an attempt to simplify and summarize a
complicated period in Roman history. For a thorough and exhaustive discussion
The Tetrarchy To deal with the instability the Roman Empire had experienced
during the Third Century, Diocletian wisely decided that the empire was too large