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teĀ·trarch
[te-trahrk, tee-]
NOUN
1.
any ruler of a fourth part, division, etc.
2.
a subordinate ruler.
3.
one of four joint rulers or chiefs.
4.
the ruler of the fourth part of a country or province in the ancient Roman Empire.
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Tetrarchy - Wikipedia

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The term tetrarchy describes any form of government where power is divided among four individuals, but in modern usage usually refers to the system instituted ...

Tetrarchy - Livius

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Aug 16, 2015 ... Tetrarchy: system of imperial succession, developed by the Roman emperor Diocletian. The tetrarchs (San Marco, Venice). One of the great ...

Diocletian and the Tetrarchy - Boundless

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Learn more about diocletian and the tetrarchy in the Boundless open textbook. Facing the pressures of civil war, plague, invasion, and economic depression, ...

Tetrarchy - About the Roman Rule by Four - Ancient / Classical History

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Tetrarchy is the word we use to describe the division into four of the Roman Empire under the reign of Emperor Diocletian -- a man who knew how to delegate.

Imperial Sculpture under the Tetrarchy - Boundless

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Learn more about imperial sculpture under the tetrarchy in the Boundless open textbook. Emperor Diocletian institutionalized the Tetrarchy, a co-rule that ...

Tetrarchy

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Diocletian acceded to the throne in AD 284 and, the next year, appointed Maximian to defend the western empire and restore order. This he did and was ...

The Portrait of the Four Tetrarchs | Rome Across Europe

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Feb 17, 2015 ... the four tetrarchs This is a variety of igneous rock sculpted of four Roman Emperors dating from around 300 AD. Since the Middle Ages, it has ...

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Jun 9, 2010 ... The term Tetrarchy describes any system of government where power is divided among four individuals, but usually refers to the tetrarchy ...