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Definition of Gymnasiarch

Gymnasiarch
Gymnasiarch Gym*na"si*arch, n. [L. gymnasiarchus, Gr. ?; ? + ? to govern: cf. F. gymnasiarque.] (Gr. Antiq.) An Athenian officer who superintended the gymnasia, and provided the oil and other necessaries at his own expense.

Meaning of Gymnasiarch from wikipedia

- Gymnasiarch (Latin: gymnasiarchus, from Gr****: γυμνασίαρχος, gymnasiarchos), which derives from Gr**** γυμνάσιον (gymnasion, gymnasium) + ἄρχειν, archein...
- in Myrtle Street by the Mayor, with Hulley as manager and self-styled Gymnasiarch (an Athenian officer who superintended the gymnasia). Mr. C.P. Melly...
- Little is known of his early life. In his career, Agrippa served as a gymnasiarch and a Pontifex Maximus. In 115, Apamea suffered a serious earthquake...
- if no citizen proved wealthy or willing enough to sponsor them as a Gymnasiarch or Agonothetes. Generally Hadrian preferred that Gr**** notables, including...
- Cameo showing Poseidon as gymnasiarch of the Isthmian Games (Kunsthistorisches Museum)...
- Cilicia Gaius Julius Agrippa quaestor of Asia Gaius Julius Alexander Berenici**** proconsul of Asia Lucius Julius Gainius Fabius Agrippa gymnasiarch...
- Cilicia Gaius Julius Agrippa quaestor of Asia Gaius Julius Alexander Berenici**** proconsul of Asia Lucius Julius Gainius Fabius Agrippa gymnasiarch...
- Cilicia Gaius Julius Agrippa quaestor of Asia Gaius Julius Alexander Berenici**** proconsul of Asia Lucius Julius Gainius Fabius Agrippa gymnasiarch...
- honored by Dionysius, the gymnasiarch on the Gr**** island of Delos. Another dedication survives in Athens, by a gymnasiarch of statues of Chrestus and...
- Gr****: Κρατίλλος του Μαχάτα Kratillos tou Machata) was a 3rd century BC gymnasiarch from the ancient city of Nikaia ond of the main settlements of the Illyrian...