Definition of Heptarch. Meaning of Heptarch. Synonyms of Heptarch

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Definition of Heptarch

Heptarch
Heptarch Hep"tarch, n. Same as Heptarchist.
heptarch
Heptarchist Hep"tarch*ist, n. A ruler of one division of a heptarchy. [Written also heptarch.]

Meaning of Heptarch from wikipedia

- The Heptarchy were the seven petty kingdoms of Anglo-Saxon England that flourished from the Anglo-Saxon settlement of Britain in the 5th century until...
- "the best Heptarch the world could hope for at this time", Peace ensures that Patience learns the skills she will need as ****ure Heptarch through the...
- 1. Claudius, 2. Honorius granting rights to the cities of Britain, 3. Saxon Heptarchs, 4. Canute, 5. Edward the Confessor, 6. William the Conqueror....
- Bedford. Daley was elected 'Symposiarch' of the Duskers and the seven 'heptarchs' were Lawson, Stevens, Nelson Illingworth, Frank P. ****ny, George Augustine...
- shortened in monarch (where the first syllable is a single mora) but not in heptarch, Plutarch or oligarch. But there is some controversy about whether modern...
- distinguished chief of Ngati-Kahungunu. Illingworth was one of the seven 'heptarchs' of the Dawn and Dusk Club of which Australian writer Henry Lawson and...