Definition of Satrapies

1. Noun. (plural of satrapy) ¹



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Definition of Satrapies

1. satrapy [n] - See also: satrapy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Satrapies

satori
satoris
satoyama
satpaevite
satphone
satphones
satrap
satrapal
satrapate
satrapess
satrapesses
satrapial
satrapian
satrapic
satrapical
satrapies (current term)
satraplatin
satraps
satrapy
sats
satsivi
satsuma
satsuma tree
satsumas
satsumaware
satterlyite
sattest
satumomab
saturabilities
saturability

Literary usage of Satrapies

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1. A History of Ancient Geography Among the Greeks and Romans from the Earliest by Edward Herbert Bunbury (1883)
"Persian Empire: satrapies. § 1. Of the countries that formed part of the Persian Empire in his time, Herodotus had undoubtedly a general knowledge. ..."

2. The Geography of Herodotus ...: Illustrated from Modern Researches and by James Talboys Wheeler (1854)
"Division into twenty satrapies by Darius Hys- ... Value of a comparison of the catalogue with the list of satrapies.—Catalogue to be further digested in a ..."

3. A History of Ancient Geography Among the Greeks and Romans from the Earliest by Edward Herbert Bunbury (1883)
"Persian Empire: satrapies. § 1. Of the countries that formed part of the Persian Empire in his time, Herodotus had undoubtedly a general knowledge. ..."

4. History of Greece by George Grote (1857)
"The eastern satrapies were left in the hands of the actual holders. In Europe, the distributors gave Thrace with the Chersonese to Lysimachus; the countries ..."

5. History of Greece by George Grote (1856)
"The eastern satrapies were left in the hands of the actual holders. In Europe, the distributors gave Thrace with the Chersonese to Lysimachus; ..."

6. The Ancient Empires of the East: Herodotos I-III by Herodotus, Archibald Henry Sayce (1883)
"The Assyrian conquest and division of Egypt into 20 satrapies, Bc 672-6.10. Taharka and his successor Rud-Amun (Assyrian ..."

7. Historical Researches Into the Politics, Intercourse, and Trade of the by Arnold Hermann Ludwig Heeren (1833)
"CHAPTER I. A Geographical and Statistical Survey of the Persian Empire, according to satrapies. THE Persian empire owed its origin to one of those great ..."

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