In the Roman empire, a tétrarque (of the Greek will tetra four, and archon chief) was with the clean direction the leader of one of the four parts of a kingdom (in the case of the Palestine) or of the Empire. This term will be employed later without there being really a rigorous division of a territory in four parts.
Lists of the tétrarques ones
- Tétrarchie of the succession of Hérode Ier Large the (I er and 1st century):
Lysanias II, named " wrongly; tétrarque" of Abilène
- Tétrarchie Dioclétien (3rd and 4th centuries)
The article Tétrarchie details the history of Tétrarchie in the Roman Empire.
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