Chiefs of asia



“Asiarchs,” the title given to certain wealthy persons annually appointed to preside over the religious festivals and games in the various cities of proconsular Asia (Acts 19:31). Some of these officials appear to have been Paul’s friends.

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    [cheef-tuh n, -tin] /ˈtʃif tən, -tɪn/ noun 1. the chief of a clan or a tribe. 2. a leader of a group, band, etc.: the robbers’ chieftain. 3. (initial capital letter) Military. Britain’s main battle tank since 1969, fitted with a 120mm gun and two machine guns and weighing 55 tons (50 metric tons). /ˈtʃiːftən; […]

  • Chieftaincy

    [cheef-tuh n, -tin] /ˈtʃif tən, -tɪn/ noun 1. the chief of a clan or a tribe. 2. a leader of a group, band, etc.: the robbers’ chieftain. 3. (initial capital letter) Military. Britain’s main battle tank since 1969, fitted with a 120mm gun and two machine guns and weighing 55 tons (50 metric tons). /ˈtʃiːftən; […]



  • Chieftainship

    [cheef-tuh n, -tin] /ˈtʃif tən, -tɪn/ noun 1. the chief of a clan or a tribe. 2. a leader of a group, band, etc.: the robbers’ chieftain. 3. (initial capital letter) Military. Britain’s main battle tank since 1969, fitted with a 120mm gun and two machine guns and weighing 55 tons (50 metric tons). /ˈtʃiːftən; […]

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