Then the polemarch ordered the ten-years-service men to charge and drive off their assailants.
It devolves, finally, on the polemarch to see that all goes well.
Callimachus, the polemarch, commanded the right wing—the Plataeans formed the left.
polemarch, pol′e-mark, n. a title of several officials in ancient Greek states.
Each of these moræ of the citizens has one polemarch, four centurions, eight captains of fifty, and sixteen enomotarchs.
Besides the polemarch three other members of the peers share the royal quarters, mess, etc.
After the death of Phoebidas the Lacedaemonians despatched a polemarch with a division by sea to form the garrison of Thespiae.
Thus the chief archon, the official guardian of orphans and The polemarch.