trierarch, trī′ėr-rk, n. the commander of an ancient Greek trireme—also a person obliged to furnish ships to the state.
At the period of which we treat each vessel had one trierarch.
He had discharged several public services (λειτουργίαι); in particular, he had thrice served as trierarch.
"A Saxon pirate, O Lentulus," said the trierarch to the man in armor at his side.
So did not think the trierarch and the centurion on board the trireme.
The trierarch took the eagle and went and stood by the body of Lentulus.
The officers were the trierarch and next to him the helmsman (κυβερνήτης), who was the navigating officer of the trireme.
Comus, the trierarch, was overeager, or he would have remembered that which he seemed to have forgotten.