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Trierarch, trī′ėr-rk, n. the commander of an ancient Greek trireme—also a person obliged to furnish ships to the state.
The officers were the trierarch and next to him the helmsman (κυβερνήτης), who was the navigating officer of the trireme.Boating|W. B. Woodgate
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.
The trierarch took the eagle and went and stood by the body of Lentulus.