The modern town of Megara is situated on two low hills which formed part of the ancient site; it is the chief town of the eparchy of Megaris; pop. about 6400.
Zea or Tzia), an island in the Aegean Sea, belonging to the group of the Cyclades and the eparchy of Syra, 14 m.
It forms an eparchy of the nomos of Cephalonia in the kingdom of Greece, and its population, which was 9873 in 1870, is now about 13,000.
The area of his administration was called an eparchy (E7rapXia).
ANTIPAROS (anc. Oliaros), an island of the kingdom of Greece, in the modern eparchy of Naxos, separated by a strait (about 12 m.
The island forms part of the modern nomos of Attica and Boeotia, of which it forms an eparchy.
of Tenos; it forms an eparchy in the modern kingdom of Greece.
The Australian eparchy and the Canado-American Eparchy comprise 44 churches and 2 monasteries.
In Russia this usually lies flat, only certain metropolitans, and by prescription the bishops of the eparchy of Kiev, having the right to have the cross upright (see fig.
" Eparch" and "eparchy" are also used in the Russian Orthodox Church for a bishop and his diocese respectively.
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