In the history of Christianity, "Pentarchy" (from the Greek Πενταρχία, Pentarchia from πέντε pente, "five", and ἄρχω archo, "to rule") refers to ...
In 1846 Russia was the first power of Europe, and at a great distance ahead of all other members of the pentarchy.
The Pentarchy consisted of the five ancient patriarchates of the undivided Church of the first millennium of her history, including the Churches of Rome ...
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Pentarchy, in early Byzantine Christianity, the proposed government of universal Christendom by five patriarchal sees under the auspices of a single universal empire.
pl.-·chies. a federation of five states, each under an individual leader or ruler; government by five rulers; Origin of pentarchy. Classical Greek pentarchia: see ...
Eastern Orthodox responses to Ut unum sint have not been well registered primarily because each pentarchy operates autonomously.
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