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σα^τρα?́π-ης , or σατράππης CRAcad.Inscr.1931.241 (Susa, i A.D.), ου, ,
A.satrap, title of a Persian viceroy or governor of a province, X. Cyr.7.4.2, 8.6.3, SIG182.3 (iv B.C.), Men.897, etc. (in form σαδράπας , IG12(2).645.18 (Nesus, iv B.C.); dat. pl. σαδράπησιν [^^-^] Ἐφ. Ἀρχ. 1907.27 (Aranda)); of the five lords of the Philistines, LXX Jd.16.5, al.; of a Roman Governor, Philostr.VS1.22.3. (In Theopomp.Hist.103J. also ἐξατράπης , and in Carian Inscrr. ἐξαιθραπεύω, ἐξαιτραπεύω (qq. v.); in Arr.Fr.10 J. ξατράπης (cf. ζατράπης (leg. ξα-: βασιλεύς, Hsch.), which is nearer to the OPers. χšaθrapāvan- lit. 'kingdom-protector'.)
2. cant word for a rich man, 'nabob', Alex.116.8 (pl.); “ς. ἐκ πένητοςLuc.Nigr.20.
3. as culttitle of a god, IGRom.3.1059 (Maad, i B.C.), Paus.6.25.6.
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    • Pausanias, Description of Greece, 6.25.6
    • Xenophon, Cyropaedia, 7.4.2
    • Xenophon, Cyropaedia, 8.6.3
    • Philostratus the Athenian, Lives of the Sophists, 1.22.3
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