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Etymology

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ephor +‎ -ate

Noun

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ephorate (plural ephorates)

  1. The office of an ephor; ephors collectively
    • 2015 July 2, Georgios Styliaras, “Towards a web-based archaeological excavation platform for smartphones: review and potentials”, in SpringerPlus[1], volume 4, →DOI:
      In this case, which took place in 2005, a content management system has been implemented, which curators of the ephorate enriched wirelessly via an application implemented for a Pocket PC device.