- Moirae (military)
Moirae ( _el. "Μοίρα") was in the
Byzantine Armythe analogue of a Division in the modern armies.
The Commander of a Moira was given the title of
One Moira (=Division) was divided into ten Tagmata (=Battalions).
From Moira the later Greek word "Moirarhia" or "Merarhia" (meaning also Division) is derived.
Byzantine battle tactics
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