(urth) Flaubert's _The Temptation of Saint Anthony_ as influence on_New Sun_?

Sergei SOLOVIEV soloviev at irit.fr
Thu Apr 18 09:57:31 PDT 2013

I think it was already mentioned that autarch means the same as 
autocrator, and
autocrator was an official title of Byzantine emperors


The same title (translated into Russian) was among the titles of Russian 
emperors ("samoderjets").

Sergei Soloviev

David Stockhoff wrote:
> Speaking of borrowed words, does anyone know of an earlier use of the 
> term "autarch" than by James Blish in his Cities in Flight novels? or, 
> for that matter, any other use?
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Blish
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