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hierarchy
used in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Pope)

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Definition
a ranking — typically by importance; or something with such a ranking — such as an organization of people
  • "Paradise Lost," i. 738 75 It is ingeniously observed by Grote, vol i p. 463, that "The gods formed a sort of political community of their own which had its hierarchy, its distribution of ranks and duties, its contentions for power and occasional revolutions, its public meetings in the agora of Olympus, and its multitudinous banquets or festivals."
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