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Correct spelling: Heptarchy

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Common misspellings:

heprarchy, hgeptarchy, h3ptarchy, hdptarchy, hrptarchy, hbeptarchy, heptwrchy, heptarch6, heptarcby, hwptarchy, heptarcyy, heptsrchy, heotarchy, yeptarchy, heptatchy, hepgarchy, heltarchy, geptarchy, h4ptarchy, heptqrchy, he0tarchy, beptarchy, heptadchy, jeptarchy, hepta4chy, heptarcgy, heptarcjy, heptaechy, neptarchy, hepfarchy, heptarxhy, nheptarchy, hepyarchy, heptarch7, heptarvhy, ueptarchy, hsptarchy, bheptarchy, heptafchy, gheptarchy, he-tarchy, heptardhy, hep5archy, heptarfhy, heptarcht, heptarcuy, heptzrchy, heptarcny, hep6archy, hepta5chy.

Examples of usage:

  1. The British settlers on the prairies of Oregon or Manitoba immediately order themselves into communities, which are modelled on a social system as old as the Heptarchy.  Roman Society from Nero to Marcus Aurelius by Samuel Dill
  2. Lord Arthur Sibthorpe, son of the Duke of Tavistock, with a pedigree from the Heptarchy.  Round the Red Lamp Being Facts and Fancies of Medical Life by Arthur Conan Doyle
  3. Since the establishment and conversion of the northern races, a constant change of rulers, an ever- recurring moving of territorial limit, and consequently an endless disturbance in all that secures the stability of rights, was common everywhere: in England, under the heptarchy; in France, under the Carlovingians; in the various states of Germany; everywhere, except, perhaps, in a part of Italy, where small republics were springing up from municipal communes, which were better adapted to the wants of the people.  Irish Race in the Past and the Present by Aug. J. Thebaud
  4. In the time of the Saxon heptarchy, both Devon and Somerset were distinguished as the apple country; and there are still existing in Herefordshire some trees said to have been planted in the time of William the Conqueror.  The Book of Household Management by Mrs. Isabella Beeton
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