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The head of the semi-autonomous Jewish community in Sassanian Persia and Islamic Iraq between the 2nd and 11th centuries, claiming authority over Jewish communities worldwide.
Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Universalist Quarterly. From exile + -arch, after Aramaic rēš gālūṯā, lit. ‘head of the exiles’.
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