Comitatus

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Comitatus-the name for an Anglo Saxon kinship group Comitatus (Latin for company, armed group) may refer to:

  • Comes, a Latin word with similar meaning
  • Comitatenses, the Roman late Imperial mobile army
  • Comitatus (classical meaning), a political term used in various meanings, in Europe's classical period and in the Middle Ages
  • County, in the Middle Ages, in the sense of a territory under a count — also used sporadically in present-day legal texts
  • a Hungarian administrative unit:
  • an administrative unit in the First Bulgarian Empire ruled by a komita and further subdivided into several zhupi, each ruled by a zhupan. Also comitat or komitat.