Ion   - in ancient sources @

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  Ion   of Chios - Greek poet, 5th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Athen_6.258 uote from the Omphale of Ion the tragedian, and to say -
Athen_6.267 ilon;ς. But Ion of Chios, in his Laertes, uses the
Athen_11.463 ced Aphrodite. And Ion of Chios says- & Hail, our great
Athen_11.495 infusing the wine, as Ion the Chian, in his Sons of Eur
Athen_11.496 his Synonymes. But Ion the Chian, in his Elegies, says-
Athen_13.603 And accordingly, Ion the poet, in his book on the Arriva

  Ion 2   - son of Creusa; the mythical ancestor of the Ionians
Wikipedia entry
Syll_579 (end of 3rd cent.)   ted since the time of Ion, [and the good intentions

  Ion   - in documents
AntipThes_9.82 fast on land. For Ion fell overboard in the harbour, and
OGIS_345 (95/4)   ros, Hierokles, Heliodoros, Ion to . . . son of ...

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