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  1. History of philosophy (13862 bytes)
    10: ... begin in the Greek cities of western Asia Minor (Ionia) with [[Thales]] of Miletus, who was active aroun...
  2. Ionic order (6526 bytes)
    4: ...[[Asia Minor]] settled by Ionian Greeks, where an Ionian dialect was spoken. The Ionic order was being pr...
  3. Cartography (10500 bytes)
    13: [[Pythagoras]] of Ionia, who was the founder of a mathematical cult that ...
  4. Ancient Greece (23806 bytes)
    2: ...e [[Aegean]] coast of [[Turkey]] (then known as [[Ionia]]), [[Sicily]] and southern [[Italy]] (known as [...
    44: ...ry. In [[499 BC|499 BC]] the Greeks rose in the [[Ionian Revolt]], and Athens and some other Greek cities...
    46: ...ius I of Persia|Darius I]], having suppressed the Ionian cities, sent a fleet to punish the Greeks. The P...
    79: ...sia by which they surrendered the Greek cities of Ionia and Cyprus, thus reversing a hundred years of Gre...
    99: ...Granicus|Granicus]]. This gave him control of the Ionian coast, and he made a triumphal procession throug...
  5. Anatolia (2665 bytes)
    19: *[[Ionia]]
  6. Alexander the Great (42049 bytes)
    23: ...sury of [[Sardis]] and proceeded down the [[Ionia|Ionian]] coast. At [[Halicarnassus]], Alexander succes...
  7. Lydia (2194 bytes)
    4: ... by [[Mysia Major]], [[Caria]], [[Phrygia]] and [[Ionia]]. Later on, the military power of [[Alyattes]] a...
  8. Alyattes II (1682 bytes)
    5: ...ia]], subdued the [[Carians]], and took several [[Ionia]]n cities ([[Izmir|Smyrna]], [[Colophon]]). ([[I...
  9. Anaxagoras (6622 bytes)
    13: ...sophy and the spirit of scientific inquiry from [[Ionia]] to [[Athens]].
  10. Anaximander (3421 bytes)
    1: ... was the second of the physical philosophers of [[Ionia]], a citizen of [[Miletus]], and a companion or p...
  11. Ephesus (4587 bytes)
    1: ...hesus''' was one one of the great cities of the [[Ionia]]n Greeks in [[Asia Minor]], located in [[Lydia]]...
  12. Hadrian (6480 bytes)
    28: ...nomous former city states across all Greece and [[Ionia]] (in [[Asia Minor]]). This parliament, known as ...
  13. Peloponnesian War (15884 bytes)
    29: ...Athenians, and their ally in Sicily, were [[Ionia|Ionian]]. The Athenians felt obliged to assist their al...
    45: ... of Athens' tributary allies, and indeed, much of Ionia rose in revolt against Athens. The Syracusans sen...
    47: ...es were also slow to furnish troops or ships. The Ionian states that rebelled expected protection, and fr...
  14. Greco-Persian Wars (5983 bytes)
    3: ...rnors) of Asia Minor installed tyrants in most of Ionian cities and forced Greeks to pay taxes for the "K...
    5: ...the [[Battle of Lade]] in [[494 BC|494]], and the Ionian cities sacked, although they were permitted to h...
  15. Alchemy (42222 bytes)
    63: ...ything from which a [[ratio]] could be derived. [[Ionia]]n thought was based on the belief that the unive...
  16. Troy (22846 bytes)
    14: ... 505 years until the time of [[Candaules]]. The [[Ionia]]ns, [[Cimmeria]]ns, [[Phrygia]]ns, [[Milesian]]s...
    114: ...ainland but not extending to the [[Ionian Islands|Ionian]] islands or [[Anatolia]], which suggests that t...
  17. Architecture of Ancient Greece (9161 bytes)
    31: ...taly]]. The Ionic style was used in the cities of Ionia (now the west coast of [[Turkey]]) and some of th...
  18. Miletus (2255 bytes)
    4: '''Miletus''' was an ancient [[Ionia]]n [[Ancient Greece|Greek]] city on the western c...
    7: It was once one of the twelve [[Ionia]]n cities of [[Asia Minor]]. Its gridlike layout,...
  19. Achaemenid dynasty (14622 bytes)
    57: ...e stone-cutters who wrought the stone, those were Ionians and Sardians. The goldsmiths were [[Medes]] and...

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