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Ionia (Turkey and Greece)

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Geographic headingIonia (Turkey and Greece)
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Geographic subdivision usageIonia (Turkey and Greece)
Found inWork cat.: Mac Sweeney, N. Foundation myths and politics in ancient Ionia, 2013.
Columbia Gazetteer online, viewed May 24, 2013 (Ionia: ancient region of Asia Minor; occupied a narrow coastal strip on the E Mediterranean (in present-day W Turkey) as well as the neighboring Aegean islands, which now mainly belong to Greece; the twelve most important cities in Ionia were Miletus, Myus, Priene, Sámos, Ephesus, Colophon, Lebedos, Teos, Erythrae, Khíos, Clazomenae, and Phocaea)
Britannica online, viewed May 24, 2013 (Ionia: ancient region comprising the central sector of the western coast of Anatolia; bounded by the regions of Aeolis on the north and Caria on the south and included the adjacent islands; region was settled by Greek immigrants about 1000 B.C.)
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