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- scholars consider the paionians to have been of either thracian, or of mixed thraco-illyrian origins. some of the names of the paionians are also definitely
- dimiter dečev claims affinities with thracian. irwin l. merker considers paionian ****enic and closely related to gr****, a ****enic language with 'a great
- this is a list of ancient cities, towns, villages, and fortresses in and around thrace and dacia. a number of these settlements were dacian and thracian
- ariston (gr****: Ἀρίστων) was a member of the paionian royal house, possibly brother of patraus and father of the later king audoleon. his service with
- or paion (ancient gr****: Παίων, gen.: Παίονος) in gr**** mythology was a paionian mentioned in the iliad of homer as the father of the warrior agastrophus
- marches of lake achinos, and it was called ichna (gr****: Ίχνα). it was a paionian city, that was sometime in the 5th or early 4th century bc incorporated
- many tribes were settled in dacia pirustae sardeates see: list of paionian tribes see gr**** colonies in thrace bryges mygdones phrygians anartoi
- the derrones (or deroni, derroni) were a paionian tribe. our knowledge of them comes from coins bearing variations of the legend of derronikon (ΔΕΡΡΟΝΙΚΟΝ)