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- some modern scholars consider the paionians to have been of either thracian or of mixed thraco-illyrian origins some of the names of the
- dečev claims affinities with thracian . irwin l. merker considers paionian ****enic and closely related to gr****, a ****enic language with
- date july 2012 this is a list of ancient cities, towns, villages, and fortresses in and around thrace and dacia. a number of these
- the derrones (or deroni, derroni) were a paionian tribe. our knowledge of them comes from coins bearing variations of the legend of
- is a paionian 'hero 'famed for his spear fighting on the side of troy in the trojan war , killed by diomedes he was the son of paeon
- the settlement appears to have been founded around then by the paionians , a people that inhabited the region. it became the capital of
- Παίονος) in gr**** mythology was a paionian mentioned in the iliad of homer as the father of the warrior agastrophus , slain by
- these groups of people include the paionians , illyrians , ancient macedonians , romans , byzantines , bulgarians , serbs and the
- similarly, he bought off the paionians with gifts in exchange for their withdrawal from macedon. philip may also have concluded a treaty
- paionian: file:paeonia&environs. jpg , paeonia, tribes and environs see: list of paionian tribes gr**** : see gr**** colonies in thrace