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  • 41Ionian Technologies — Infobox Company company name = Ionian Technologies Inc. company type = Private | company slogan = Detect to Protect foundation = 2000 Spinoff from Keck Graduate Institute 2001 incorporated location = San Diego, California key people = John G.… …

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  • 42Ionian Islands — This article is about the group of islands west of Greece. For the ancient region in western Anatolia, see Ionia . Infobox Peri GR name = Ionian Islands name local = Περιφέρεια Ιονίων Νησιών prefec = Corfu Kefalonia and Ithaka Lefkada Zakynthos… …

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  • 43Ionian mode — The Ionian mode is a musical mode of diatonic scale. It was part of the music theory of ancient Greece, and was based around the relative natural scale in C (that is, the same as playing all the white notes of a piano from C to C). This simple… …

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  • 44Ionian Revolt — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Ionian Revolt partof=Persian Wars caption=Ionian region date=499 BC 493 BC place=Asia Minor and Cyprus result=Persian victory. territory=Persia re establishes control over Ionia and Cyprus. combatant1=Ionia,… …

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  • 45Ionian Sea — an arm of the Mediterranean between S Italy, E Sicily, and Greece. * * * Part of the Mediterranean Sea lying between Greece, Sicily, and Italy. Though once considered part of the Adriatic Sea, to which it connects by the Strait of Otranto, it is… …

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  • 46Ionian University — The Ionian University is a university located in the city of Corfu, Greece. It was established in 1984 by the Greek government under the Prime Ministership of Andreas Papandreou, [ [http://www.ionio.gr/central/gr/university Ionian U] (In Greek)]… …

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  • 47Ionian Sea — The Ionian Sea is an arm of the Mediterranean Sea, south of the Adriatic Sea. It is bounded by southern Italy, including Calabria, Sicily and the Salento peninsula, to the west, by southwestern Albania, including Saranda and Himara, and a large… …

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  • 48Ionian School (music) — This article is about the modern Greek school of music. For other uses, see Ionian School (disambiguation). Music of Greece General topics Ancient Byzantine Néo kýma Polyphonic song Genres …

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  • 49Ionian League — The Ionian League (Ancient Greek Polytonic|Ἴωνες, Iōnes; Polytonic|κοινὸν Ίώνων, koinon Iōnōn; Polytonic|κοινὴ σύνοδος Ίώνων, koinē sunodos Iōnōn; Latin commune consilium; also called the Panionic League) was a confederation formed at the end of… …

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  • 50Ionian Academy — The Ionian Academy was the first academic institution established in modern Greece and it is located in Corfu. It was established by Frederick North, 5th Earl of Guilford in 1824. [Miller, p.126] It is also considered the precursor of the Ionian… …

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  • 51Ionian School — The Ionian School, a type of Greek philosophy centred in Miletus, Ionia in the 6th and 5th centuries BC, is something of a misnomer. Although Ionia was a centre of Western philosophy, the scholars it produced, including Anaximander, Anaximenes,… …

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  • 52Ionian Islands — a group of Greek islands including Corfu, Levkas, Ithaca, Cephalonia, Paxos, and Zante off the W coast of Greece, and Cerigo off the S coast. * * * ancient Heptanesos Group of seven Greek islands (pop., 2001: 214,274) in the Ionian Sea. They… …

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  • 53Ionian obol — The obol (plural oboli ) was the currency of the Ionian Islands between 1819 and 1863. Until 1834, 1 obol = 4 lepta (singular lepton ), after which 1 obol = 5 lepta. Throughout its existence, the obol was equal to a British half penny. The obol… …

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  • 54Ionian Star — Scandola (navire) Pour les articles homonymes, voir Scandola. Scandola Noms : Via Ligure Ionian Star …

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  • 55Ionian mode — Ionic I*on ic, a. [L. Ionicus, Gr. ?, fr. ? Ionia.] [1913 Webster] 1. Of or pertaining to Ionia or the Ionians. [1913 Webster] 2. (Arch.) Pertaining to the Ionic order of architecture, one of the three orders invented by the Greeks, and one of… …

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  • 56Ionian Islands — geographical name islands W Greece in Ionian Sea population 191,003 …

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  • 57Ionian gazeta — The gazeta (plural gazzeté , Greek γαζετα, plural γαζέταις) was a currency issued in the Ionian Islands in 1801 during the occupation by Russia and the Ottoman Empire. It replaced the Venetian lira at a rate of 1 gazeta = 2 soldi. After the… …

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  • 58Ionian revolt — Uprising (499–494 BC) of some of the Ionian cities of Asia Minor against their Persian overlords. The cities deposed their own tyrants and, with help from Athens, tried unsuccessfully to throw off Persian domination. Darius I of Persia used… …

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  • 59Ionian Islands — noun A group of islands in the Ionian Sea one of the 13 peripheries of Greece The main islands are Corfu, Ithaca, Kefallonia, Kythira, Lefkada, Paxoi and Zante …

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  • 60Ionian Island — noun One of the seven Ionian Islands: Corfu, Ithaca, Kefallonia, Kythira, Lefkada, Paxoi and Zante …

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