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Originally appearing in Volume V14, Page 731 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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ACTHORITIES.—Besides the sections on Ionians in the general histories of Greece and the references given in G. Busolt, (iriechische Geschichte, i. (2nd ed., Gotha, 1893), PP. 262, 277 if., see E. Curtius, Die Ionier vor der ionischen I4'anderung (Berlin, 1855), and papers in Gott. Gel. Anz. (1856), p. 1152 f. and (1859), p. 2021 f.; Jahrb. f. kl. Philol. 83 (186o), p. 449 f.; Hermes 25 (1890), p. 141 f.; A. von Gutschmid, Beitrage z. Gesch. d. alien Orients (Leipzig, 1856), p. 124 ff.; E. Meyer, Philologus 47 (NF. 2, 1889), p. 268 if. and 49 (NF. 3, 1890), p. 479 ff. ; V. Boehlau, Aus ionischen and aolischen Necropolen (Cassel, 1897) ; H. W. Smyth, The Ionic Dialect (1889). P. Cauer, " De dialecto attica vetustiore quaestiones epigraphicae," in G. Curtius, Studien z. gr. u. lat. Gramm. 8 (1875), p. 223, 399; Karsten, De litulorum Ionicorum dialecto (Halle, 1882); F. Bechtel, Die Inschriften des ion. Dialekts (Gottingen, 1877). For the political history of the Ionian Greeks see GREECE: History, and IONIA; for the special history and characteristics of individual Ionian cities, the respective names. (J. L. M.)
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ACTINOMETER (Gr. locals, ray, ,arpov, measure)

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