Abron

(from the article `Côte d`Ivoire, history of`) ...the rise of Asante (Ashanti) in the late 17th century led to the migration of numerous Akan groups into the forest country of Côte d`Ivoire. Most ...
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Abron

[ancient Greece] Abron or Habron (Ancient Greek: Ἅβρων) was the name of a number of people in classical Greek history: 1. A son of the Attic orator Lycurgus. 2. The son of Callias, of the deme of Bate in Attica, who wrote on the festivals and sacrifices of the Greeks. He also wrote a work, περὶ παρωνύμων, which is freque...
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