- A Ciconian Homeric town on the Aegean coast of Thrace
- A mountain of the same name "Ismaros".
- Ismarus. Defender of Thebes. He killed Hippomedon , one of the Seven against Thebes. Ismarus was son of Astacus.
- Ismarus (Immaradus) was son of Eumolpus and like his father he was killed by Erechtheus during the war between Athens and Eleusis. Eumolpus had previously inherited a Thracian kingdom from Tegyrius, and the latter's daughter had married Ismarus.
- Ismarus. A Maeonian companion of Aeneas in Italy .
After their departure from Troy, Odysseus and his companions stop at Ismaros. They sack the town, and attack the Cicones, the inhabitants of the adjacent region. They kill the men and divide the women and treasures among themselves, then begin to feast, despite Odysseus' advice that they leave immediately. The Cicones, who have left in search of help, come back in the morning in great numbers. Odysseus manages to escape, although he loses several men in the process. He embarks with the survivors and continues his journey home to Ithaca.
- Ismarus (genus) of wasps.
- ↑ An Inventory of Archaic and Classical Poleis: An Investigation Conducted by The Copenhagen Polis Centre for the Danish National Research Foundation by Mogens Herman Hansen,2005,page 878
- ↑ Apd.3.6.8
- ↑ Apd.3.15.4
- ↑ Pau.1.27.4
- ↑ Vir.Aen.10.141
- ↑ The Essential Homer: Selections from the Iliad and the Odyssey by Homer and Stanley Lombardo,page 299: "... From Ilion the wind took me to the Cicones In Ismaros. I pillaged the town and killed the men. ..
- Durando, Furio. Greece, a guide to the archaeological sites (2004).