Attica, as Aristotle says, the Athenians came to be called Ionians, and Apollo was named their Ancestral god.>
Schol. Aristoph. Birds 1537<The Athenians honor Ancestral Apollo because their War-lord Ion was the son of Apollo and Creusa the daughter3 of Xuthus.>
Schol. Aristoph. Wasps 1223<giving the citadel and its neighborhood to Aegeus, the hill country to Lycus, the coast to Pallas and the district of Megara to Nisus>.
4 was the proclamation of Theseus made when he was instituting an assembly of the whole people.>
5 in the Catalogue of Ships to the Athenians only.>
Lexicon Patm. p. 152 Sakkel.< . . . As Aristotle narrates in his Athenian Constitution, where he says: 'And they were grouped in four tribal divisions in imitation of the seasons in the year, and each of the tribes was divided into three parts, in order that there might be twelve parts in all, like the months of the year, and they were called Thirds and Brotherhoods; and the arrangement of clans was in groups of thirty to the brotherhood, as the days to the month, and the clan consisted of thirty men.6>
Schol. Vatic. ad Eur. Hipp. 11.He came to Scyros <probably in order to inspect it because of his kinship with Aegeus7>
Schol. Vatic. ad Eur. Hipp. 11.<The Athenians, after the Persian Wars, in conformity with an oracle took up his bones and buried them.>
8 because they were thought to be luxurious and to have become soft. But one of the house of Codrus, Hippomenes, who wished to repel the slander, taking a man in adultery with his daughter Leimone, killed him by yoking him to his chariot with his daughter [? emend 'with his team'], and locked her up with a horse till she died.9
10 because of his tyranny were killed by the party of Megacles when they had taken refuge at the altar of Athena. And those who had done this were then banished as being under a curse.