Eôn, Emperor (perhaps fl. 4th century A.D.), was a Christian ruler of the Aksumite empire. His coins were struck in gold, and carry his effigy and the Cross of Christ. The Greek inscription styles him as "the man of Anaaph."
A. K. Irvine and Richard K. P. Pankhurst
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