noun, plural hi·er·a [hahy-er-uh, hahy-ruh] /ˈhaɪ ər ə, ˈhaɪ rə/.
Origin of hieron
Examples from the Web for hieron
Historical Examples of hieron
He is sometimes said to have procured for Oxford the library of Hieron.Annals of the Bodleian Library, Oxford, A.D. 1598-A.D. 1867
William Dunn Macray
He removed to Syracuse, where at the court of Hieron he spent the remainder of his life.The New Gresham Encyclopedia
Fig. 8: Dance of Bacchantes, painted by the ceramic painter, Hieron.The Dance (by An Antiquary)
The tyranny of Hieron, brother of Gelon, begins at Syracuse.
Advice to Hieron by Simonides — that he should govern well, and thus make himself beloved by his subjects.