The name Ismarus may refer to several different things:
- Ismarus (Ancient Greek: Ἴσμαρος) also Ismaros or Ismara is a city of the Cicones, on the Aegean coast of Thrace, mentioned in the Odyssey.
- 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.
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