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Achaea can refer to:
- Achaea, a subdivision of Greece
- Achaeans (Homer), a collective name for the Greeks of the Mycenaean period used by Homer
- Achaea (ancient region), an ancient Greek region in the north of the Peloponnese
- Achaea Phthiotis, an ancient Greek region in southeastern Thessaly
- Achaean League, a league of North Peloponnesian cities during the Hellenistic period
- Achaea Province, a province of the Roman Empire comprising Peloponnese and central Greece
- Principality of Achaea, a medieval crusader state in the Peloponesse
- Achaea, or Demeter Achaea, an epithet of the goddess Demeter
- Achaea, or Minerva Achaea, an epithet of the goddess Minerva
- Achaea, Dreams of Divine Lands, a multi-player online computer game
- Achaea (moth), a genus of noctuid moths
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