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Achaeans or Achaean refers to the inhabitants or characteristics of the people of Achaea in Greece. However, the meaning of Achaea changed during the course of Ancient history, and thus, Achaeans/Achaean may mean:
- Achaeans (Homer), a name used by Homer in the Iliad for Mycenaean-era Greeks in general
- Achaeans (tribe), one of the major tribes of Greece according to the Hesiodic foundation myth
- Achaea (ancient region), historical inhabitants, during the Archaic and Classical periods, of the Peloponnesian region of Achaea
- Achaea Phthiotis, a central Greek region throughout the ancient Greek period
- Achaean League
- Achaea, the modern Greek administrative unit
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