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Ares is the Greek god of war and violence.
Ares or ARES may also refer to:
- 1 Technology
- 2 Science
- 3 Arts and Entertainment
- 4 People
- 5 Places (geography)
- 6 Religion
- 7 Other uses
- 8 See also
- Aerial Regional-scale Environmental Survey, an unmanned airplane proposed to fly on Mars.
- Scaled Composites ARES, a demonstrator aircraft built by the company Scaled Composites.
- Ares (rocket), various proposed and existing launch vehicles and missiles
- Greek brig Aris, warship serving with the Greek fleet from 1821 until 1921
- Tavor TAR-21 or Ares TAR-21a, an Israeli machine gun.
- Ares Shrike Belt Fed Conversion for M16/M4/AR15
- Ares Galaxy, a peer-to-peer file-sharing program.
- Ares (computer game).
- Ares PCB Layout, part of Proteus (design software).
- A.R.E.S.: Extinction Agenda, side-scrolling action platform game.
Arts and Entertainment
- Ares (manhwa), a Korean comic about a group of mercenaries.
- Ares (Hercules and Xena), the Greek god as portrayed on the TV series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and Xena: Warrior Princess.
- "Ares" (Hercules: The Legendary Journeys), an episode of Hercules: The Legendary Journeys.
- Ares (Marvel Comics), the Greek god as he appears in Marvel Comics.
- Ares (DC Comics), the Greek god as he appears in DC Comics.
- Project Ares, a project that Lex Luthor created on Smallville.
- Ares Macrotechnology, a megacorporation in the Shadowrun universe
- Ares (magazine), a science fiction wargame magazine.
- Ares, a large interplanetary spacecraft that brought the first hundred colonists to Mars in the science fiction novel Red Mars in the Mars trilogy series by Kim Stanley Robinson.
- Ares IV, a spacecraft in the Star Trek: Voyager episode "One Small Step".
- Operation Ares, a science fiction novel by Gene Wolfe.
Forename or given name
- Ares Tavolazzi, an Italian bass player and jazz musician.
Nickname, pseudonym, or alternate name
- Ares (musician), Norwegian extreme metal musician.
- Donna Ares, the stage name of Bosniak folk singer Azra Kolaković.
- Ares Schwager, the nickname/stagename of the American musician and guitarist Brian Schwager.
- Marco Jaggi, a professional wrestler who uses the wrestling ring name Ares.
- Ares Velouchiotis (the nom de guerre of Athanasios Klaras, leader of Greek resistance during WWII)
- Arès, a town at the north of Arcachon Bay in France.
- Ares, Spain, a municipality in Spain.
- Ares del Maestre, a town in Alt Maestrat, Spain.
- Ares Cliff, a cliff on the east side of Alexander Island in Antarctica.
- Col d'Ares, a Pyrenees mountain pass on the border between France and Spain.
- Col des Ares, a mountain pass in Haute-Garonne in southwest France.
- Muela de Ares, a high mountain in the province of Castellón, Spain.
- "Rock of Ares", a rock outcropping site in Greece known as the Areopagus.
- Pilgrims of Arès, a religious movement founded in France in 1974.
- Temple of Ares, an early Roman place of religious worship.
- L'Alliance républicaine, écologique et sociale (ARES), a French coalition of parties.
- ARES Incorporated, a firearm and weapon system manufacturer started by Eugene Stoner.
- Amateur Radio Emergency Service, a corps of volunteer emergency radio operators.
- Australian Army Reserve, the reserve component of the Australian Army.
- Aris Thessaloniki, a Greek athletic club.
- ARES (Aciéries Rodange Esch-Schifflange) formed in 1994 from ARBED-Esch Schifflange and Métallurgique et Minière de Rodange-Athus, a subsidiary of ARBED.
- ARES, Automated Records and Engineering System. An automated system used for design and recording of items of exterior plant in the telephony-world.
- ARES, International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security.
- Plural of "are": see hectare, a unit of measurement for area commonly used in Europe.
- Aries (disambiguation)
- Ares in popular culture
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