Ares (disambiguation)

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Ares is the Greek god of war and violence.

Ares or ARES may also refer to:

Technology[edit]

Aircraft[edit]

Rocketry[edit]

  • Ares (rocket), various proposed and existing launch vehicles and missiles

Weaponry[edit]

Computer software[edit]

Science[edit]

Entomology[edit]

Arts and Entertainment[edit]

Literature[edit]

Fantasy fiction[edit]

Science fiction[edit]

Music[edit]

Sculpture[edit]

People[edit]

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Nickname, pseudonym, or alternate name[edit]

  • 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
  • Aris Velouchiotis or Ares Velouchiotis (the nom de guerre of Athanasios Klaras, leader of Greek resistance during WWII)

Places (geography)[edit]

Earth[edit]

  • 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

Mars[edit]

Religion[edit]

Other uses[edit]

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