|Artamène, or Cyrus the Great|
Frontispiece of Part 1
|Author||Madeleine de Scudéry and Georges de Scudéry|
|Original title||Artamène ou le Grand Cyrus|
|Cover artist||François Chauveau|
Artamène, or Cyrus the Great (French: Artamène ou le Grand Cyrus) is a novel in ten volumes by siblings Madeleine and Georges de Scudéry, written in the 17th century. At over 2,100,000 words, it is considered the longest novel ever written, with the possible exception of Henry Darger's unpublished The Story of the Vivian Girls.