|The region of Epirus in the 20th century, divided between Greece and Albania.
Grey: approx. extent of Epirus in antiquity; Orange: Greek region of Epirus; Green: approx. extent of largest concentration of Greeks in "Northern Epirus", early 20th century Red dotted line: territory of autonomous state of Northern Epirus
The name Epirus, from the Greek "Ήπειρος" meaning continent may refer to:
- Epirus - a historical and geographical region of the southwestern Balkans, straddling modern Greece and Albania
- Northern Epirus - a region in southern Albania, the term is closely connected with the ethnic Greek minority in the country
- Epirus (region) - one of the thirteen regions (administrative divisions) of Greece.
- Epirus (ancient state), a Greek state (330–167 BC)
- Epirus vetus (146 BC–395 AD) and Epirus nova (Old and New Epirus), provinces of the Roman Empire
- Despotate of Epirus (1205–1479), one of the successor states of the Byzantine Empire
- The Principality of Epirus, another name for the Ottoman pashalik of Yanina (1430–1868)
- Autonomous Republic of Northern Epirus, a short lived state (1914) proclaimed by the pro-Greek party in modern Southern Albania (Northern Epirus)
- Following G. Soteriadis: “An Ethnological Map Illustrating Hellenism In The Balkan Peninsula And Asia Minor” London: Edward Stanford, 1918. File:Hellenism in the Near East 1918.jpg
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