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Hiero or Hieron (Ancient Greek: ἱερόν, lit. "holy place") may refer to:
- A holy shrine, temple, or temple precinct in Ancient Greece
- Hieron, a 5th-century BC potter associated with Makron (vase painter)
- Hiero (Xenophon), a dialogue by Xenophon about Hiero I
- Hiero I, tyrant of Syracuse, Italy (478–467 BC)
- Hiero II, tyrant of Syracuse (270–215 BC)
- Hiero., the author abbreviation for botanist Georg Hans Emmo Wolfgang Hieronymus
- Hiero Desteen, protagonist of two post-apocalypse novels by Sterling E. Lanier (Hiero's Journey and The Unforsaken Hiero)
- Hieroglyphics (group), a hip-hop group
- Jay Hieron (born 1976), an American professional mixed martial arts fighter
- Any one of a number of Aero-engines built to the designs of Otto Hieronimus in the Austro-Hungarian empire from the early 1910s, such as the Hiero E
- All pages beginning with "Hiero"
- All pages with titles containing "Hiero"
- Hieroglyph (disambiguation)
- Hieros (disambiguation)
- Hiro (disambiguation)
- Hero (disambiguation)
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