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Melun may also refer to:
- Anne Julie de Melun (1698-1724), French noblewoman and mother of the general Charles de Rohan and Madame de Marsan, governess of Louis XVI
- Guillaume IV de Melun (died 1415), Count of Tancarville, Lord of Montreuil-Bellay, French politician, chamberlain and advisor to King Charles VI of France
- Louis, Duke of Joyeuse (1694–1724) (Louis de Melun), French nobleman
- Simon de Melun (1250-1302), Marshal of France
- Judah of Melun, 13th century Jewish rabbi
- Robert of Melun (c. 1100-1167), English theologian and Bishop of Hereford
- Melun Diptych, by the 15th-century French painter Jean Fouquet
- Treaty of Melun, April 1226, between Louis VIII of France and Jeanne of Constantinople
- Melun Act of 1851, one of the first laws regarding public health
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