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Nicaea (pronounced Ni·cae·a) or Nikaia (Greek: Νίκαια) may be:
- The ancient name of several places, including:
- Modern places
- The name of women in antiquity:
Nicaea may also refer to:
- Empire of Nicaea (Byzantine)
- The First Council of Nicaea in AD 325, the first ecumenical council of bishops of the Christian Church
- The Second Council of Nicaea in AD 787, the seventh ecumenical council of the Christian Church
- The Council of Nicaea (painting), an 18th-century painting of the first ecumenical council
- The Council of Nicaea (Doctor Who audio), a science-fiction audio drama
- Nisaea (genus), a bacterial species named after the nymph Nicaea
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