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The phalanx is a rectangular mass military formation.
Phalanx may also refer to:
- Phalanx bone, the bones that form fingers and toes
- Phalanx CIWS, a U.S. Navy defense system to protect against an anti-ship missile
- North American Phalanx, a utopian community in New Jersey, organized on proto-communist Fourierist principles, or its journal "The Phalanx"
- The Spanish Falange
- The Lebanese Kataeb Party
- Phalanx, New Jersey, an unincorporated area within Colts Neck Township, New Jersey
- Phalanx (art group), an artistic movement formed in Munich in 1901
- Phalanx (comics), a species of villainous mechanical aliens in Marvel Comics, most recently appearing in Annihilation: Conquest
- The Phalanx, a Fourierist journal
- Phalanx, the name of the false zombie proof drug in the novel by Max Brooks, World War Z
- The Phalanx Nations, a terrorist organization in the young adult novel, The Prophet of Yonwood.
- Phalanx, a Warhammer 40,000 novel currently being published in serialized form in the monthly publication Hammer and Bolter
- Phalanx (album), a 1983 live album by Australian surf rock band, Australian Crawl
- Phalanx, a trance music group formed by Dennis Gertner, DJ Manian, and Manuel Schleis
- Phalanx (band), a jazz music group
- The fictional secret anti-alien invasion force the player commands in the fanmade UFO: Alien Invasion game, an open-source project in the X-COM tradition.
- Phalanx (video game), a Super NES and Game Boy Advance video game
- the 13th Colossus from the video game Shadow of the Colossus
- the first Demon (boss) in the PS3 game Demon's Souls
- the nemesis of the protagonist in the Super NES game Demon's Crest
- Phalanstère, a building layout developed by utopian socialist Charles Fourier
- Phalanx (horse), American Champion racehorse
- The falanges (legions of spirits) of the Brazilian Umbanda religion
- Phalanx Family Ties, a street family in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
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