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Pyrrhus or Pyrrhos or Pyrros (Πύρρος) may refer to the following:
- Pyrrhus of Epirus (318–272 BC), famous king, to whom the term Pyrrhic victory alludes
- Pyrrhus II of Epirus, late 3rd century BC, brother of Ptolemy of Epirus
- Pyrrho (360–270 BC), philosopher
- Pyrrhus of Athens, 5th century BC sculptor mentioned by Pliny and an epigraphe in Acropolis
- Patriarch Pyrrhus of Constantinople, 7th century AD supporter of Monotheletism
- Pyrrhus, another name for Neoptolemus, the son of Achilles.
- Pyrros Dimas (b. 1971), modern weightlifter
- 5283 Pyrrhus, an asteroid
- Pyrrus, the fictional planet of the Deathworld novels
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