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- The Constitution of Greece
- Syntagma Square in Athens
- Syntagma station of the Athens Metro
- A military unit of 256 men in the army of Macedon
- Syntagma (linguistics), a linguistic term related to syntagmatic structure.
- Syntagma, lost work of Hippolytus
- The major work of the 5th-century ecclesiastical writer Gelasius of Cyzicus
- The major work of the 6th-century Byzantine jurist Athanasios of Emesa
- A 12th-century religious work by the Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch Theodore Balsamon
- A 14th-century religious work by the Byzantine writer Matthew Blastares
- Syntagma Canonum, a 14th-century law compendium
- One of the most important works of organology is called Syntagma musicum and was written in the 17th century by Michael Praetorius.
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