Three Kings (disambiguation)
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Three Kings refers to the Biblical Magi, also known as the Three Wise Men, appearing in the Gospel of Matthew and in Christmas imagery.
Three Kings may also refer to:
Film and television
- The Three Kings (film), a 1929 silent British-German drama film
- Three Kings (1999 film), an American war comedy/drama film set in post-Gulf War Iraq
- Les Rois mages, a 2001 French film dubbed The Three Kings in English
- Los Reyes Magos (film), a 2003 animated Spanish film
- Three Kings (YuYu Hakusho), the three rulers of the demon plane of Makai in the manga and anime series YuYu Hakusho
- "Three Kings" (Family Guy), a 2009 episode of Family Guy
- Three Kings (2011 film), a Malayalam comedy film
- Three Kings, a book of three short stories by Chinese writer A Cheng
- The Three Kings, a novel by Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez
- 1 Kings, which is known as 3 Kings in some Bible versions. In those versions, 1 and 2 Kings really refer to 1 and 2 Samuel, while 3 and 4 Kings refer to the modern 1 and 2 Kings.
- Fu Lu Shou, personified deities of good fortune, prosperity, and longevity in Chinese Buddhism and Taoism
- Three Kings of Blues: Albert King, Freddie King, and B.B. King
- "3 Kings" (song), a 2005 song by Slim Thug, T.I., and Bun B
- "3 Kings" (Rick Ross song), a 2012 song by Rick Ross, Jay-Z and Dr. Dre
- We Three Kings, a Christmas carol
- Three Kings, New Zealand is a suburb of Auckland City, New Zealand
- Three Kings Islands, islands located off the coast of the Northland Region, New Zealand, known for scuba diving
- Three Wise Men (volcanoes), a series of three small seamounts in the Pacific Ocean
- Battle of the Three Kings, also known as the Battle of Alcazarquivir, a decisive 1578 Moroccan victory over Portugal
- Three Kings (Czech antinazi resistance) (Tři králové in Czech), Czech anti-Nazi group of World War II
- A collective nickname given to NBA basketball players LeBron James, Chris Bosh, and Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat by their play-by-play announcer Eric Reid after they were all officially introduced as teammates on July 9, 2010
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