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Aetius, Aëtius, or Aetios (Ἀέτιος) may refer to:
- Aetius (philosopher), 1st- or 2nd-century doxographer and Eclectic philosopher
- Aëtius of Antioch, 4th-century Anomean theologian
- Flavius Aetius, 391-454, Roman general
- Aetius (praetorian prefect), fl. 419–425, praefectus urbi of Constantinople and Praetorian prefect of the East
- Aëtius of Amida, 6th-century Byzantine physician
- Sicamus Aëtius, Byzantine medical writer possibly identical with the preceding
- Aetios (eunuch), early 9th century Byzantine official and general
- Aetios, -845, Byzantine general at the Sack of Amorium and one of the 42 Martyrs of Amorium
- Aeci (Aetius), bishop of Barcelona (995–1010)
- Aetius (spider), a spider genus (Corinnidae)
- Aëtius 3rd century Arian Bishop
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