An agathodaemon or agathodaimon was a spirit of vineyards and grainfields in the religion of the ancient Greeks.
Agathodaemon or Agathodaimon may also refer to
- Set (deity), the Egyptian god
- The Canopic Branch of the Nile Delta, called the Agathodaemon or Agathodaimon in Ptolemy's Geography
- Agathodaemon (alchemist), the 3rd-century Egyptian alchemist
- Agathodaemon of Alexandria, an Egyptian cartographer of uncertain date connected with Ptolemy's Geography
- Agathodaemon, a Martian canals named for the cartographer
- Agathodaemon (grammarian), the 5th-century Egyptian grammarian
- Agathodaimon (band), a German band playing death metal
- Agathos Daimon (Forgotten Realms), a fictional deity in the Forgotten Realms campaign setting for Dungeons & Dragons
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