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Antigonia may refer to:
Hellenistic cities (Greek: Αντιγόνεια, also transliterated as Antigonea and Antigoneia), including :
- Antigonia (Chaonia) and related Archaeological National park of Antigonea, near Saraqinisht, southern Albania, known in antiquity as a place in Chaonia, Epirus
- Antigonia (Paeonia), in Paeonia, Macedon
- Antigonia Psaphara, in Crucis, Chalcidice, Greece
- Antigonia (Syria), in Seleucis, Syria, now near Antakya, Hatay Province, Turkey
- A prior name of Alexandria Troas, in Troas, Asia Minor, now Eski Stambul, Çanakkale Province, Turkey
- the former Diocese of Antigonia, with see in an Antigonea in the Roman province Hellespontus, possibly Alexandria Troas; also suppressed as Latin Catholic titular see
- A prior name of Nicaea, Bithynia, now İznik, Bursa Province, Turkey
- A temporary name of Mantinea, Arcadia, Greece
- Antigonia (fish) is the name of a genus of fish.
- Hoogstudentengilde Antigonia is one of the oldest Antwerp student fraternities, named after the legendary Druon Antigoon.
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