Archon (disambiguation)

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Not to be confused with Archaeon - a domain or kingdom of single-celled microorganisms.

Archon (Gr. αρχων, pl. αρχοντες) is a Greek word that means "ruler" or the like.

Archon may also refer to:

In history:

Butterflies or moths:

In fiction:

  • Archon (Dungeons & Dragons), a fantasy race featured in the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game
  • Archons, a villainous race of hyper-dimensional entities from the comic book series The Invisibles
  • Archons, the crew of the U.S.S. Archon in the original Star Trek episode "The Return of the Archons"
  • Archons, the leaders of the Dark Eldar in the tabletop wargame Warhammer 40,000
  • The Archon, the second book of the Oracle Prophecies Trilogy by Catherine Fisher
  • Archons, protoss psionic entities in the StarCraft series
  • Archon, a Tollan equivalent of an attorney in the Stargate SG-1 universe
  • Archons, a group of ancient immortal beings that ruled over the primordial earth in The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel
  • Archon, a city in the province of Black Marsh from the Elder Scrolls game universe
  • Archon, a fictitious rock group featuring in The Equalizer episode "Inner View", notable by their track "Shadow Man"
  • Archon, the title given to the leader of House Steiner in the BattleTech series
  • Archon, the title given to the elected leader and head of state of the Draka in the Domination novels by S. M. Stirling
  • Archons, a mystical creature type aligned with White in Magic: The Gathering, a trading card game
  • Archon, an Angelic Battle-Priest from the videogame Darksiders II