Aristodemus was a mythological figure who was a descendant of Heracles.
Aristodemus is an ancient Greek name that may also refer to:
- Aristodemus of Messenia (8th century BC), a hero of the First Messenian War
- Aristodemus of Cumae (6th century BC), a tyrant
- Aristodemus of Sparta (5th century BC), a soldier
- Aristodemus of Cydathenaeum (5th century BC), a follower of Socrates depicted in Plato's Symposium
- Aristodemus of Miletus (4th century BC), a diplomat
- Aristodemus the Good or Aristodemus of Megalopolis (3rd century BC), a tyrant of Megalopolis assassinated around 252 BC
- Aristodemos of Nysa the Elder (1st century BC), Ancient Greek grammarian and pedagogue
- Aristodemos of Nysa the Younger (1st century BC), Ancient Greek scholar and pedagogue, teacher of Strabo
- Aristodemus of Thebes, author, see List of anthologies of Greek epigrams
Aristodemus may also refer to:
- Papilio aristodemus, a species of butterfly
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