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Celer may refer to:
- Celer (builder), foreman appointed by Romulus to oversee the building of Rome's first walls.
- Quintus Caecilius Metellus Celer, consul of the Roman Republic, 60 BC
- Publius Egnatius Celer, first century Stoic philosopher
- Celer (magister officiorum), 6th century Byzantine minister
- Saint Gelert, 7th century Welsh saint
- Misumenops celer, the celer crab spider
- Thermococcus celer, a species of extremely thermophilic Archaea
- Laosaurus (Laosaurus celer), a genus of hypsilophodont dinosaur
- Microvenator (Microvenator celer), a genus of dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous Cloverly Formation
- Trichoniscus pusillus (Philougria celer), one of the five most common species of woodlouse in the British Isles
- Celer (group), is an experimental music group based in Tokyo, Japan
- Cellar (disambiguation)
- Celeres, a personal armed guard maintained by Romulus
- Celerity (disambiguation)
- Cele (disambiguation)
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