Cylon

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Cylon may refer to:


Cylon of Athens, an Athenian who attempted to take over Athenian rule.

Cylon of Croton, who led a revolt against the Pythagoreans.

Science fiction[edit]

Places in the United States[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • Cylon of Athens, who attempted a coup in 632 BCE, the first reliably dated event in Athenian history
  • Cylon Controls Ltd., a building management systems company based in Dublin, Ireland

See also[edit]

  • Ceylon, British colonial name for Sri Lanka