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Dion may refer to:



  • Dion (mythology), a king in Laconia and husband of Iphitea, the daughter of Prognaus
  • Dion of Syracuse (408–354 BC), ancient Greek politician
  • Dio of Alexandria, first century BC, ancient Greek philosopher
  • Dion of Naples, an ancient Greek mathematician cited by Augustine of Hippo along with Adrastus of Cyzicus
  • Dio Chrysostom, also known as Dion Chrysostomos (c. 40 – c. 115), a Greek orator, writer, philosopher and historian
  • Cassius Dio, also known as Dion Kassios (c. AD 155 – 235), a Roman consul



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