Epaenetus may refer to the following persons:
- Epaenetus (Greek: Ἐπαίνετος, praised), a Christian at Rome to whom Paul sent his salutation. Epaenetus was one of the first Christians and beloved friend of Paul.
- Epaenetus (633 -632 BC), an Archon of Athens.
- Epaenetus, son of Silanus, a Macedonian Tethrippon winner at Lykaia in 308 BC.
- Epaenetus, ambassador, with Apollodorus of Boeotia, from the Boeotians to the Messenians in the 2nd century BCE.
- Epaenetus, admiral of Ptolemy I Soter. He and Agis managed to suppress the revolt of Cyrene, Libya in 312 BC.
- Epaenetus of Andros, a lover of Neaira.
- Epaenetus, a culinary author frequently referred to by Athenaeus, who wrote one work "On Fishes" and another "On the Art of Cookery".
- This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Smith, William, ed. (1870). "article name needed". Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology.
- Arkadia- Lykaion-Epigraphical Database[permanent dead link]
- The Annals of the World by James Ussher
- Demosthenes Against Neaera, 59.64
- Περὶ ἰχθύων, Athen. vii. p. 328, f. (cited by Smith)
- Ὀψαρτυτικός, Athen. ii. p. 58, b., iii. p. 88, [p. 22] c., vii. pp. 294, d., 297, c., 304, d., 305, e., 312, b., 313, b., ix. pp. 371, e., 395, f., xii. p. 516, c., xiv. p. 662, d. (cited by Smith)