In Greek mythology, the name Epochus (Ἔποχος) may refer to:
- Epochus, a son of Lycurgus of Arcadia. Epochus participated in the Calydonian Hunt together with his brother Ancaeus: Pausanias describes a painting in the Tegean temple of Athena Alea, which portrays, among others, Epochus supporting Ancaeus who had been wounded by the boar.
- Epochus, one of the two brothers of Oenoe (the eponym of a deme in Attica) that were portrayed on the altar of Nemesis in Rhamnous.
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