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Eudemus (Ancient Greek: Εὔδημος, Eudēmos) may refer to:
- Eudemus of Cyprus, d. 353 BC, a political exile from Cyprus and friend of Aristotle, after whom Aristotle's dialogue Eudemus, or On the Soul was named: see Corpus Aristotelicum#Fragments
- Eudemus of Rhodes, c. 370-300 BC, philosopher and student of Aristotle
- Eudemus (general), d. 316 BC, general of Alexander the Great
- Eudemus (physician), any of several Greek physicians, 4th century BC–2nd century AD
- Eudemus of Pergamum, 3rd century BC, teacher of Philonides of Laodicea and dedicatee of Book 2 of Apollonius of Perga's Conics
- Eudemus of Pergamum, 2nd century BC, implicated in the enmity between Tiberius Gracchus and Q. Pompeius
- Eudemus of Argos, 2nd century AD, author of On Rhetorical Language (Περὶ λέξεων ῥητορικῶν), perhaps an important source of the Suda
- Avdimi of Haifa, an Amora of the late 3rd/early 4th century AD
- Eudemus, Bishop of Patara (Lycia), 4th century AD
- Eudemos, the name of two Catholicoi of the Catholicate of Abkhazia (16th and 17th centuries)
- Eudemos I, of the Diasamidze family, Catholicos of Kartli in the 1630s
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