Lucan (disambiguation)

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Lucan is the common English name of the Roman poet Marcus Annaeus Lucanus.

Lucan may also refer to:


Earl of Lucan[edit]

Earls of Lucan, first creation (1691)[edit]

Earls of Lucan, second creation (1795)[edit]

Places, and things at those places[edit]


  • Lucan (TV series), 1977-8 drama about a man who as child was raised by wolves, based on the 1977 made-for-TV movie of the same name
  • Lucan (2013 TV series), a 2013 television movie about the murder of Sandra Rivett and the disappearance of Lord Lucan
  • Lucan (architecture), a protruding dormer on the side of a warehouse, containing a hoist
  • San Lucan Skink (Eumeces lagunensis), a species of lizard native to the Baja California peninsula