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Lycurgus or Lykourgos (Greek: Λυκούργος) may refer to:
- Lycurgus of Sparta, creator of constitution of Sparta
- Lycurgus of Athens, one of the ten notable orators at Athens, (fourth century BC)
- Lycurgus Conner (1909-1963), American politician
- Lykourgos (king), 30th Eurypontid king of Sparta (219–211/210 BC)
- Lykourgos Logothetis, leader of Samos in the Greek War of Independence (1772–1850)
- Lycurgus Johnson (1818-1876), American cotton planter and politician.
- Lycurgus of Arcadia, king
- Lycurgus of Nemea, king
- Lycurgus of Thrace, king, opponent of Dionysus
- Lycomedes or Lycurgus, in Homer
- Lycurgus, son of Pronax
- Lycurgus, son of Heracles by Toxicrate, daughter of Thespius
- Lycurgus, a suitor of Hippodamia
- Lycurgus, Iowa, United States, unincorporated community
- Lycurgus, New York, a fictional location in the novel An American Tragedy
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