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Marius may refer to:
- Marius (name), a male given name, a Roman clan name and family name, and a modern surname
- Gaius Marius (157–86 BC), Roman general and statesman
- Gaius Marius the Younger (110-82 BC), his son, also a general and statesman
- Simon Marius (1573-1625), a German astronomer, known for independently discovering and naming the four major moons of Jupiter.
- Other men from the Roman gens Maria
- Marcus Aurelius Marius, emperor of the Gallic Empire in c. 269 AD
- Marius Pontmercy, a fictional character in Victor Hugo's novel Les Misérables
- Marius (crater), on the Moon
- Marius Hills, on the Moon
- Marius (film), a 1931 French film directed by Alexander Korda and written by Marcel Pagnol
- "Marius" (Anderson), a science fiction story by Poul Anderson
- Măriuș, a village in Valea Vinului commune, Satu Mare County, Romania
- Marius (giraffe), a giraffe that drew controversy against the Copenhagen Zoo for being put down in early 2014.
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