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Plato (428/427 or 424/423 – 348/347 BC) was a Greek philosopher.
Plato may also refer to:
- Plato (comic poet) (fl. 420–391 BC)
- Plato of Bactria (2nd century BC), Greco-Bactrian king
- Plato (exarch) (fl. 645–653), Byzantine exarch of Ravenna
- Plato of Sakkoudion (735–814), Byzantine saint
- Plato I, Metropolitan of Moscow in 1745–1754
- Plato III (b. 1993), American rapper
- Platon Levshin or Plato II, Metropolitan of Moscow in 1775–1812
- George Haimsohn or Plato, beefcake photographer
- Plato, Saskatchewan, Canada
- Plato, Magdalena, Colombia
- Plato Township, Kane County, Illinois, U.S.
- Plato, Indiana, U.S.
- Plato, Iowa, U.S.
- Plato, Minnesota, U.S.
- Plato, Missouri, U.S.
Science and technology
- Plato (spider), a genus of ray spider
- PLATO (computer system), a computer-assisted instruction system
- PLATO (spacecraft), a planned space observatory
- Plato (crater), a lunar crater
- 5451 Plato, a main-belt asteroid
- SAM-A-19 Plato, an anti-ballistic missile project
- Plato scale, a scale for the gravity of beer wort and distilled spirits
- Plato (film), a 2008 Russian film
- Plato, a son of Lycaon of Arcadia in Greek mythology
- Plato, a character in Rebel Without a Cause
- PLATO WA, or People Lobbying Against Teaching Outcomes, a Western Australian lobby group