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Plato (428/427 or 424/423 – 348/347 BCE) was a Greek philosopher.
Plato may also refer to:
- Plato (comic poet) (fl. 420–391 BCE)
- Plato (exarch) (fl. 645–653), Byzantine exarch of Ravenna
- Plato of Sakkoudion (735–814), Byzantine saint
- Plato I, Metropolitan of Moscow in 1745–1754
- Platon Levshin (Plato II), Metropolitan of Moscow in 1775–1812
- Dana Plato (1964–1999), American actress
- Jason Plato (born 1967), British racing driver
- Plato, a son of Lycaon in Greek mythology
- Plato, a character in the film Rebel Without a Cause
- Plato, Indiana
- Plato, Iowa
- Plato, Magdalena, Colombia
- Plato, Minnesota
- Plato, Missouri
- Plato Township, Kane County, Illinois
- Plato, Saskatchewan
Science and technology
- PLATO (computer system), a pioneering computer-assisted instruction system
- PLATO (Package for Linear Combination of Atomic Orbitals), a computational chemistry software package
- PLATO (spacecraft), a planned space observatory
- Plato (spider), a genus in family (Theridiosomatidae)
- Plato scale, for measuring the gravity of beer wort and distilled spirits
- Plato (crater), on the Moon.
- Plato, Spanish for dish
- Platon (disambiguation)
- "Plato's Stepchildren", an episode of the original Star Trek series
- Plato's Retreat, a club that existed from 1977 to 1985
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