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Pandion /ˈpændiən/ or /ˈpændiɒn/ may refer to:

In Greek mythology[edit]

  • Pandion (mythology) for mythological characters named Pandion.
    • Pandion I, a legendary king of Athens, father of the sisters Procne and Philomela.
    • Pandion II, a legendary king of Athens, father of the brothers Aegeus, Pallas, Nisos and Lycus.
    • Pandion (hero), the eponymous hero of the Attic tribe Pandionis, usually assumed to be one of the legendary Athenian kings Pandion I or Pandion II.
    • Pandion son of Phineus in Greek mythology
    • Pandion, a son of Aegyptus, husband and victim of Callidice, daughter of Danaus

Other uses[edit]

  • King Pandion, a member of the Pandya Dynasty (c. 50 BC – 50 CE)
  • Pandion (bird), a genus of birds of prey with a single member, the osprey (Pandion haliaetus), or, depending on the authority, two species
  • Pandion, the highest status level in the EuroBonus frequent flyer program
  • Alfa Romeo Pandion, a concept car by Bertone shown at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show