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Polemon (or Polemo) is the name of eminent ancient Greeks:
- Polemon (scholarch), the head of the Platonic Academy from 314-269 BC
- Polemon of Athens, a 2nd-century BC Stoic philosopher, also referred to as Polemon of Ilium
- Polemon of Laodicea, a 2nd-century sophist
- Polemon (son of Andromenes), flourished 4th century BC
Kings and other monarchs
- Polemon I of Pontus, the name of a Roman Client King of Cilicia, Colchis, Pontus and the Bosporan Kingdom
- Polemon II of Pontus son to the above, Roman Client King of Cilicia, Colchis and Pontus in Anatolia
- Polemon Eupator, prince from Anatolia and first son Polemon II
- Polemon (genus), a genus of venomous snakes found in Africa
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