Proclus or Proklos (Greek: Πρόκλος) is the name of several historical figures.
By itself, the name Proclus normally refers to:
- Proclus Diadochus (Proklos the Successor), the 5th century Neoplatonist philosopher
Proclus may also refer to:
In history and literary history:
- Archbishop Proclus of Constantinople, a 5th-century saint
- Eutychius Proclus, a 2nd-century grammarian, tutor of Marcus Aurelius, and possibly author of the Chrestomathy
- Proclus (prefect of Constantinople), who lived under the reign of Theodosius the Great in the 4th century
- Proclus Oneirocrites, a soothsayer
- Proclus Mallotes, a Stoic philosopher
- Proclus of Naucratis, a 2nd-century teacher of rhetoric
- Proclus (mosaicist), an artist in the time of Augustus
- Larginus Proclus, a 1st-century German who narrowly escaped execution by Domitian
- Proclus (crater), a crater on the moon
The following are correctly called Proculus:
- several Christian saints named Proculus: see Saint Proculus (disambiguation)
- Proculus, the 3rd-century Roman usurper
Ancient sources are known to have called the following both Proclus, Proculus, and other variants:
- Proclus (Montanist) or Proculus, a 2nd-century adherent of Montanism and founder of the sect called the Procliani
- Proclus of Rhegium or Proculus, a 1st-century physician
- Proclus or Proculeius, a hierophant at Laodiceia in Syria
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