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Promethean may refer to:
- Prometheus, a character from Greek mythology, who was punished by the gods for stealing fire from the heavens to give to humans
- "Prometheus", an 1816 poem by Lord Byron
- Prometheus Unbound, a Greek play by Aeschylus
- Prometheus Unbound, an 1820 lyrical drama by Percy Bysshe Shelley
- Mary Shelley gave her novel Frankenstein the subtitle The Modern Prometheus
- Promethean: The Created, a role-playing game published by White Wolf, Inc., involving artificial life forms similar to Frankenstein's monster
- Promethean Ltd: a global education company based in the UK
- Prometheans: A faction of enemies present in the 4th and 5th installment of the Halo videogame franchise
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