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Satyricon is an ancient Roman novel attributed to Petronius Arbiter.
Satyricon may also refer to:
- Fellini Satyricon, a 1969 film by Federico Fellini based on Petronius' book
- Satyricon (1969 Polidoro film), a 1969 film by Gian Luigi Polidoro based on Petronius' book
- Satyricon (band), a Norwegian black metal band
- Satyricon (Satyricon album), 2013 self-titled album by the band
- Satyricon (nightclub), a Portland, Oregon, nightclub germinal to the Pacific Northwest punk movement
- Satyricon (Meat Beat Manifesto album) by Meat Beat Manifesto
- Satyricon (opera), an opera by Bruno Maderna
- Satirikon (magazine) Russian weekly magazine of satire and humor published in 1908—1913
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