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Theagenes (Greek: Θεαγένης) was the name of several persons:
- Theagenes of Megara, tyrant of Megara of the 6th century BC
- Theagenes of Rhegium, a literary critic of the 6th century BC
- Theagenes of Thasos, a famous sportsman of the 5th century BC
- Theagenes, last commander of the Theban Sacred Band, who died at the Battle of Chaeronea in 338 BC
- Theagenes of Patras, a Cynic philosopher of the 2nd century
- Theagenes (historian) of unknown date
- Theagenes (patrician), an Athenian politician of the 5th century
- Saint Theagenes of Parium, Christian martyr
- Theagenes (butterfly), a genus of skipper butterflies
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