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Valens was a Roman Emperor (364–378).
Valens may also refer to:
- Valens (usurper), probably Iulius Valens Licinianus, usurper under Emperor Decius (250)
- Valens, Ontario, a hamlet within Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
- Valens, Switzerland, a resort in the canton of St. Gallen
- Valens (company), an Israeli semiconductor company producing chips for the HDBaseT video standard
- Valens, a protagonist in Gladius
People with the name
- Fabius Valens, Roman general under Emperor Nero (died 69)
- Vettius Valens, astrologer (died c. 175)
- Valens Thessalonicus, usurper under Emperor Gallienus (261)
- Valerius Valens, Roman Emperor in 316-317, co-Emperor of Licinius
- Valens of Mursa (4th century AD), was bishop of Mursa (Osijek in modern Croatia) and a supporter of Homoian (semi-arianism) theology
- Valens Acidalius (1567–1595), was a German critic and poet
- Valens Comyn (1688–1751), was an English merchant and administrator and politician
- Ritchie Valens, singer
- Chloe Valens, a character in Tales of Legendia
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