Zoilos I (reigned c.130 BCE–120 BCE), Indo-Greek king, known as "The Just", who ruled in Northern India.
Zoilos or Zoilus may also refer to:
- Zoilos II (reigned c.55 BCE–35 BCE), Indo-Greek king, known as "Soter" ("Saviour"), who ruled in eastern Punjab; his predecessor was Dionysios and his successor was Apollophanes
- Zoilus (c.400 BCE-320 BCE), Greek grammarian, Cynic philosopher and literary critic from East Macedonia (Thrace); remembered as detractor of Homer; his own writings have not survived
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