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Satyrus or Satyros may refer to:


  • Satyrus, a 5th-century BC Greek political figure, instrumental in the downfall of Cleophon
  • Satyros I, also known as Satyrus, a ruler of Cimmerian Bosporus from 432 to 389 BC
  • Satyros, a 4th-century BC architect who co-designed the Mausoleum of Mausolus
  • Satyrus, a 4th-century BC actor who conversed with Demosthenes
  • Satyrus, a 4th-century BC ruler of Heraclea, brother of Clearchus and uncle of Timotheus
  • Satyrus the Peripatetic, a 3rd-century BC Greek philosopher and historian
  • Satyrus of Milan, a 4th-century AD saint
  • Satyrus of Arezzo, a 4th-century AD saint

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