Archon(Gr. αρχων, pl. αρχοντες) is a Greek word that means "ruler" or the like.
Archon may also refer to:
Archon of Pella, a satrap of Babylonia and one of the Diadochi
Archon Basileus, a position in the government of classical Athens
Butterflies or moths:
* "Archon" (butterfly), a genus of butterfly
Archon apollinaris, a butterfly
Paysandisia archon, a moth
Archon (Dungeons & Dragons), a fantasy race featured in the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game
* Archons, a villainous race of hyper-dimensional entities from the comic book series "
* Archons, the crew of the U.S.S. "Archon" in the original "Star Trek" episode "
The Return of the Archons"
* Archons, the leaders of the Dark Eldar in the tabletop wargame "
*"The Archon", the second book of the Oracle Prophecies Trilogy by
Catherine Fisher. In the trilogy, the Archon is also the title of the God-on-Earth.
*Archons, psionic entities in the "
* "", a computer game from the 1980s
**"", its sequel
Archon (convention), a science fiction/gaming convention held in Collinsville, Illinois
Archons of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, an award of merit bestowed by the Patriarch of Constantinople
Archon Corporation, a company that has owned casinos and water parks
Archon, Aisne, a commune of the Aisne"département" in northern France
Archon X Prize, a genomics contest
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