Arius (disambiguation)

Arius was a Christian priest in Alexandria, Egypt in the early fourth century.

Arius may also refer to:

* Arius (genus), a genus of catfishes
* Arius Didymus, a citizen of Alexandria
* Hari River, a river known in Latin as the Arius


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