Medea (disambiguation)


Medea (disambiguation)

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Medea is a figure in Greek mythology.

Medea may also refer to:

Arts

Ballet

Cinema

Literature

  • Medea: Harlan's World, a collection of short science-fiction stories
  • Medea, a novel by Christa Wolf
  • Medea, a character from the book series [[[The Icemark Chronicles]], created by Stuart Hill

Music

Opera

Painting

Theatre

Places

Science

Sea vessels

Other uses

See also

  • Madea, a fictional character created by Tyler Perry

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