Cadmus (disambiguation)


Cadmus (disambiguation)

Cadmus may have a number of meanings:

*Cadmus, in Greek mythology the son of the Phoenician king of Tyre and brother of Europa
*Mount Cadmus, a mountain in Asia Minor
*Project Cadmus, a government organization in DC Comics
*Cadmus of Miletus, a 6th century BC logographer
*Cadmus of Kos, tyrant of Zancle, son of Scythes
*Paul Cadmus, an American artist
*Cadmus, a German mainframe computer brand in 1980s and 1990s
*HMS|Cadmus, five ships of the Royal Navy


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