Plato (disambiguation)


Plato (disambiguation)

Plato was a Greek philosopher.

Plato may also refer to:

People

*Plato (comic poet), an Athenian comic poet
*Plato of Bactria, a Hellenistic king in Afghanistan
*Plato (footballer), a Brazilian soccer player
*Platon (bishop of Tallinn) (born Paul Kulbusch), Orthodox bishop of Tallinn and all Estonia, murdered 1919
*Dana Plato, the actress who played Kimberly Drummond on the television series "Diff'rent Strokes"
*Jason Plato, a British racing car driver
*Samuel Plato, a 20th-century African American
*Nikolaos Platon, a Greek archaeologist

Places

*Plato (crater), a lunar crater named after the philosopher
*Plato, Indiana, a small town in the United States
*Plato, Magdalena, a town in Colombia

Other uses

*PLATO (computer system), a pioneering mainframe-based time-sharing system for computer assisted instruction
*PLATO (Package for Linear Combination of Atomic Orbitals), a computational chemistry software package
* PLATO (Spacecraft), the proposed Planetary Transits and Oscillations of stars spacecraft.
* "Plato" (spider), a spider genus (Theridiosomatidae)
*Plato scale, the scale for measuring the gravity of beer wort and distilled spirits
*Plato's Retreat, a 1970s era club

Platon

Platon is another name for Plato, the philosopher, which redirects to Plato. Platon may also refer to:

* Platon (photographer) (b. 1968)
* Platon, an LG Electronics brand of CRT TVs


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