Patrician (disambiguation)


Patrician (disambiguation)

A patrician was a member of an elite family in ancient Rome, or in medieval Italian cities; the term was subsequently used loosely for elites in many countries; the post-Roman history is covered at Patricianship.

Patrician may also refer to:

* HMCS "Patrician", a Thornycroft M class destroyer
* HMS "Patrician", a Thornycroft M class destroyer
* Packard Patrician, an automobile
* Patrician (Christianity), an adjective referring to St. Patrick
* Patrician of Ankh-Morpork, a fictional politician in the "Discworld" book series
* The Patrician (video game), a series of historical trading simulation computer games

ee also

* Youngstown Patricians


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