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In Greek mythology, Glaucus was a Greek prophetic sea-god.
Glaucus, often transliterated to Glafkos, may also refer to:
- Glaucus of Messenia, A mythological king of Messenia, a Heraclid and a son of Aepytus
- Glaucus of Carystus, an Ancient Greek athlete
- Glaucus of Chios (c. 7th century BCE), Greek sculptor in metal
- Glaucus of Corinth, son of Sisyphus in Greek Mythology
- Glaucus of Crete, a Cretan prince and son of Minos
- Glaucus of Lycia, a son of Hippolokhos and a grandson of the hero, Bellerophon
- Apollonius Glaucus, 2nd-century Roman physician
- Glafcos Clerides (1919–2013), former President of Cyprus
- 1870 Glaukos, a Trojan asteroid
- Glaucus (gastropod), a genus of nudibranchs in the family Glaucidae
- Glaucus (mythology), characters named Glaucus in Greek mythology
- Glaucus (sculpture), a sculpture by the French artist Auguste Rodin
- The protagonist in the 1834 novel The Last Days of Pompeii by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
- Glaukos Linea, a linea on Europa
- Glaucus Sinus, now Gulf of Fethiye in Turkey
- Project Glaucus, an underwater habitat in Plymouth Sound
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