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Lamia is a daemon in Greek mythology.

Lamia may also refer to:

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Film and televisionEdit

  • Lamia (Stardust), the main antagonist in the 2007 fantasy film Stardust played by Michelle Pfeiffer
  • A character from the television series Neverwhere
  • A character from the television series Betterman
  • A character from the 1984 Polish movie Sexmission
  • The demon haunting the main character in the 2009 movie Drag Me To Hell
  • A character from the puppet series X-Bomber (renamed to Star Fleet when dubbed for the UK)

LiteratureEdit

  • "Lamia" (poem), a poem by John Keats
  • Lamia, play by Euripides
  • Lamia, dramatic romance by Thomas Hood
  • Characters who are born as vampires in L. J. Smith's Night World books
  • Lamia a work by the Italian humanist Angelo Poliziano, consisting of an opening oration, in which he offers a fable-tinted history of philosophy
  • A race of vampire-like creatures in the Tim Powers novel The Stress of Her Regard
  • Lamia, a family of characters in the Hyperion Cantos by Dan Simmons
  • The spirit of an ancient sword in the Korean manhwa Id
  • The mother of the main female vampire in Whitley Strieber's novel The Hunger

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