Proteus (disambiguation)

Proteus is an early Greek water god

Proteus may also refer to:



Characters in comicsEdit



  • Proteus syndrome, a very rare congenital disorder known mostly for its most famous sufferer Joseph Merrick (the Elephant Man)
  • Proteus-like syndrome, a condition similar to Proteus syndrome, but with an uncertain etiology


Software and hardwareEdit

In mediaEdit




Fictional vehiclesEdit

  • Proteus (submarine), the miniaturized submarine in the 1966 movie Fantastic Voyage
  • Proteus, a derelict spacecraft infested with alien spiders in the 1998 film Lost in Space
  • Proteus, a Strategic Cruiser class ship from the MMORPG Eve Online
  • Proteus, a new US Navy warship in a season 2 episode of New Captain Scarlet entitled Proteus



  • Proteus-eretes, the largest student rowing club in Delft, Netherlands
  • Proteus Gowanus, an interdisciplinary gallery and reading room founded in 2005 in Gowanus, Brooklyn, New York, United States
  • Krewe of Proteus, the second oldest parade krewe at New Orleans Mardi Gras


  • Proteus Airlines, a French regional airline with its head offices in Saint-Apollinaire, Côte-d'Or, France, near Dijon, and in Saint-Étienne
  • Studio Proteus, a Japanese manga import, translation and lettering company


  • E-mu Proteus, a series of sample playback synthesizers
  • Proteus, a board game by Steve Jackson Games
  • Proteus effect, an effect that appears when the behavior of an individual conforms to their digital self-representation
  • Proteus phenomenon, the tendency in science for early replications of a work to contradict the original findings, a consequence of publication bias

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