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Wise men can refer to:
- Biblical Magi, who follow the Star of Bethlehem in the New Testament
- Homo sapiens, a species of hominid of which modern humans are one subspecies
- Sanxing (deities), personified deities of good fortune, prosperity, and longevity in Chinese Buddhism and Taoism
- The Wise Men (book), 1986 book about American foreign policy elders during the Cold War
- Wise Men, 2013 novel by Stuart Nadler
- Wise Men of Gotham, early name for the people of Gotham, Nottinghamshire
- Wisemen (rap group), American hip-hop collective
- "Wisemen", 2005 pop rock song by James Blunt
- Three Wise Men (cocktail), drink made from mixing three different whiskeys
- Three Wise Men of the East (professional wrestling), term for three managers in the WWF during the 1970s and 1980s — Ernie Roth, Lou Albano, and Freddie Blassie
- Three Wise Men (Canadian politics), nickname for Quebec intellectuals Jean Marchand, Gérard Pelletier, and Pierre Trudeau, who were elected to Parliament in 1965
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