Charon (disambiguation)

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Charon, in Greek mythology, is the ferryman who carried the souls of the dead to the underworld.

Charon may also refer to:

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Popular culture[edit]



  • Alexios Charon, early 11th-century Byzantine offici
  • Charon Asetoyer (born 1951), Comanche activist and women's health advocate
  • Carl Charon (born 1940), former American football player
  • Jacques Charon (1920–1975), French actor and film director
  • Jean-Émile Charon (1920–1998), French nuclear physicist, philosopher and writer.
  • Joel M. Charon, professor emeritus of sociology at Minnesota State University at Moorhead
  • Rita Charon (born 1949), physician and literary scholar
  • Viala Charon (1794–1880), French soldier, Governor General of Algeria, Senator of France
  • Charon, a Theban military commander (fl. mid-4th century BC); see Androcydes

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