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Pallas may refer to:

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Greco-Roman mythology

People

  • Marcus Antonius Pallas, a freedman and favorite of Emperor Claudius
  • Peter Simon Pallas, a German naturalist who explored the Urals, the Caspian Sea, China, and the Altai. Several mammal and bird species were named after him:

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