Prometheus (disambiguation)

Prometheus (disambiguation)

__NOTOC__In Greek mythology, Prometheus, or Prometheas is the Titan chiefly honored for stealing fire from the gods.

Prometheus may also mean:


*Prometheus (moon), the moon of Saturn
*1809 Prometheus, an asteroid.
* Prometheus (volcano), an active volcano on Jupiter's moon Io
* Prometheus Mesa, a mesa on Jupiter's moon Io


*Project Prometheus, NASA's nuclear propulsion program
*USS "Prometheus", multiple ships
*The Prometheus System, a liver dialysis system by Fresenius Medical Care AG
*"Prometheus", a GWR Iron Duke Class steam locomotive
* a European Research Project on driverless cars, EUREKA Prometheus Project



* "Prometheus Bound", by Aeschylus, 525-456 BC, a play
* "Prometheus" (Goethe), a poem by Goethe
* "Prometheus Unbound", two different plays, one from the Greek Golden Age and one from the 19th century by Percy Bysshe Shelley
*Prometheus (comics), the DC Comics supervillain
*Prometheus (Pantheon), a fictional member of the Marvel Comics Pantheon
* Prometheus Award, given in libertarian science fiction
* "Prometheus", a poem by George Gordon Byron, 6th Baron Byron
* "Prometheus", 1832 poem by Thomas Kibble Hervey
* "The Modern Prometheus", alternative title to "Frankenstein "
* "Promethidion", by Cyprian Norwid, a poem on Greek dialogue
* "Prometheus" - A short story by Franz Kafka.
* "Prometheus Rising", by Robert Anton Wilson, a non-fiction book

Film and television

*Prometheus and Bob, a claymation show on the Nickelodeon show "KaBlam!"
*Prometheus class starship, a fictional attack vessel from the "Star Trek" universe
*Prometheus (Stargate), a fictional vessel in "Stargate SG-1", first seen in the episode "Prometheus"
* "Prometheus", 1998 film by Tony Harrison, feature film with poetic dialogue linking the myth to industrial decline
* "Prometheus Unbound" was the 3rd episode of the second season of Beast Machines in which Noble's efforts to enter the Citadel reveal a shocking secret.
* "Prometheus", a space station in the first episode of

Visual arts

* "Prometheus", a mural at Pomona College, California, painted by José Clemente Orozco


* Prometheus chord/scale, a six-note chord more commonly referred to as the Mystic chord
* "Prometheus" (Liszt), by Franz Liszt, Symphonic Poem No. 5
* "", 1910 orchestral poem by Alexander Scriabin
* "", the most recent full-length released by symphonic black metal band Emperor
* "Prometheus" (art song), 1819 song by Franz Schubert
* Prometheus, stage name of Benji Vaughan, a British psychedelic trance musician
* "Prometheus", composition by Ludwig van Beethoven, "Die Geschöpfe des Prometheus", op. 43
* "Prometheus Unbound", by Granville Bantock, 1933, a work for brass band
* "Prometheus", 1968 opera by Carl Orff
* "Prometheus", by Luigi Nono, 1992, the "Prometeo" Suite
* "Prometheus Bound", by Charles-Valentin Alkan, Grande Sonate: Les Quatres Ages, fourth movement (50 Ans)

Publishing House

* "Prometheus Books", secular humanist publishing house founded in 1969 by Paul Kurtz


* "", a game published by White Wolf, Inc Game studios
* Prometheus, a video game character from "Mega Man ZX" series
* Prometheus, a computer game character from the "Earthsiege" and "Starsiege" series.
* Prometheus, a game by Quarternote software for Classic MacOS, renamed to [ Qrax] .
* Prometheus, the true name for the video game character Robo from Chrono Trigger


*Prometheus Radio Project helps create participatory media by assisting civil society groups in building community radio stations.
*Prometheus (tree), the name given to the oldest tree ever known, a 5000 yr old Bristlecone Pine
*Prometheism, a Polish project to weaken Tsarist Russia and the Soviet Union
*Prometheus Society, a High-IQ society.
*Prometheus Camp, Humanist coming of age summer camps in Finland, organised by the Prometheus Camp Association
* "American Prometheus", a biography of J. Robert Oppenheimer which received the 2006 Pulitzer Prize

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