Consul (disambiguation)

Consul (disambiguation)

A consul is one of a number of political officials.

All later Consuls and Consulates are ultimately derived from the Roman ones, in particular:

Consul may also refer to:

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Places

Vehicles

The arts

  • The Consul, opera by Gian-Carlo Menotti
  • The Honorary Consul, novel by Graham Greene
  • The Honorary Consul (film), 1983 adaptation of the Graham Greene novel

Other

See also

  • Consol (disambiguation)
  • Console (disambiguation)
  • Council (disambiguation)
  • Counsel

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