Appian (disambiguation)

Appian (disambiguation)

If you searched for Appian you may be looking for:
* Appian, a Roman historian, born about 95 CE in Alexandria
* Appian Way (Via Appia), an important ancient Roman road, constructed by Appius Claudius Caecus, who also built the Aqua Appia, the first Roman aqueduct.
* St. Appian, a 4th century martyr
* Appian Publications & Recordings, a British company specialising in the restoration and re-issue of early recordings of classical music
* Appian Corporation, an American software company that specializes in business process management software and consulting.
* "A Naked Girl on the Appian Way", a Broadway play by Richard Greenberg
* Appian Graphics, a defunct graphics company

See also
* Appia (disambiguation)
* Apian


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