Solon (disambiguation)

Solon (disambiguation)

Solon was an early pre-Socratic thinker; the Solon language is a member of the Tungusic family.

Solon may also refer to:


Any of six places in the United States bearing the name "Solon":
*Solon, Ohio
*Solon, Iowa
*Solon, Maine
*Solon, New York
*South Solon, Ohio
*Solon Springs, Wisconsin, a town south of Superior, named after Thomas Solon


* Ewen Solon, an English actor native to New Zealand, mostly known for roles in "Maigret" (a detective programme) and "The Revenue Men"
* Laura Solon
* Vivian Solon

Given name

* Solon Bixler, guitarist for Great Northern

In popular culture

*Sacramento Solons, any of several minor league baseball teams in Sacramento, California bearing that name
*Mehendri Solon, a mad scientist from the "Doctor Who" serial "The Brain of Morbius"

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