Hecate (disambiguation)


Hecate (disambiguation)

Hecate is an ancient Greek goddess.

Hecate or Hekate may also refer to:

In fiction:
* Hecate (Dune), a fictional character in the "Legends of Dune" series of books
* Hecate (Marvel Comics), a Marvel Comics character
* A character in "Shakugan no Shana" (see List of "Shakugan no Shana" characters)
* Hecate Chief witch/Goddess of Witchcraft in Macbeth

In military:

* HMS "Hecate" (A137), a Royal Navy deep ocean survey vessel of the Hecla Class
* PGM Mini-Hecate .338, powerful French-designed and -manufactured sniper rifle
* USS "Etlah" (1864), a single-turreted, twin-screw monitor, briefly named USS "Hecate"
* PGM Hecate II, a French anti-materiel rifle and the standard heavy sniper rifle of the French Army

In music:

* Hecate (artist), a breakcore artist
* Hecate Enthroned, symphonic black metal band from the North of England

In other fields:

* 100 Hekate, an asteroid
* 2,5-Dimethoxy-4-ethylamphetamine, a psychedelic drug known as HECATE
* Hecate Strait, a wide body of water separating the Queen Charlotte Islands from the mainland of British Columbia
* Hecate, an 0-8-0 tank locomotive built for the Kent & East Sussex Railway, possibly intended for use on the Headcorn & Maidstone Junction Light Railway.


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