Dias (Ancient Greek: Διάς) was a city of ancient Lycia mentioned by Stephanus of Byzantium. It has been suggested, with some uncertainty, that a coin minted at Dias is in the collection of the British Museum..
Its site is unlocated.
Dias or DIAS may refer to:
Desmoteplase In Acute Stroke, a series of clinical trials investigating the clinical efficacy of desmoteplase, a thrombolytic agent, in treating acute ischaemic stroke
Destruction in Art Symposium
Detaşamentul de Poliţie pentru Intervenţie Rapidă (Special Actions and Interventions Detachment), a former name of Romanian police rapid response units
Dias (surname), a common surname in the Portuguese language, namely in Portugal and Brazil. It is cognate to the Spanish language surname Díaz
Dias (Lycia), a city of ancient Lycia
Direct Internet Access System
Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies
Viola (trawler), a steam trawler built in 1906 as the Viola and renamed Dias
Dias (Δίας), the Modern Greek name for god Zeus
Dias (ΔΙ.ΑΣ), a police motorcycle unit of the Hellenic Police
Reversal film, a type of photographic film that produces a positive image on a transparent base; diafilm, diapositives
Copernicus Data and Information Access Services (DIAS), a European Commission initiative aimed at facilitating and standardizing access to satellite data.