(From Ancient Greek φάλαγξ
)) can have many meanings, as the original Greek also did: The Greek meaning was one of a military formation, it consisted of four sides resembling a rectangle. For the most part this strategy worked but was the only form they had, many times the battle was lost if the formation was broken.
Phalanx may refer to:
- The falanges (legions of spirits) of the Brazilian Umbanda religion