For the wasp genus in the subfamily Encyrtinae, see Choreia (wasp).
For the medical disorder, see Chorea.

Choreia (Ancient Greek: χορεία) is a circle dance accompanied by singing (see Greek chorus, choros), in ancient Greece. Homer refers to this dance in his epic poem, the Iliad.

Cognates of the name used to describe circle dances exist in a number of other countries:

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