|Named By:||Kaup in 1932|
|Time Period:||17-11 Ma Early Miocene - Middle Miocene|
|Classification:||| Chordata | Mammalia | Carnivora | Caniformia | Amphicyonidae | Amphicyoninae ||
Agnotherium is an extinct genus of large terrestrial carnivores belonging to the suborder Caniformia, family Amphicyonidae ("bear dog"), and which inhabited Eurasia and North Africa from the Early Miocene subepoch to the Middle Miocene subepoch 16.9--11.6 Mya, existing for approximately 5.3 million years.
Agnotherium was originally assigned to Thaumastocyonini by Ginsburg in 1977 and to Amphicyonidae by Carroll in 1988.