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Anastasia is a Greek female given name, deriving from "Αναστασία", the Greek word for "resurrection". It may also refer to:
- Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia (1901–1918), was the youngest daughter of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia. Her father abdicated the throne amidst the Russian revolution. Anastasia was eventually assassinated with her family.
- Albert Anastasia, New York City Cosa Nostra boss and leader of the gang known as Murder, Inc.
- Anastasia Gloushkov (born 1985), Israeli Olympic synchronized swimmer
- Anastasia Tremaine, one of Cinderella's stepsisters in the Disney film Cinderella
- Anastasia "Jane Vaughn" Valieri, a fictional character in Degrassi: The Next Generation
- Princess Anastasia of Greece and Denmark
- Anna Anderson - Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia impostor who used the name Anastasia until her death.
- Anastasia (1956 film), an American historical drama film
- Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna (1986 film), an American television miniseries depicting events from December, 1916 to 1938.
- Anastasia (1997 film), an American animated musical film which was loosely based on the life and myths of Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia who was the daughter of Tsar Nicholas II, Russia's last tsarist ruler.
- Anastasia (band), a Macedonian music group
- Anastacia, the American singer/songwriter
- "Yes, Anastasia," a song from the Tori Amos album Under the Pink
- Anastasia (soundtrack), the soundtrack to the 1997 film
- "Anastasia" by Slash, with the band album Apocalyptic Love
- Anastasia Island, an island off the northeast Atlantic coast of Florida in the United States
- Anastasia, Alberta, small hamlet in Alberta, Canada
- St. Anastasia Island, a Bulgarian islet in the Black Sea
- Anastasia, Cheshire, UK, a hamlet suburb of Ellesmere Port, UK
- 824 Anastasia, a minor planet (asteroid) orbiting the Sun
- Anastasia, the most famous of fictional hero Dan Dare's spacecraft
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