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Beatus, meaning blessed in Medieval Latin, may mean:
- One who has been beatified, the stage before being declared a saint
- The Commentary on the Apocalypse, (i.e. Book of Revelation), especially in illuminated manuscript form, written by Saint Beatus of Liébana
- Beatus initial, the B of "Beatus vir..." ("Blessed is the man..."), usually given the most elaborate decoration in an illuminated psalter
- Beatus vir (from Psalm 112) is the title of many compositions including :
- Beatus vir (1641) from Monteverdi's Selva morale e spirituale
- Beatus vir, ZWV 75, 76, et 77, by Jan Dismas Zelenka
- Beatus vir, RV597 et RV598, by Vivaldi
- Beatus vir, MH 410, MH 398, by Michael Haydn
- Beatus Vir (Górecki), opus 38 (1979), by Górecki
- Beatus vir, Seibel 26, 27, and 28 by Johann David Heinichen
- "Beatus", a song by Serj Tankian from Imperfect Harmonies
- Beatus of Lungern or Saint Beatus of Beatenberg or Thun, a semi-legendary figure who is considered the saint of Switzerland
- Saint Beatus, Bishop of Amiens, France in the 5th century
- Saint Beatus of Liébana, a Spanish monk who lived in the 8th century, in San Martin de Turieno in Liebana.
- Beatus of Vendôme, a semi-legendary saint of Vendôme
- Beatus Rhenanus (1485 -1547) (also known as Beatus Bild), a German humanist, religious reformer, and classical scholar
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