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Callistus, Calistus, Callixtus, and Calixtus (all four in Latin) and Kallistos (in Greek; meaning the most beautiful one) may refer to:
- Saint Callixtus I, pope from about 217 to 222
- Pope Callixtus II, pope from 1119 to 1124
- Antipope Callixtus III, antipope from 1168 to 1178
- Pope Callixtus III, pope from 1455 to 1458
- Callistus, a Roman general of the 3rd century more commonly known as Balista
- Callistus Xanothopoulos, a patriarch of Constantinople
- Gaius Julius Callistus, a Greek freedman of the Roman emperor Caligula
- Georg Calixtus, a Lutheran theologian
- Georgius Calixtus, a 17th-century proponent of ecumenism
- Kallistos Ware, Metropolitan of Diokleia, an Orthodox assistant bishop in the UK
- Nicephorus Callistus Xanthopoulos, last of the Greek ecclesiastical historians, flourished around 1320
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