List of Pagans

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This is a list of historical individuals notable for their Pagan religion, and modern individuals who self-describe as adherents of some form of Paganism or Neopaganism.

Ancient[edit]

Graeco-Roman[edit]

Historic Graeco-Roman pagans:

Celtic[edit]

Pagans among the ancient Celtic peoples (Roman Gaul, Roman Britain, Ireland)

Historic Celtic pagans:

Germanic[edit]

Historic Germanic pagans:

Slavic[edit]

Christianization of the Slavs took place in the 9th to 11th centuries, with a pagan reaction in Poland in the 1030s and conversion of the Polabian Slavs by the 1180s (see Wendish Crusade).

Baltic[edit]

Historic Baltic pagans:

Modern[edit]

Germanic Neopaganism[edit]

Germanic Neopagans include:

Neo-druidism[edit]

Further information: List of druids and neo-druids

Neo-druids include:

  • Bonewits, Isaac – author and scholar of several Druid and neopagan related books and articles
  • Carr-Gomm, Philip – current head of the Order of Bards, Ovates, and Druids.
  • Hutton, Ronald – scholar of British history; professor at University of Bristol, and author of books on the history of Neopaganism.
  • Pendragon, Arthur – leader of the Loyal Arthurian Warband, self-declared reincarnation of King Arthur.
  • Nichols, Ross – founder of the Order of Bards, Ovates, and Druids.
  • Restall Orr, Emma – Druid priestess, author, founder of the Druid Network.
  • Shallcrass, Philip – current head of the British Druid Order.

Wicca[edit]

Wiccans include:

Various or unspecified[edit]

Unspecified Neopagans include:

See also[edit]

References[edit]