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Peter often is used to refer to Saint Peter, a disciple of Jesus Christ. It can also refer to many, many other people, of which only a few are listed here. This page only lists people commonly referred to as "Peter" and nothing else; for others, please see List of people named Peter.
- Saint Peter (died 68), Jesus' disciple
- Peter the Deacon (died 605), a confidant of Pope Gregory I and rector of Sicily
- Peter (Bishop of Pavia) (died 735), saint and Bishop of Pavia
- Peter (usurper) (6th century), Roman general
- Peter (curopalates) (died 602), Byzantine general and brother of Emperor Maurice
- Peter (floruit 926), Roman consul
- Peter I of Russia, or Peter the Great (1672–1725), the first Russian emperor
- Peter (actor) (born 1952), the stage name of Shinnosuke Ikehata, a Japanese dancer and actor who appeared in Akira Kurosawa's Ran
- "Peter" (Fringe), an episode of the television series Fringe
- "Peter" (short story), an 1892 short story by Willa Cather
- Peter (album), a 1993 EP by Canadian band Eric's Trip
- Peter, the Lord's cat, a cat who lived at Lord's Cricket Ground in London
- The Peter, or Peter Pomegranate, a 16th-century English warship
- Pete (disambiguation)
- Peters (disambiguation)
- Pierre (disambiguation)
- Piter (disambiguation)
- Petrus (disambiguation)
- All pages beginning with Peter, including many people with forename Peter
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