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The name Donatus can refer to the following people:
- Aelius Donatus, a Roman grammarian and teacher of rhetoric
- Donatus (Hunnic Khan), a Khan of the Eastern Black Sea Huns, c. 412 AD; preceded by Uldin and succeeded by Charaton
Churchmen and saints
- Saint Donatus of Muenstereifel, 2nd century military martyr and a patron against lightning
- Saints Donatus, Romulus, Secundian, and 86 Companions, 3rd century
- Saint Donatus of Arezzo, bishop of Arezzo (?-362) (feast day: August 7)
- Saint Donatus of Thmuis, 4th-century martyr and successor of the also martyred St. Phileas as bishop of Thmuis, a city of Lower Egypt in the Roman province Augustamnica Prima, suffragan of Pelusium
- Donatus Magnus, a 4th-century bishop of Carthage and leader of the Donatist sect of Christianity
- Saint Donatus of Evorea, otherwise Donatus of Butrint, bishop of Evorea (d. 387) (feast day: April 30)
- The monk Donatus (5th century) who left Roman Africa during one of the Vandal persecutions and established monastic life in Valencia, Spain
- Saint Donatus of Orleans, hermit on Mount Jura, France (d. ca. 535, feast day August 19)
- Saint Donatus of Fiesole, an Irish monk who became bishop of Fiesole in 824 (feast day October 22)
- Saint Donatus of Zadar, Dalmatian bishop from early 9th century (feast day February 25).
- Saint Donatus, a Christian martyr of Sicily. See Saint Placidus (martyr).
- Saint Donatus, a companion of the African Saint Quirinus (feast day June 3).
- Saint Donatus of Libya
- Saint Donatus of Besançon, bishop of Besançon (7th century)
- Saint Donatus of Ripacandida, 12th-century Benedictine monk
- Donatus (Bishop of Killala), fl. 1244
- St. Donatus, Iowa, a community in the United States
- Saint Donatus Catholic Church, a parish of the Roman Catholic Church located in St. Donatus, Iowa
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