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Theodora may refer to:
- Theodora (given name), a given name of Greek origin, meaning "God's gift"
- Theodora (wife of Justinian I), 6th century Byzantine (Eastern Roman) empress, wife of Justinian I, considered a saint by the Greek Orthodox Church
- Theodora of Khazaria, 7th century Byzantine (Eastern Roman) empress, wife of Justinian II
- Theodora (wife of Theophilos), Byzantine (Eastern Roman) empress in the 9th century
- Theodora, wife of Romanos I, 10th century Byzantine (Eastern Roman) empress, wife of Romanos I
- Theodora, daughter of Constantine VII, 10th century Byzantine (Eastern Roman) empress, wife of John I Tzimiskes
- Theodora (11th century), Byzantine (Eastern Roman) empress who ruled 1055-1056
- Theodora Doukaina Vatatzina, 13th century Byzantine (Eastern Roman) empress, wife of Michael VIII Palaiologos
Empresses of Trebizond
- Theodora Axuchina, empress consort of Alexios I of Trebizond
- Theodora of Trebizond, empress regnant from 1284 to 1285
- Theodora Kantakouzene, empress consort of Alexios III of Trebizond
- Theodora Kantakouzene, wife of Alexios IV of Trebizond, empress consort of Alexios IV of Trebizond
- Flavia Maximiana Theodora, daughter of the Roman Emperor Maximian and second wife of the Emperor Constantius I Chlorus
- Episcopa Theodora, mother of Pope Paschal I in the 9th century
- Theodora (senatrix), Roman senatrix and mother of Marozia; concubine to Pope Sergius III
- Theodora Komnene (disambiguation), several
- Theodora Tocco, despoina consort of Constantine, Despot in Morea (later Constantine XI Palaiologos).
- Theodora (Roman martyr), 2nd-century Christian martyr and saint
- Theodora and Didymus, early Christian martyrs
- Theodora (Handel) (HWV 68), an oratorio by George Frideric Handel, based on the story of Theodora and Didymus
- Theodora of Alexandria Eastern Orthodox saint
- Theodora of Arta 13th century, Empress of Epirus
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