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Theodosius (from the Greek "Θεοδόσιος", "Given by god") is a name which might refer to one of several people:
- One of three emperors of ancient Rome and Byzantium:
- One of three popes of the Coptic Orthodox Church
- One of three Patriarchs of Alexandria
- One of three Dukes of Braganza
Others by the name are:
- Theodosius of Bithynia or Theodosius of Tripolis (c. 160 BC – c. 100 BC) was a Greek astronomer and mathematician
- Theodosius Florentini, a Swiss Capuchin monk, a founder of Catholic religious orders
- Theodosius the Cenobiarch (c. 423–529)
- Theodosius, bishop of Philadelphia, deposed at Council of Seleucia, 359
- Theodosius (son of Maurice) (583/585–602), eldest son and co-emperor of the Byzantine emperor Maurice
- Theodosius the Deacon, a 10th-century Byzantine poet who wrote the poem "The Conquest of Crete"
- Theodosius of Kiev, 11th-century Russian saint
- Theodosius, Metropolitan of Moscow (1461–1464)
- Metropolitan Theodosius (Lazor), former primate of the Orthodox Church in America (1933– )
- Theodosius Dobzhansky, noted geneticist and evolutionary biologist
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