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Callistratus may refer to:
- Callistratus of Aphidnae (died c. 350 BC), Athenian politician of the 4th century BC
- Callistratus (grammarian), Alexandrian writer of the 2nd century BC
- Callistratus (jurist), Roman legal writer active in the 3rd century AD
- Callistratus (sophist), Greek writer of the 3rd or 4th century AD
- Callistratus, an Athenian poet, known only as the author of a drinking song in honor of Harmodius and Aristogeiton (c. 500 BC)
- Callistratus, the producer of Aristophanes' comedies Banqueters, Babylonians and Acharnians (and his collaborator in the production of Birds, Lysistrata, and Frogs)
- Domitius Callistratus, a historian of perhaps the 1st century BC, author of local histories of Heraclea Pontica and Samothrace
- Callistratus, a saint of the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox churches who is said to have inspired forty-nine soldiers to Christian martyrdom in Carthage in the 4th century AD
- Callistratus of Georgia (1866–1952), Catholicos-Patriarch of All Georgia 1932–1952
- Callistratus, previous name of a Canadian research vessel, later renamed CCGS W. E. Ricker
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