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Cassian may refer to:
- St. Cassian of Imola (4th-century–363), fourth century Christian martyr
- St. Cassian of Autun (died 350), fourth century Christian bishop of Autun
- St. John Cassian the ascetic (360–435), 5th century French Christian saint and author.
- St. Marcellus the Centurion, martyr of Tingis, sometimes called "Cassian"
- Cassian Sakowicz (1578–1647), Orthodox activist and, later, a Catholic theologian, writer, and polemicist
- Cassian of Tangier (3rd-century–298), Christian saint of the 3rd century
- Cassian Elwes (born 1959), British film producer
- Ed Cassian (1867–1918), former Major League Baseball player
- Nina Cassian (1924–2014), Romanian writer
- Brigant Cassian (1889–1957), priest and education worker in Hong Kong
- Cassian Delsar (born 1982), Australian ice hockey player currently playing for the Adelaide Adrenaline
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