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The name Faustus primarily refers to Faust, the protagonist of the German legend.
Faustus may also refer to:
- Faustus (praenomen), a Latin personal name
- Faustus of Alexandria (died 250), priest and martyr
- Faustus of Byzantium, 5th-century Armenian historian
- Faustus of Milan (died 190), soldier and martyr
- Faustus of Mileve, 4th-century Manichean bishop known for his encounter with Augustine of Hippo
- Faustus of Riez, 5th-century bishop
- Faustus (son of Entoria), son of Saturn and Entoria and brother of Janus in Roman mythology
- Faustus, 4th-century martyr executed with Placidus
- Faustus, according to legend fathered incestuously by the 5th-century warlord Vortigern with his daughter
- Faustus, the Last Night, by Christopher Marlowe
- Faustus (band)
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