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- Gerontius (commander), an early 4th-century Roman commander of Tomis
- Gerontius (general), an early 5th-century Roman general who was a key supporter of Constantine III, then rebelled against him
- Gerontius of Milan, bishop of Milan 462-465, saint
- Gerontius of Cervia, 6th-century Christian saint
- Gerontius, Metropolitan of Moscow, 1473-1489
- The Dream of Gerontius (poem), a dramatic religious poem by Cardinal Newman
- The Dream of Gerontius, a work for voices and orchestra by the English composer Edward Elgar which sets Newman's poem to music
- Gerontius, a 1989 novel by James Hamilton-Paterson
Gerontius is one of the names of the Old Took, a member hobbit in J.R.R. Tolkien's fantasy series, The Lord of the Rings.
- Geraint (disambiguation) (the Welsh form of Gerontius)
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