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Hermogenes is a Greek name (Ἑρμογένης). It may refer to:
- Hermogenes (potter) (fl. c. 550 BCE), Attic Greek potter
- Hermogenes (philosopher) (fl. c. 400 BCE), Greek
- Hermogenes of Priene (fl. c. 200 BCE), Greek architect
- Hermagoras of Aquileia (also called Hermogenes, died c. 70) Christian bishop
- Hermogenes, magician in The Golden Legend
- Hermogenes of Tarsus (fl. late 2nd century), Roman-era rhetorician and historian
- Hermogenes (magister officiorum), (fl. 530s), Byzantine official and military leader
- Hermogenes (4th cent.), son of Hermogenes, Christian priest of Caesarea (Cappadocia), predecessor of Dianius, and scribe/author of the Nicene Creed (Bas. ep. 81.244.9, 263.3)
- Patriarch Hermogenes (died 1612), Russian religious leader
- Hermogenes, Bishop of Tobolsk and Siberia (1858–1918), Russian religious leader
- Hermógenes Fonseca (born 1908), Brazilian footballer
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