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Justinian (from Latin: Iustinianus) may refer to:
Surname or single name
- Giustiniani, a Venetian family
- Iustinianus, Roman general in Britain
- Justinian I the Great (483–565), Byzantine Emperor from 527 to 565 noted for his codification of Law
- Justinian II Rhinotmetus (669–711), Byzantine Emperor from 685 to 695 and again from 705 to 711
- Justinian (general) (c. 525–582), Byzantine general, nephew of Justinian I
- Justinian of Ramsey Island (Jestin, Iestin), 6th-century Welsh hermit
- Justinian, Patriarch of Romania (born Ioan Marina; 1901–1977), Patriarch of the Romanian Orthodox Church from 1948 to 1977
- Sir Justinian Isham, 2nd Baronet (1610–1675), English scholar and politician
- James Justinian Morier (1782–1849), British diplomat and author
- Justinian Rweyemamu (1942–1982), Tanzanian economist and mathematician
- Justinian Serédi (1884–1945), Roman Catholic cardinal and Primate of Hungary
- Justinian Tamusuza (born 1951), Ugandan composer
- Justiniana Prima, a Byzantine city that existed from 535 to 615.
- Justinian, a storeship sent to the convict settlement at New South Wales in 1790
- SS Justinian, a Norwegian cargo ship in service 1946-54
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