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Cyprian (c. 200–258) was bishop of Carthage and a notable Early Christian writer and saint.
Cyprian may also refer to:
- Cyprian or Cypriot, someone or something from Cyprus
- Aphrodite or Cyprian, a goddess in Greek mythology
- Cyprian, Metropolitan of Moscow
- Cyprian and Justina, Christian saints
- Cyprian of Toulon, saint
- Cyprian (Bishop of Wrocław)
- St Cyprian's Cathedral, Kimberley, an Anglican cathedral in South Africa
- St Cyprian's, Clarence Gate, an Anglican church in London
- St. Cyprian's Church, Sneinton, an Anglican church in Nottingham
- St. Cyprian's Church, Hay Mills, an Anglican church in Birmingham
- St Cyprian's Church, Lenzie
- St. Cyprian's School, Cape Town, a school in South Africa
- St Cyprian's Grammar School, Kimberley, a school in South Africa
- St Cyprian's School, a school in England
People with the given name
- Ciprian, a given name
- Cyprianus Gallus, poet
- Cypriot (disambiguation)
- Saint-Cyprien (disambiguation), various places
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