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Saint Simeon, Saint Symeon or Saint-Siméon may refer to:
- Simon Peter, 1st century AD; first of the Apostles, saint, martyr, first bishop of Antioch and Rome, calls himself "Simeon" in 2 Peter 1:1
- Simeon (Gospel of Luke), the Jerusalemite who first recognised the infant Jesus as "the Lord's Christ" (Luke 2:25-32)
- Simeon of Jerusalem (died 100s), 1st century AD; saint, martyr, and second bishop of Jerusalem
- Simeon, Archbishop of Seleucia and Ctesiphon 2nd century AD Christian martyr, died in 345
- Simeon Stylites (390–459), 5th-century AD Christian ascetic saint who lived for 37 years atop a pillar
- Simeon the Holy Fool, 6th-century saint from Syria
- Stefan Nemanja (1113–1199), 12th-century AD Orthodox Christian saint who unified Serb states
- Saint-Siméon, Eure, in the Eure département
- Saint-Siméon, Orne, in the Orne département
- Saint-Siméon, Seine-et-Marne, in the Seine-et-Marne département
- Saint-Siméon-de-Bressieux, in the Isère département
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