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Sophronius has been the name of several notable individuals:
- Saint Sophronius of Jerusalem (560–638), Patriarch of Jerusalem who negotiated the surrender of Jerusalem to the Muslim caliph Umar I in 637
- Patriarch Sophronius I of Constantinople, patriarch from 1463 to 1464
- Patriarch Sophronius II of Constantinople
- Patriarch Sophronius III of Constantinople, also known as Patriarch Sophronius IV of Alexandria
- Patriarch Sophronius I of Alexandria
- Patriarch Sophronius II of Alexandria
- Patriarch Sophronius III of Alexandria
- Saint Sophronius of Vratsa (1739–1813), a Bulgarian cleric and one of the leading figures of the early Bulgarian National Revival
- Sophronius Jaabir of the Global Chalet
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