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It may also refer to:
- Thecla of Gaza, Christian martyr with Agapius
- Thecla of Alexandria, virgin, martyr, saint, and companion of Faustus, Abibus and Dionysius of Alexandria
- Thecla of Persia (4th century), martyr
- Saint Tetha (c. 5th century), virgin & saint, a Welsh nun credited with the establishment of St Teath in Cornwall
- Thecla Valloires, a 6th-century hermit
- Thecla Roubaix (died c. 881)
- Thecla of Aquileia, one of a group of virgins from Aquileia, Italy, martyred in the 1st century according to the "Acts of St. Hermagoras"
- Thecla of Kitzingen, a saint
- Princess Thecla of Georgia (1776–1846), member of the Georgian royal family
- Thecla Merlo (born Teresa Merlo), theologian who assisted in the founding and development of the Daughters of St. Paul in the 20th century
- Thecla Åhlander (1855-1925), Swedish stage and film actress
- Thecla Boesen (1910–1996), Danish film actress
- Municipality of Sainte-Thècle, Quebec, Canada
- Cathedral of St Thecla, the original Milan Cathedral
- St Tecla's Chapel at the Tarragona Cathedral in Spain
- Church of St. Thecla Welden, at Welden in Germany
- Church of St. Thecla, Quebec, Canada
- Thecla (genus), a butterfly genus
- All pages beginning with "thecla"
- All pages with a title containing thecla
- Thekla (disambiguation)
- Theca, in botany and developmental biology, a case, covering, or sheath
- Tekla, software company
- Takla (disambiguation)
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