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Thekla may also refer to:
- Thekla, wife of Michael II (died c. 823), first Empress-consort of Michael II of the Byzantine Empire
- Thekla, daughter of Theophilos (c.822/823 - after 867), daughter of Emperor Theophilos of the Byzantine Empire, Augusta
- Thekla Knös (1817–1880), Swedish poet
- Thekla Schild (1890–1991), German architect
- Mother Thekla (1918–2011) Nun, academic and collaborator of John Tavener, English musician and composer
- The Thekla (Old Profanity Showboat), originally a cargo ship, now a music venue in Bristol, England
- Thekla, suburb in Leipzig, site of a subcamp of Buchenwald
- Thekla lark, species of lark
- Thekla, Inc., a game development company created by Jonathan Blow
- "Thekla: Eine Geisterstimme" poem by Schiller, set to music by (among others) Schubert
- The Thekla, a Norwegian ship which sank in 1893 leaving three crew stranded at sea who famously resorted to cannibalism
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- Thecla (disambiguation)
- Thelma (disambiguation)
- Tekla, software company
- Takla (disambiguation)
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