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Timotheus may refer to:
- Timotheus of Miletus, 5th century BC Greek poet and musician at the court of Archelaus I of Macedon
- Timotheus (general) 4th century BC, Athenian statesman and general, son of the general Conon
- Timotheus (sculptor), 4th century BC Greek sculptor who took part in the building of Mausoleum of Maussollos
- Timotheus of Heraclea, 4th century BC ruler of Heraclea Pontica, and the son of the tyrant Clearchus of Heraclea
- Timotheus (aulist), a late 4th century BC musician at the court of Alexander the Great
- Timotheus (Ammon), a 2nd century BC Ammonite opponent of Judas Maccabeus
- Saint Timothy, 1st century AD Christian leader
- Timotheus of Gaza, 5th century AD Greek grammarian active during the reign of Anastasius
- Pope Timothy II of Alexandria, also known as Timotheus Aelurus, 5th century AD monophysite bishop
- Daumantas of Pskov, also known as Timotheus of Pskov, 13th Century AD patron saint of the city of Pskov
- Léal Souvenir, a 1432 portrait by Jan van Eyck alternately known as Timotheus
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