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Valerianus is a Roman cognomen derived from Valerius.
Valerianus may refer to:
- Publius Licinius Valerianus Augustus, a Roman emperor usually referred to as Valerian (253-260)
- Valerianus Minor (died 268), a son of the emperor
- Publius Licinius Cornelius Valerianus or Valerian II (died 257 or 258), Roman Caesar, son of Emperor Gallienus and grandson of Emperor Valierian
- Marius Valerianus, a Roman governor of Britannia Inferior, probably sometime between 221 and 222/223
- Priscus Valerianus (fl. c. 450-456), Roman praetorian prefect
- An Archbishop of Aquileia (369-388)
- A bishop of the Ancient Diocese of Auxerre
- Valerianus Magnus (1586–1661), Italian Capuchin missionary preacher in central Europe
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