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Zosimus, Zosimos, or Zosimas may refer to:
- Zosimos of Samosata, mosaicist (Zeugma mosaics)
- Zosimus (martyr) (died 110), Christian martyr who was executed in Umbria, Italy
- Zosimus of Rufus and Zosimus (died 107), Christian saints
- Zosimus the Hermit, third century Christian ascetic
- Zosimos of Panopolis, also known as Zosimus Alchemista, third century alchemist
- Zosimus, bishop of Naples, c. 356 – c. 362
- Zosimus the Epigrammist in Anthologia Graeca
- Pope Zosimus (died 418), born in Mesoraca, Calabria, who reigned from 417 to his death in 418
- Zosimas of Palestine (c. 460 – c. 560), Eastern Orthodox saint
- Zosimus, also known as Zosimus Historicus, 5th century Byzantine historian
- Ioane-Zosime (John-Zosimos), tenth century Georgian monk and hymnist
- Zosimus, Metropolitan of Moscow (died 1494), Metropolitan of Moscow and Russia from 1490, author of the Third Rome conception
- Zosimo Paredes (born 1948), Filipino politician.
- Zozimus (c. 1794–1846), Irish street rhymer
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