Athanasius (disambiguation)

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The name ''''Athanasius'''' is from Gk. Αθανάσιος, "Athanásios", which is from ''athanatos'' which means "immortal". It usually refers to our father among the saints '''[[Athanasius of Alexandria]]''', bishop of Alexandria and major theological writer in the fourth century.
 
  
It may also refer to the following [[saints]]:
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The name ''''Athanasius'''' from ''"Athanásios"'' (Gk. Αθανάσιος), derived from ''athanatos'' which means "immortal".
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This name usually refers to our father among the saints '''[[Athanasius of Alexandria]]''', bishop of Alexandria and major theological writer in the fourth century. It may also refer to the following [[saints]]:
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* Athanasius ο κομενταρήσιος ([[January 4]])  
 
* Athanasius ο κομενταρήσιος ([[January 4]])  
 
* '''[[Athanasius of Attalia]]''' the Martyr ([[January 7]]), Gr. Άτταλείας  
 
* '''[[Athanasius of Attalia]]''' the Martyr ([[January 7]]), Gr. Άτταλείας  
* '''[[Athanasius the Martyr]]''' ([[January 13]])
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* [[Athanasius the Martyr]] ([[January 13]])
 
* '''[[Athanasius of Alexandria]]''' ([[January 18]]), also known as '''Athanasius the Great''' (translation of relics celebrated ([[May 2]])
 
* '''[[Athanasius of Alexandria]]''' ([[January 18]]), also known as '''Athanasius the Great''' (translation of relics celebrated ([[May 2]])
 
*Athanasius the confessor ([[February 22]])
 
*Athanasius the confessor ([[February 22]])
*'''[[Athanasius the Martyr]]''' ([[March 9]])
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*[[Athanasius the Martyr]] ([[March 9]])
 
*Athanasius, founder of Meteora monasteries ([[April 20]])
 
*Athanasius, founder of Meteora monasteries ([[April 20]])
 
*[[Athanasius the Martyr]] ([[April 23]]), martyred from witchcraft.
 
*[[Athanasius the Martyr]] ([[April 23]]), martyred from witchcraft.

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The name 'Athanasius' from "Athanásios" (Gk. Αθανάσιος), derived from athanatos which means "immortal".

This name usually refers to our father among the saints Athanasius of Alexandria, bishop of Alexandria and major theological writer in the fourth century. It may also refer to the following saints:

Withough commemoration:

  • St. Athanasius of Limnos, new-martyr
  • St. Athanasius the Demondestroyer (Gr. Δαιμονοκαταλύτης)
  • St. Athanasius, Bishop of Chytron, Cyprus (Gr. Χυτρών, Κύπρου)

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