Theodore (disambiguation)

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*[[Theodore of Pavia|Theodore]], Bp. of Pavia, [[May 20]] (d. 778).
 
*[[Theodore of Pavia|Theodore]], Bp. of Pavia, [[May 20]] (d. 778).
 
*[[Theodore of Tarsus]], ABp. of Canterbury, [[September 19]] (d. 690)
 
*[[Theodore of Tarsus]], ABp. of Canterbury, [[September 19]] (d. 690)
*[[Theodore the Studite]], 8th-9th century monk, opponent of iconoclasm, and hymnographer [[November 11]].
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*[[Theodore the Studite]], monk, opponent of iconoclasm, and hymnographer [[November 11]] (d. 826).
 
*Patr. [[Theodore I of Rome]], [[November 24]] (d. 642)
 
*Patr. [[Theodore I of Rome]], [[November 24]] (d. 642)
*[[Theodorus and Theophanes|Theodorus]] "Graptos" ("the Written" [[December 27]] (d. 842) and [[Theodorus and Theophanes|Theophanes]] "Graptos" [[October 11]]
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*[[Theodorus the Branded]] (gr. "Graptos", ''"the Written"'', [[December 27]] (d. ''c,'' 840), brother of [[Theophanes the Confessor]].
 
*Theodore of Smolensk, Prince of Smolensk and Yaroslavl', 13th century
 
*Theodore of Smolensk, Prince of Smolensk and Yaroslavl', 13th century
 
*Theodore Kvelteli, Theodore Priest († 1609), Georgian hero.
 
*Theodore Kvelteli, Theodore Priest († 1609), Georgian hero.

Revision as of 17:52, August 15, 2011

Theodore may refer to any of the following saints:


It may refer to the Fool-for-Christs:

It may also refer to the Mother of God of St. Theodore (August 16), an icon named after Theodore Stratelates.

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