Theodore (disambiguation)

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* Great Martyrs and Warrior saints:
 
* Great Martyrs and Warrior saints:
**[[Theodore the Stratelates|Theodore Stratelates]] ("the General"), "of Heraclea", ("the General"); [[February 8]] (d. 319)
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*[[Theodore the Stratelates|Theodore Stratelates]] ("the General"), "of Heraclea", ("the General"); [[February 8]] (d. 319)
**[[Theodore the Tyro]] ("the Recruit"), Amasea of Turkey [[February 17]] (d. 306)
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*[[Theodore the Tyro]] ("the Recruit"), Amasea of Turkey [[February 17]] (d. 306)
 
*[[Theodore Trichinas]], "Hair-Shirt Wearer", [[April 20]]. (d. 4th-5th C)
 
*[[Theodore Trichinas]], "Hair-Shirt Wearer", [[April 20]]. (d. 4th-5th C)
 
*[[Theodore the Sykeote]], Bp. of Anastasiopolis, [[April 22]] (d. 613)
 
*[[Theodore the Sykeote]], Bp. of Anastasiopolis, [[April 22]] (d. 613)
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*Patr. [[Theodore I of Rome]], [[November 24]] (d. 642)
 
*Patr. [[Theodore I of Rome]], [[November 24]] (d. 642)
 
*[[Theodore the Branded|Theodore Graptus "the Branded"]], confessor, brother of St. [[Theophanes the Confessor|Theophanes the Hymnographer and Confessor]] (see [[October 11]]), [[December 27]] (d. ''c,'' 840).
 
*[[Theodore the Branded|Theodore Graptus "the Branded"]], confessor, brother of St. [[Theophanes the Confessor|Theophanes the Hymnographer and Confessor]] (see [[October 11]]), [[December 27]] (d. ''c,'' 840).
*Theodore of Smolensk, Prince of Smolensk and Yaroslavl', 13th century
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*[[Theodore of Smolensk]], Prince of Smolensk and Yaroslavl', 13th century
 
*Theodore Kvelteli, Theodore Priest († 1609), Georgian hero.
 
*Theodore Kvelteli, Theodore Priest († 1609), Georgian hero.
 
*Theodore of Komogovo
 
*Theodore of Komogovo

Latest revision as of 18:13, November 10, 2012

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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