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* Ducas (fem Ducaena) (BM159) Constantine X, basilicus 1059-1067; Alexius V, * basilicus 1204
 
* Ducas (fem Ducaena) (BM159) Constantine X, basilicus 1059-1067; Alexius V, * basilicus 1204
   
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* Eirenikos (BM 444) Theodore II, patriarch of Constantinople
 
* Eirenikos (BM 444) Theodore II, patriarch of Constantinople
 
* Eroticus (AC 335) Manuel 10c prefect,
 
* Eroticus (AC 335) Manuel 10c prefect,
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* Flaccilla (BM 491) Aelia, augusta, first wife of Theodosius I
 
* Flaccilla (BM 491) Aelia, augusta, first wife of Theodosius I
   
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* Gabalas (BM 525) John
 
* Gabalas (BM 525) John
 
* Gabras (AC 350) Theodore, general,
 
* Gabras (AC 350) Theodore, general,
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=== Male First Names ===
 
=== Male First Names ===
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Abramius (BP 2)<br>
 
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====A====
Achmet (PL 564) author<br>
 
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* Abramius (BP 2)<br>
Adrian () son-in-law Constantine X<br>
 
Aemilianus (BM 581) patriarch of Antioch<br>
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* Achmet (PL 564) author<br>
Alakaseus (AC 303) spy of Alexius I,<br>
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* Adrian () son-in-law Constantine X<br>
Alexander (BM 197) emperor 912-913<br>
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* Aemilianus (BM 581) patriarch of Antioch<br>
Alexandros (PL 571) Metropolitan of Nicea<br>
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* Alakaseus (AC 303) spy of Alexius I,<br>
Alexius / Alexios (BM 6) several, first is 1081-1118<br>
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* Alexander (BM 197) emperor 912-913<br>
Ammonathas (BP 8) monophystite priest<br>
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* Alexandros (PL 571) Metropolitan of Nicea<br>
  +
* Alexius / Alexios (BM 6) several, first is 1081-1118<br>
Ammonios (BM 347) komes<br>
 
Amyntas (BM 54) of Galatia<br>
+
* Ammonathas (BP 8) monophystite priest<br>
  +
* Ammonios (BM 347) komes<br>
Anastasius (BP 13) several, first is 491-518<br>
 
Andronicus / Andronikos (BM 88) several, first is 1183-1185<br>
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* Amyntas (BM 54) of Galatia<br>
  +
* Anastasius (BP 13) several, first is 491-518<br>
Annius (BM 277) Plocamus <br>
 
  +
* Andronicus / Andronikos (BM 88) several, first is 1183-1185<br>
Anthemius (BM 219) architect of Constantinople for Justinian I, () another is Prefect of the East under Constantine I<br>
 
Apasios (BP 92) <br>
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* Annius (BM 277) Plocamus <br>
  +
* Anthemius (BM 219) architect of Constantinople for Justinian I, () another is Prefect of the East under Constantine I<br>
Apion (BM 464)<br>
 
  +
* Apasios (BP 92) <br>
Appollos (BM 347) hypodektes of Ammonios<br>
 
  +
* Apion (BM 464)<br>
Apocauchus () High Admiral in 1346<br>
 
Areobindus () Consul in 506<br>
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* Appollos (BM 347) hypodektes of Ammonios<br>
  +
* Apocauchus () High Admiral in 1346<br>
Arcadius (BM 17) Emperor 395-408<br>
 
  +
* Areobindus () Consul in 506<br>
Archelus (BM 389)<br>
 
Arintheus (BM 366)<br>
+
* Arcadius (BM 17) Emperor 395-408<br>
Armatus (BM243)<br>
+
* Archelus (BM 389)<br>
Arsenios (BL 33) patriarch 13c,<br>
+
* Arintheus (BM 366)<br>
Artemios (tb 27) saint,<br>
+
* Armatus (BM243)<br>
Artavasdus () 741-743<br>
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* Arsenios (BL 33) patriarch 13c,<br>
Athanasios (BL 2) patriarch 14c,<br>
+
* Artemios (tb 27) saint,<br>
  +
* Artavasdus () 741-743<br>
Asticus (BM 461)<br>
 
Autoreianas (BL 41)<br>
+
* Athanasios (BL 2) patriarch 14c,<br>
  +
* Asticus (BM 461)<br>
Bacchus / Bakchos (MoL 145) saint, married to St Serge<br>
 
  +
* Autoreianas (BL 41)<br>
Bardas (PL556) founder of Magnaura University, another a rival of Basil II,<br>
 
  +
Basil (BM 196) several, first is 867-886
 
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====B====
Basilicus (BM 398) 475-476
 
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* Bacchus / Bakchos (MoL 145) saint, married to St Serge<br>
Belisarius (BM 165) general under Justinian
 
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* Bardas (PL556) founder of Magnaura University, another a rival of Basil II,<br>
Bessarion (BP 128) religious name of 15c cleric who became a Latin Cardinal,
 
  +
* Basil (BM 196) several, first is 867-886
Caecilianus (BM 331)
 
Callinicus (BM 410) patricus
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* Basilicus (BM 398) 475-476
  +
* Belisarius (BM 165) general under Justinian
Calliparius (BM 430) krites kai exisotes
 
  +
* Bessarion (BP 128) religious name of 15c cleric who became a Latin Cardinal,
Candidus (BM 261) bishop of Sergiopolis
 
  +
Carausius (BM 378)
 
  +
====C====
Catacalon (BM 581) Tarchaneiotes
 
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* Caecilianus (BM 331)
Cecaumenus (PL 608) aristocrat 11c,
 
Chostantin (BM 538) Critopoulo
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* Callinicus (BM 410) patricus
  +
* Calliparius (BM 430) krites kai exisotes
Christodoulos () first Abbot of St John at Patmos 11c
 
Comentiolus (BM 415) brother of Phocas
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* Candidus (BM 261) bishop of Sergiopolis
Constans (BM 222) 641-668
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* Carausius (BM 378)
Constantine (BM 280) 668-85
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* Catacalon (BM 581) Tarchaneiotes
  +
* Cecaumenus (PL 608) aristocrat 11c,
Cosmas (BM 656) general, also trader and writer of an account of a journey to Malabar in 522, also patriarch under Alexius I, name also used by Bulgars
 
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* Chostantin (BM 538) Critopoulo
Curticius (AC 382) Basilacius, 12c rebel,
 
  +
* Christodoulos () first Abbot of St John at Patmos 11c
Cyril / Cyrillus () Saint and missionary
 
  +
* Comentiolus (BM 415) brother of Phocas
Dabatenus (BM 438) doux
 
  +
* Constans (BM 222) 641-668
Damian (BL 93) saint
 
Daniel (BM 112) abbot
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* Constantine (BM 280) 668-85
  +
* Cosmas (BM 656) general, also trader and writer of an account of a journey to Malabar in 522, also patriarch under Alexius I, name also used by Bulgars
David () Emperor of Trebizond 1458-1461)
 
  +
* Curticius (AC 382) Basilacius, 12c rebel,
Demetrius / Demetrios (BL 49) saint, patron of Thessalonika
 
  +
* Cyril / Cyrillus () Saint and missionary
Dionysios (BL 117) 15c bishop of Philippopolis,
 
  +
Domnus (BM 377) magister
 
  +
====D====
Dositheos (BP 129) 15c metropolitan,
 
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* Dabatenus (BM 438) doux
Elias (AC 314)
 
  +
* Damian (BL 93) saint
Enrico (BM 334) Dandalo, patriarch of Grado
 
  +
* Daniel (BM 112) abbot
Epiphanius (BM 268) protospatharios
 
  +
* David () Emperor of Trebizond 1458-1461)
Eudaemon (BM 316)
 
  +
* Demetrius / Demetrios (BL 49) saint, patron of Thessalonika
Eufasius (BM 329)
 
Eumathius / Eumathios (AC 353) , dux of Cyprus,
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* Dionysios (BL 117) 15c bishop of Philippopolis,
  +
* Domnus (BM 377) magister
Eustathius (AC 304) Drungarius under Alexius I, (PL 561) a judge early 11c,
 
  +
* Dositheos (BP 129) 15c metropolitan,
Eustratius (AC 521) Garidas, 11c patriarch,
 
  +
Euthymius (PL 562) monk 11c,
 
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====E====
Evaristus (PL 569) monk,
 
Falkon (PL 602)
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* Elias (AC 314)
  +
* Enrico (BM 334) Dandalo, patriarch of Grado
Felicianus (BM 380)
 
  +
* Epiphanius (BM 268) protospatharios
Festus (BM 490) caput senatus
 
  +
* Eudaemon (BM 316)
Frankoulis (BL 99) Servopoulos,
 
  +
* Eufasius (BM 329)
Genesios (PL 602) son of Falkon,
 
  +
* Eumathius / Eumathios (AC 353) , dux of Cyprus,
Gennadios (BL 9) Scholarios, patriarch 15c under Ottomans,
 
  +
* Eustathius (AC 304) Drungarius under Alexius I, (PL 561) a judge early 11c,
George () Emperor of Trebizond 1266-1280
 
  +
* Eustratius (AC 521) Garidas, 11c patriarch,
Gregorios (PL 584) domestikos
 
  +
* Euthymius (PL 562) monk 11c,
Gregory () nephew Alexius I
 
Habib (BP 8) monophystite monk
+
* Evaristus (PL 569) monk,
  +
Heraclius (BM 17) Emperor 610-641
 
  +
====F====
Heraclonas (BM 625) Emperor 641
 
  +
* Falkon (PL 602)
Hilarion (BP 5) saint
 
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* Felicianus (BM 380)
Hyaleas (AC 382) Exzenius, rebel,
 
  +
* Festus (BM 490) caput senatus
Hypatius (BP 18), (tb 24) also bishop of Ephesus
 
  +
* Frankoulis (BL 99) Servopoulos,
Iasitas () brother-in-law John II
 
  +
Isaac (BM 137) several, first is 1057-1059
 
  +
====G====
Isidore (BP 139) 15c heiromonk,
 
  +
* Genesios (PL 602) son of Falkon,
Jacob (BM 317)
 
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* Gennadios (BL 9) Scholarios, patriarch 15c under Ottomans,
Joasaph (BL 78) monastic name of e John VI Cantacuzene
 
  +
* George () Emperor of Trebizond 1266-1280
John (BM 656) diakonos
 
  +
* Gregorios (PL 584) domestikos
Joshua (BM 174) the Stylite
 
  +
* Gregory () nephew Alexius I
Justin (BM 177) several, first is 518-527
 
  +
Justinian (BM 7) several, first is 527-565
 
  +
====H====
Kalamodios (BM 245) 12c money lender
 
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* Habib (BP 8) monophystite monk
Karas (AC 409) soldier,
 
  +
* Heraclius (BM 17) Emperor 610-641
Katarodon (AC 454) 12c soldier,
 
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* Heraclonas (BM 625) Emperor 641
Kostas (PL 572) nephew of a Gemma, 11c,
 
  +
* Hilarion (BP 5) saint
Koulean (AC 467) 12c Manichean preacher,
 
  +
* Hyaleas (AC 382) Exzenius, rebel,
Kousinos (AC 467) 12c Manichean preacher
 
  +
* Hypatius (BP 18), (tb 24) also bishop of Ephesus
Ktenas (BM 186) protospathios
 
  +
Leo (BM 175) several, first is 457-474
 
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====I====
Leonard (BM 545) of Chios, writer
 
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* Iasitas () brother-in-law John II
Leontius (BM 421) Emperor 695-698, also 6-7c bishop of Neopolis
 
  +
* Isaac (BM 137) several, first is 1057-1059
Libanius (BM 59)
 
  +
* Isidore (BP 139) 15c heiromonk,
Limenius (BM 388)
 
  +
Longinius (BM 194)
 
  +
====J====
Loukas (BL 96) 15c noble, first national martyrof Greece,
 
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* Jacob (BM 317)
Lydas (BP 12) John, writer
 
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* Joasaph (BL 78) monastic name of e John VI Cantacuzene
Lysas (BM 277) freedman of Annius Plocamus
 
  +
* John (BM 656) diakonos
Macarius (BP 2) saint
 
  +
* Joshua (BM 174) the Stylite
Macedonius (BM 190) patriarch of Constantinople
 
  +
* Justin (BM 177) several, first is 518-527
Magnentius (BM 233)
 
Manuel (BM 55) several, first is 1143-1180)
+
* Justinian (BM 7) several, first is 527-565
  +
Marcellinus (BP 17)
 
  +
====K====
Mare (BP 8) monophystite monk
 
  +
* Kalamodios (BM 245) 12c money lender
Mark (BL 117) Xylokarabes 15c contender for patriarch,
 
  +
* Karas (AC 409) soldier,
Marcian () 450-457)
 
  +
* Katarodon (AC 454) 12c soldier,
Marianus (AC 302) Mavrocatacalon
 
  +
* Kostas (PL 572) nephew of a Gemma, 11c,
Maro (BP 1) monophystite saint
 
  +
* Koulean (AC 467) 12c Manichean preacher,
Matthew () 1353-1357)
 
  +
* Kousinos (AC 467) 12c Manichean preacher
Maurice () 582-602)
 
  +
* Ktenas (BM 186) protospathios
Maximian () Bishop under Justinian
 
  +
Maximos (BL 40) Planoudes, court poet
 
  +
====L====
Melania (BM 202) the Younger
 
  +
* Leo (BM 175) several, first is 457-474
Melitas (BL 43) scribe of patriarch Gregory II,
 
  +
* Leonard (BM 545) of Chios, writer
Methodius () Saint and missionary
 
  +
* Leontius (BM 421) Emperor 695-698, also 6-7c bishop of Neopolis
Mezezius (BM 421)
 
  +
* Libanius (BM 59)
Michael (BM 197) several, first is 811-813
 
Moagaritos (BM 361)
+
* Limenius (BM 388)
Modestos (BM 472)
+
* Longinius (BM 194)
  +
* Loukas (BL 96) 15c noble, first national martyrof Greece,
Mossele (PL 583) Armenian, founded a monastery,
 
  +
* Lydas (BP 12) John, writer
Narses (BM 332)
 
  +
* Lysas (BM 277) freedman of Annius Plocamus
Nathaniel (BL 65) monastic name of Nicephoros Choumnas
 
  +
Neboulus (BM 631)
 
  +
====M====
Neon (BM 298) archon
 
Neophytos (BP 93) 12c monk,
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* Macarius (BP 2) saint
  +
* Macedonius (BM 190) patriarch of Constantinople
Nicephorus / Nikephoros () husband of Anna Comnena
 
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* Magnentius (BM 233)
Nicetas (PL 612)
 
  +
* Manuel (BM 55) several, first is 1143-1180)
Nicholas (AC 294) patriarch under Alexius I,
 
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* Marcellinus (BP 17)
Nikephoros (BL 50) Gregoras, historian
 
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* Mare (BP 8) monophystite monk
Olympiodorus (BM 192) of Thebes, writer
 
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* Mark (BL 117) Xylokarabes 15c contender for patriarch,
Pachomius (BP 2) saint
 
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* Marcian () 450-457)
Palladius (BP 6) chronicler
 
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* Marianus (AC 302) Mavrocatacalon
Pamphronius (BM 407) patrikios
 
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* Maro (BP 1) monophystite saint
Panterius () soldier, helped repel Kievian Rus in 941
 
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* Matthew () 1353-1357)
Parasceviotes (AC 499) jailer,
 
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* Maurice () 582-602)
Paul (BP 138) Sophianos, 15c courtier,
 
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* Maximian () Bishop under Justinian
Peter (BM 243) Barsymes
 
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* Maximos (BL 40) Planoudes, court poet
Petros (PL 572) nephew of a Gemma, 11c,
 
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* Melania (BM 202) the Younger
Philaretus / Philaretos (BM 419) Patriarch 8c
 
  +
* Melitas (BL 43) scribe of patriarch Gregory II,
Philippicus () 711-715
 
  +
* Methodius () Saint and missionary
Philoromus (BP 8) monk
 
  +
* Mezezius (BM 421)
Philotheos (BL 2) patriarch 14c,
 
  +
* Michael (BM 197) several, first is 811-813
Phocas () 602-610)
 
  +
* Moagaritos (BM 361)
Pholos (AC 467) 12c Manichean preacher,
 
  +
* Modestos (BM 472)
Photius () 10c patriarch and scholar
 
  +
* Mossele (PL 583) Armenian, founded a monastery,
Poemon (BP 6) ropemaker and saint
 
  +
Probus (BM 202) senator
 
  +
====N====
Psellus (PL 603) author,
 
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* Narses (BM 332)
Psidias () 7c poet
 
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* Nathaniel (BL 65) monastic name of Nicephoros Choumnas
Romanus () several, first is 920-944
 
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* Neboulus (BM 631)
Sabas (BP 5) saint
 
  +
* Neon (BM 298) archon
Sabbas (BM 107) Asidenus, 13c sebastokrator
 
Sergius / Serge (BP 3 / MoL 145)
+
* Neophytos (BP 93) 12c monk,
  +
* Nicephorus / Nikephoros () husband of Anna Comnena
Silvanus (BP 6) saint
 
Simeon (PL 583) Stephanos
+
* Nicetas (PL 612)
Sissinius (PL 595) patriarch? 10c,
+
* Nicholas (AC 294) patriarch under Alexius I,
  +
* Nikephoros (BL 50) Gregoras, historian
Sophronius (BP 39) 7c patriarch of Jerusalem,
 
  +
Sphrantzes (BL 96) George, historian,
 
  +
====O====
Stauracius () 811
 
  +
* Olympiodorus (BM 192) of Thebes, writer
Stephanos (PL 583) eunuch and admiral, later monk.
 
  +
Strategius () member of the Apion family
 
  +
====P====
Stylianus (AC 495) fem is Styliane
 
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* Pachomius (BP 2) saint
Symeon (BL 117) of Trebizond, 15c contender for patriarch,
 
Syncletia (BP 2)
+
* Palladius (BP 6) chronicler
  +
* Pamphronius (BM 407) patrikios
Tarasios (tb 26) 8c patriarch,
 
  +
* Panterius () soldier, helped repel Kievian Rus in 941
Taticus (AC 343)
 
  +
* Parasceviotes (AC 499) jailer,
Theodore (BM 118) several, first is 1204-1222
 
  +
* Paul (BP 138) Sophianos, 15c courtier,
Theodoret (BP 5) hagiographer
 
Theodosius (BM 224) 408-450
+
* Peter (BM 243) Barsymes
  +
* Petros (PL 572) nephew of a Gemma, 11c,
Theoleptos (BL 61) 13c bishop of Philadelphia
 
  +
* Philaretus / Philaretos (BM 419) Patriarch 8c
Theopemptus (BM 658) logothete
 
  +
* Philippicus () 711-715
Theophanes (BL 44) 9c saint
 
  +
* Philoromus (BP 8) monk
Theophano (BM 270) nephew of John I
 
  +
* Philotheos (BL 2) patriarch 14c,
Theophilus (BM 198) 829-867, iconoclast
 
  +
* Phocas () 602-610)
Theophylact (BL 46) 11c archbishop,
 
  +
* Pholos (AC 467) 12c Manichean preacher,
Theophylactos (tb 26) 8c bishop,
 
  +
* Photius () 10c patriarch and scholar
Tiberius (BM 175) several, II is 578-582
 
  +
* Poemon (BP 6) ropemaker and saint
Victor (BM 317)
 
Vitus (BM 245)
+
* Probus (BM 202) senator
  +
* Psellus (PL 603) author,
Zura (BP 7) monophystite monk
 
  +
* Psidias () 7c poet
Zachariah (BM 177) of Mitylene, writer
 
  +
Zacharias (BL 105) Kalliergis was 15c refugee & printer of Greek texts,
 
  +
====R====
Zeno (BM 200) 474-476
 
  +
* Romanus () several, first is 920-944
Zygobenus (AC 500) monk,
 
  +
  +
====S====
  +
* Sabas (BP 5) saint
  +
* Sabbas (BM 107) Asidenus, 13c sebastokrator
  +
* Sergius / Serge (BP 3 / MoL 145)
  +
* Silvanus (BP 6) saint
  +
* Simeon (PL 583) Stephanos name as a monk,
  +
* Sissinius (PL 595) patriarch? 10c,
  +
* Sophronius (BP 39) 7c patriarch of Jerusalem,
  +
* Sphrantzes (BL 96) George, historian,
  +
* Stauracius () 811
  +
* Stephanos (PL 583) eunuch and admiral, later monk.
  +
* Strategius () member of the Apion family
  +
* Stylianus (AC 495) fem is Styliane
  +
* Symeon (BL 117) of Trebizond, 15c contender for patriarch,
  +
* Syncletia (BP 2)
  +
  +
====T====
  +
* Tarasios (tb 26) 8c patriarch,
  +
* Taticus (AC 343)
  +
* Theodore (BM 118) several, first is 1204-1222
  +
* Theodoret (BP 5) hagiographer
  +
* Theodosius (BM 224) 408-450
  +
* Theoleptos (BL 61) 13c bishop of Philadelphia
  +
* Theopemptus (BM 658) logothete
  +
* Theophanes (BL 44) 9c saint
  +
* Theophano (BM 270) nephew of John I
  +
* Theophilus (BM 198) 829-867, iconoclast
  +
* Theophylact (BL 46) 11c archbishop,
  +
* Theophylactos (tb 26) 8c bishop,
  +
* Tiberius (BM 175) several, II is 578-582
  +
  +
====V - Z====
  +
* Victor (BM 317)
  +
* Vitus (BM 245)
  +
* Zura (BP 7) monophystite monk
  +
* Zachariah (BM 177) of Mitylene, writer
  +
* Zacharias (BL 105) Kalliergis was 15c refugee & printer of Greek texts,
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* Zeno (BM 200) 474-476
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* Zygobenus (AC 500) monk,
   
   

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