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Germanus or Germanos (
Greek#REDIRECT Greek Greek may refer to: Greece Anything of, from, or related to Greece Greece ( el, Ελλάδα, , ), officially the Hellenic Republic, is a country located in Southeast Europe. Its population is approximately 10.7 million as of ...
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People

* Lucius Trebius Germanus, governor of Roman Britain around 126 *Germanus (died c. 290), possibly apocryphal martyr-saint tortured at the
Pula Arena The Pula Arena ( hr, Pulska Arena; it, Arena di Pola) is a Roman amphitheatre Roman amphitheatres are Roman theatres – large, circular or oval open-air venues with raised seating – built by the ancient Romans. They were used for events such a ...

Pula Arena
*Germanus (4th century), Spanish martyr-saint (see
Servandus and Cermanus Saints Servandus and Germanus ( es, San Servando y San Germán) (d. 305 AD) were Spain, Spanish martyrs who are venerated as Christianity, Christian saints. They were killed near Cádiz. Tradition states that they were from Mérida, Spain, Mérida ...
) *
Germanus of Auxerre Germanus or Germanos (Greek#REDIRECT Greek Greek may refer to: Greece Anything of, from, or related to Greece Greece ( el, Ελλάδα, , ), officially the Hellenic Republic, is a country located in Southeast Europe. Its population is app ...
(378–448), bishop of Auxerre who founded the Carolingian abbey of Saint-Germain en Auxerre named for the same saint *
Germanus of Man Saint Germanus of Man (Manx language, Manx: ''Carmane''; 410 AD, Brittany – c. 474, Normandy), also known as Saint Germanus of Peel, Isle of Man, Peel, was the first Bishop of the Isle of Man. Born in Brittany in the early fifth century, he trav ...
(410–475), saint *
Germain of Paris Germain ( la, Germanus; 496 – 28 May 576) was the bishop of Paris The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Paris (Latin Latin (, or , ) is a classical language belonging to the Italic languages, Italic branch of the Indo-European languages. Lati ...
(496–576), also Saint Germain of Paris *
Germanus of Capua Germanus (died 541) was the bishop of Capua from 519 or shortly before until his death. He played a major role in bringing to an end the Acacian schism, the first major schism that divided the Christian church between east and west. After his death ...
(died 541), archbishop from 519 *
Germanus (cousin of Justinian I) Germanus or Germanos (Greek Greek may refer to: Greece Anything of, from, or related to Greece Greece ( el, Ελλάδα, , ), officially the Hellenic Republic, is a country located in Southeast Europe. Its population is approximately 10.7 ...
(died 550), general of the Byzantine Empire *
Germanus (Caesar) Germanus was a ''Caesar (title), Caesar'' of the Byzantine Empire. He married Charito, a daughter of Tiberius II Constantine and Ino Anastasia. According to Michael Whitby, Germanus was a patrikios, patrician and governor of the praetorian prefect ...
, son-in-law of Tiberius II Constantine *
Germanus (patricius) Germanus, called "patricius" (Greek: πατρίκιος), was a leading member of the Byzantine Senate during the reign of Maurice (emperor), Maurice.Martindale, Jones & Morris (1992), pp. 531–532 Family Other than a wife called Leontia by Theo ...
(died 605/606), leading senator in the reign of Emperor Maurice * Germanus (magister militum under Phocas) (died 604) *
Germanus of Granfelden Saint Germanus of Granfelden (* ca. 612 in Trier; † 675 near Moutier (today in canton of Bern, Switzerland) was the first abbot of Moutier-Grandval Abbey. Germanus hailed from a family of Roman senator, senators in Trier. He became a monk in Remi ...
(612–675), saint *Germanus I,
Patriarch of Bulgaria The patriarch of All Bulgaria is the patriarch The highest-ranking bishop A bishop is an ordained, consecrated, or appointed member of the Clergy#Christianity, Christian clergy who is generally entrusted with a position of authority and overs ...
(972–990) *
Germanus of Winchester Germanus (sometimes Germanus of Winchester, died Wiktionary:circa, circa 1013) was a medieval English abbot and Benedictine monk. He travelled to Rome in about 957 and became a monk at Fleury Abbey in France. Back in England by 964 he served as ...
(died c. 1013) English abbot *
Nicolaus Germanus File:Gulf4..JPG, 400px, A modern book illustration of the world map in the Ulm Ptolemy Nicolaus Germanus () was a Germans, German cartographer who published an edition of Jacopo d'Angelo's Latin translation of Claudius Ptolemy, Ptolemy's ''Ptolemy' ...
, 15th-century cartographer *
Henricus Martellus Germanus 400px, Map of the world by Henricus Martellus Germanus, preserved in Yale University Henricus Martellus Germanus (the latinized name of Heinrich Hammer; it, Enrico Martello) was a Geography, geographer and cartographer from Nuremberg who lived an ...
, 15th-century cartographer *Moses Germanus or
Johann Peter Spaeth Johann Peter Spaeth, also known as Moses Germanus or Moses Ashkenazi (1st half of the 17th century in Vienna Vienna ( ; german: Wien ; bar, Wean, label=Bavarian language, Austro-Bavarian ) is the Capital city, national capital, largest city, and o ...
(died 1701), a German convert to Judaism *
Gyula Germanus Gyula Germanus (6 November 1884 in Budapest – 7 November 1979 in Budapest), alias Julius Abdulkerim Germanus, was a professor of oriental studies, a Hungarians, Hungarian writer and Islamologist, member of the National Assembly of Hungary, Hung ...
(1884–1979), a Hungarian writer and islamologist


Greek clerics

* Saint Germanus (died c. 733), 39th Patriarch of Constantinople *
Germanus II of Constantinople Germanus II Nauplius ( el, Γερμανός Β΄ Ναύπλιος), (? – June 1240) was Patriarch of Constantinople (in exile at Empire of Nicaea, Nicaea) from 1223 until his death in June 1240. He was born at Anaplous in the second half of the ...
(died 1240), 95th Patriarch of Constantinople *
Germanus III of Constantinople Germanus III (? – 1289) was Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople (May 25, 1265 – September 14, 1266). He attended the Second Council of Lyon in 1272 as the representative of Michael VIII Palaiologos. References Bibliography

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(died 1267), 101st Patriarch of Constantinople *
Germanos III of Old Patras Image:Epanastasi.jpg, Monastery Agia Lavra, Germanos blessing the flag. Painting by Theodoros Vryzakis, 1865 Germanos III of Old Patras ( el, Παλαιών Πατρών Γερμανός Γʹ; 1771–1826), born Georgios Gotzias, was an Eastern Or ...
(1771–1826), metropolitan bishop of Patras and participant in the Greek War of Independence *
Germanus IV of Constantinople Germanus IV ( el, Γερμανός Δ'), (1790 – 16 September 1853) served two terms as Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, from 1842 to 1845 and from 1852 until his death in 1853. In 1826–1830, he was bishop of Vidin, then bishop of Dram ...

Germanus IV of Constantinople
(died 1853), 213th Patriarch of Constantinople *,
Archbishop of Athens The Archbishopric of Athens ( el, Ιερά Αρχιεπισκοπή Αθηνών) is a Greek Orthodox The name Greek Orthodox Church ( Greek: Ἑλληνορθόδοξη Ἐκκλησία, ''Ellinorthódoxi Ekklisía'', ), or Greek Orthodoxy, i ...
(1889–1896) *
Germanus V of Constantinople Germanus V (6 December 1835 – 28 July 1920) was the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople The ecumenical patriarch ( el, Οἰκουμενικός Πατριάρχης, translit=Oikoumenikós Patriárchis; tr, Kostantiniyye ekümenik pa ...

Germanus V of Constantinople
(died 1918), 225th Patriarch of Constantinople *
Germanos Karavangelis Germanos Karavangelis ( el, Γερμανός Καραβαγγέλης, also transliterated as ''Yermanos'' and ''Karavaggelis'' or ''Karavagelis'', 1866–1935) was known for his service as Metropolitan Bishop of Kastoria and later Amaseia, Pon ...

Germanos Karavangelis
(died 1935), Metropolitan Bishop of Kastoria, Amaseia, Ioannina, and Exarch of Central Europe.


Other uses

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Sanctus Germanus The Bishop of St Germans is an episcopal title which was used by Anglo Saxon Bishops of Cornwall and currently in use in the Church of England and in the Catholic Church, Roman Catholic Church. The title is used by suffragan bishops of the Chur ...
, a titular see in the Roman Catholic church *
Germanos Group The Germanos Group ( el, Όμιλος Γερμανός) is a Greek holding company based in Athens , image_skyline = File:Athens Montage L.png, center, 275px, alt=Athens montage. Clicking on an image in the picture causes ...
, a Greek holding company **
Germanos (chain of stores) The Germanos chain of stores ( el, Γερμανός) is a multinational chain of retail electronic goods vendors. They specialize in offering high-end electronic devices such as computers, digital cameras, mp3 players and mobile phones. They also o ...


See also

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Germain (disambiguation) Germain may refer to: *Germain (name)Germain, is the French variant of the name ''Germanus (disambiguation), Germanus''. Notable people with the name include: Surname *Adrienne Germain, American women's health advocate *Bruno Germain, French as ...
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Germaine (disambiguation) Germaine may refer to: Surname *Gary Germaine Gary Germaine (born 2 August 1976) is a former professional association football, footballer, who played for Scunthorpe United F.C., Scunthorpe United and Shrewsbury Town F.C., Shrewsbury Town in the ...
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German (disambiguation) German(s) may refer to: Common uses * of or related to Germany * Germans, Germanic ethnic group, citizens of Germany or people of German ancestry * For citizens of Germany, see also German nationality law * German language * Germanic peoples * Ger ...
* Germán (disambiguation) *
Germania (disambiguation) Germania was the Roman term for the historical region in north-central Europe initially inhabited mainly by Germanic tribes. Germania may also refer to: Arts and culture * Germania (band), a project of the Slovenian group Laibach * Germania (b ...
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Germanicus (disambiguation) Germanicus Germanicus Julius Caesar (24 May 15 BC – 10 October AD 19) was a popular and prominent general of the Roman Empire, known for his campaigns in Germania. The son of Nero Claudius Drusus and Antonia the Younger, Germanicus was born in ...
* Saint Germanus (disambiguation) *
Germanium Germanium is a chemical element with the Symbol (chemistry), symbol Ge and atomic number 32. It is a lustrous, hard-brittle, grayish-white metalloid in the carbon group, chemically similar to its group neighbors silicon and tin. Pure germanium i ...

Germanium
, a chemical element with symbol Ge {{disambig, given name, surname