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Germanus or Germanos (
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Lucius Trebius Germanus Lucius Trebius Germanus was a governor of Roman Britain in 127, and suffect consul with Gaius Calpurnius Flaccus, the proconsul of Cyprus in 123, at an uncertain date. He is known from a military diploma published in 1997 that bears the date 20 Augu ...
, governor of Roman Britain around 126 *Germanus (died c. 290), possibly apocryphal martyr-saint tortured at the Pula Arena *Germanus (4th century), Spanish martyr-saint (see Servandus and Cermanus) *
Germanus of Auxerre Germanus of Auxerre ( la, Germanus Antissiodorensis; cy, Garmon Sant; french: Saint Germain l'Auxerrois; 378 – c. 442–448 AD) was a western Roman clergyman who was bishop of Auxerre, bishop of Autissiodorum in Late Antique Gaul. He abandon ...
(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: ''Carmane''; 410 AD, Brittany Brittany (; french: link=no, Bretagne ; br, Breizh, or ; Gallo: ''Bertaèyn'' ) is a peninsula, historical country and cultural area in the west of modern France ...
(410–475), saint *
Germain of Paris Germain ( la, Germanus; 496 – 28 May 576) was the bishop of Paris The Archdiocese of Paris (Latin: ''Archidioecesis Parisiensis''; French language, French: ''Archidiocèse de Paris'') is a Latin Church ecclesiastical jurisdiction or archdi ...
(Latin: Germanus) (496–576), bishop of Paris, Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox saint *
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 deat ...
(died 541), archbishop from 519 * Germanus (cousin of Justinian I) (died 550), general of the Byzantine Empire * Germanus (Caesar), son-in-law of Tiberius II Constantine * Germanus (patricius) (died 605/606), leading senator in the reign of Emperor Maurice * Germanus (magister militum under Phocas) (died 604) * Germanus of Granfelden (612–675), saint *Germanus I,
Patriarch of Bulgaria The Patriarch of All Bulgaria is the patriarch The highest-ranking bishops in Eastern Orthodoxy, Oriental Orthodoxy, the Catholic Church (above major archbishop and primate (bishop), primate), the Hussite Church, Church of the East, and some I ...
(972–990) * Germanus of Winchester (died c. 1013) English abbot *
Nicolaus Germanus Nicolaus Germanus () was a German cartographer who modernized Ptolemy's ''Geography (Ptolemy), Geography'' by applying new projections, adding additional maps, and contributing other innovations that were influential in the development of Renais ...
, 15th-century cartographer *
Henricus Martellus Germanus Henricus Martellus Germanus ( fl. 1480-1496) was a German cartographer Cartography (; from grc, χάρτης , "papyrus, sheet of paper, map"; and , "write") is the study and practice of making and using maps. Combining science, aestheti ...
, 15th-century cartographer *Moses Germanus or Johann Peter Spaeth (died 1701), a German convert to Judaism * Gyula Germanus (1884–1979), a Hungarian writer and islamologist


Greek clerics

* Saint Germanus (died c. 733), 39th Patriarch of Constantinople * Germanus II of Constantinople (died 1240), 95th Patriarch of Constantinople *
Germanus III of Constantinople Germanus III (? – 1289) was Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople The ecumenical patriarch ( el, Οἰκουμενικός Πατριάρχης, translit=Oikoumenikós Patriárchēs) is the archbishop of Constantinople (Istanbul Istanb ...
(died 1267), 101st Patriarch of Constantinople *
Germanos III of Old Patras Germanos III of Old Patras ( el, Παλαιών Πατρών Γερμανός Γʹ; 1771–1826), born Georgios Gotzias, was an Eastern Orthodox Church, Orthodox Metropolitan of Patras. He played an important role in the Greek Revolution of 1821 ...
(1771–1826), metropolitan bishop of Patras and participant in the Greek War of Independence * Germanus IV of Constantinople (died 1853), 213th Patriarch of Constantinople *, Archbishop of Athens (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 Patriárchēs) is the archbishop of Constanti ...
(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 Amasya, Amasei ...
(died 1935), Metropolitan Bishop of Kastoria, Amaseia, Ioannina, and Exarch of Central Europe.


Other uses

* Sanctus Germanus, a titular see in the Roman Catholic church *
Germanos Group The Germanos Group ( el, Όμιλος Γερμανός) is a Greek holding company based in Athens, Greece. History The Group started as a battery shop in Athens in 1980 and since then has expanded into retail when it opened its first store by th ...
, 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 electronic devices such as computers, digital cameras, mp3 players and mobile phones. They also offer fi ...


See also

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Germain (disambiguation) Germain may refer to: *Germain (name), including a list of people with the name *Germain Arena, the former name of an arena in Estero, Florida *Germain Racing, a NASCAR racing team *Germain Amphitheater, a concert venue in Columbus, Ohio *Paris Sa ...
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Germaine (disambiguation) Germaine may refer to: Given name *Germaine Arnaktauyok (born 1946), Inuk printmaker, painter, and drawer *Germaine Cousin (1579-1601), French saint *Germaine Greer (born 1939), feminist writer and academic *Germaine Koh (born 1967), Malaysian-born ...
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German (disambiguation) German(s) may refer to: * Germany (of or related to) **Germania (historical use) * Germans, citizens of Germany, people of German ancestry, or native speakers of the German language ** For citizens of Germany, see also German nationality law **Ger ...
* Germán (disambiguation) *
Germania (disambiguation) Germania Germania ( ; ), also called Magna Germania (English: ''Great Germania''), Germania Libera (English: ''Free Germania''), or Germanic Barbaricum to distinguish it from the Roman province of the same name, was a large historical regi ...
* Germanicus (disambiguation) * Saint Germanus (disambiguation) *
Germanium Germanium is a chemical element with the Symbol (chemistry), symbol Ge and atomic number 32. It is lustrous, hard-brittle, grayish-white and similar in appearance to silicon. It is a metalloid in the carbon group that is chemically similar to it ...
, a chemical element with symbol Ge {{disambig, given name, surname