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Anastasius (Greek: "Ἀναστάσιος", "Anastasios") is derived from the Greek "ἀνάστασις" ("anastasis") meaning "
resurrection". Its female form is Anastasia.
Roman Catholic Popes
Pope Anastasius I-- Pope from 399-401
Pope Anastasius II-- Pope from 496-498
Pope Anastasius III-- Pope from 911-913
Pope Anastasius IV-- Pope from 1153 to 1154
Other Christian saints and clergy
*Saint Anastasius - a martyr under
Anastasius of Armenia- Catholicos of Armeniafrom 661 through 667
Saint Anastasius of Lleida
*Saint Anastasius of Sinai - theologian, Father of the Eastern Orthodox Church, monk, priest, and abbot of the monastery at Mt. Sinai (7th century)
St. Anastasius Cornicularius
*Saint Anastasius the Fuller -- Christian martyr (d. 304)
Anastasius of Suppentonia-abbot (d. 570)
Saint Anastasius of Antioch-- bishop of Antioch (d. 598/599)
*Saint Anastasius of Pannonhalma -- ambassador of
Stephen I of Hungary(d. 1030)
Anastasius Bibliothecarius(c. 810-878) -- librarianof the Church of Rome, scholar and statesman, sometimes identified as an Antipope
*Patriarch Anastasius I --
Patriarchof Constantinoplefrom 730-754
Anastasius Germonius-- Archbishop of Tarantaise and canon lawyer (1551-1627)
* [Pope Anastasius of Alexandria] -- Coptic Pope of Alexandria from 605-616
*Anastasius, 4th century martyr (see
Julian and Basilissa)
Anastasio Somoza García, Nicaraguan dictator (ruled 1936-1956)
Anastasio Somoza Debayle, Nicaraguan dictator (ruled 1967-1979)
Anastasio Somoza Portocarrero, son of Somoza Debayle
Anton Alexander Graf von Auersperg(1806-1876) -- Austrian poet who wrote under the pseudonym of Anastasius Grün.
* "Anastasius", a novel by Thomas Hope in the early 19th century.
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