John II


John II

John II may refer to:

People

* John Papa Īī
* John of Cappadocia (died 520), Patriarch of Constantinople.
* Pope John II, Pope from 533 until his death in 535.
* John II Platinus (died 702), Exarch of Ravenna.
* John II of Naples (died 919).
* John II of Gaeta (died 963).
* John II of Salerno (died c. 994).
* John II of Amalfi (died 1069).
* John II Komnenos (1087–1143), Byzantine emperor.
* John II of Jerusalem (1259–1285).
* John II of Trebizond (c. 1262–1297).
* John II Comyn, Lord of Badenoch (died 1302).
* John II of Brienne, Count of Eu (died 1302).
* John II, Count of Holland (1247–1304).
* John II, Duke of Brittany (1239–1305).
* John II of Dreux (1265–1309).
* John II, Duke of Brabant (1275–1312).
* John II Doukas (died 1318), ruler of Thessaly.
* John II Orsini (died 1335), Count of Cephalonia and ruler of Epirus.
* John, Duke of Randazzo (died 1348).
* John II, Burgrave of Nuremberg (c. 1309–1357).
* John II of France (1319–1364).
* John II of Montferrat (1321–1372).
* John II, Count of Blois (died 1381).
* John II, Duke of Bavaria (1341–1397).
* Robert III of Scotland (c. 1340–1406), who changed his name to avoid being known as "John II".
* John the Fearless (1371–1419), Duke of Burgundy.
* John II Stanley of the Isle of Man (c. 1386–1437).
* John II of Luxembourg, Count of Ligny (1392–1440).
* John II of Castile (1405–1454).
* John II of Cyprus, King from 1432 until his death in 1458.
* John II, Duke of Lorraine (1425–1470).
* John II Sigismund Zápolya (1540–1571).
* John II of Alençon (1409–1476).
* John II of Aragon (1397–1479).
* John II, Duke of Bourbon (1426–1488).
* John II, Count of Nevers (1415–1491).
* John II of Portugal (1455–1495), King of Portugal and of the Algarves.
* John Cicero, Elector of Brandenburg (1455–1499).
* John of Islay, Earl of Ross (1435–1503).
* John of Denmark (1455–1513), King of Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
* John II, Duke of Saxe-Weimar (1570–1605).
* John II, Duke of Sonderburg (1545–1622).
* John II, Count Palatine of Zweibrücken (1584–1635).
* John II, Duke of Braganza (1603-1656), became king John IV of Portugal in 1640.
* John II Casimir of Poland (1609–1672).
* Yohannes II of Ethiopia (died 1769).

Biblical

*John 2, the second chapter of the Gospel of John
*Second Epistle of John or 2 John


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