Saul (disambiguation)


Saul (disambiguation)

Saul or Shaul may also refer to:

People

Saul is a given name:
* Saul (given name), including people with this given name

in the Bible:
* Saul (Edomite king), a king of Edom
* Shaul, a son of Simeon and a (Genesis 46:10, Exodus 6:15, Numbers 26:13), was one of the 70 souls to migrate to Egypt with Jacob
* Saul, first king of the ancient Kingdom of Israel
* Saul, the Hebrew name of Paul the Apostle, a disciple of Jesus

in fiction:
* Saul Karath, a character in the popular roleplaying game "Knights of the Old Republic"
* Saul Tigh, a fictional character in the TV series "Battlestar Galactica" (re-imagined)
* Saul (comics), a fictional Marvel Comics character

Saul is the surname of:
* Andrew Saul, Chairman of the Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board
* John Saul, American author
* John Ralston Saul, Canadian philosopher and husband of Adrienne Clarkson
* Richard Saul, British air marshal

Arts

* "Saul (Alfieri)", a theatrical tragedy by Vittorio Alfieri
* "Saul" (Handel), an oratorio by George Friedrich Handel

Geography

* Saul, Kentucky
* Saül, a town in French Guiana
* Saul, Gloucestershire, England
* Saul, County Down, Northern Ireland


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