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Anthimus, also spelled Anthimos, Anthinos or Anthinus, is a Greek name for males. In Italian and Spanish, the name is rendered as Antimo.

The name may refer to:

  • Anthimus of Nicomedia, bishop and martyr who died during a persecution in the early 4th century
  • Anthimus of Rome (died 303), saint, priest and martyr who died during the persecutions of Diocletian
  • Anthimus of Tyana, bishop in AD 372; at times an opponent of Basil of Caesarea
  • Anthimus (physician), Greek doctor at the court of Theodoric the Great and author of De observatione ciborum ("On the Observance of Foods")
  • Anthimos Gazis (1758–1828), a hero of the Greek War of Independence
  • Anthimus of Naples, Anthimus or Anthemus, the Duke of Naples from 801 until around 818

Anthimus is the name of seven Patriarchs of Constantinople:

Spelled Anthinus this name may refer to:

  • Anthinus, a genus of air-breathing land snails

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