Hyginus (disambiguation)

Hyginus can refer to:
*Gaius Julius Hyginus (c. 64 BC - 17 AD), Roman poet, author of "Fabulae", reputed author of "Poeticon astronomicon"
*Hyginus Gromaticus, Roman surveyor
*Pseudo-Hyginus, author of "De Munitionibus Castrorum" formerly attributed to Hyginus Gromaticus
*Hyginus of Cordova, bishop of present-day Cordoba, 4th-century opponent of Priscillian
*The Hyginus cleft, a surface feature of Earth's moon
*Hyginus, a crater on the Moon
*Pope Hyginus, saint


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