Florus (disambiguation)

Florus may refer to:
* Florus, a 2nd century Roman historian.
* Gessius Florus, Roman procurator of Judea from AD 64 until 66.
* Julius Florus, Roman poet, orator, and jurist.
* Publius Annius Florus, Roman poet and rhetorician
* Florus of Lyon, Christian writer


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