Agapius may refer to:
Saint Agapius of Spain(d. 259), Christian martyr, died at Citra.
Saint Agapius of Palestine(d. 303-304) Christian martyr, beheaded along with many others under Great Persecutionof Diocletian.
Agapius of Edessa(d. 304) Christian martyr and one of three sons of St. Bassa.
Agapiusof Caesarea (d. 306), Christian martyr, drowned in Caesarea.
Agapius of Caesarea(d. c 312), bishop of Caesarea, predecessor to Eusebius.
Agapius (soldier), (d. 315), Christian martyr and soldier, burned with Carterius and others in Armenia.
Agapius of Novara, (d. 447) Bishop of Novara, Piedmont, Italy for over 30 years.
Agapius (physician), 5th century ancient doctor from Alexandria.
Agapius the historian, 10th century Arabic Christian bishop of Manbij (Hierapolis), near Aleppo.
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