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Anastasios Takis Kyriakides

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Spouse(s)  Maria Kyriakides .
Name  Anastasios Kyriakides
Role  Businessman

Born  December 17, 1946 (age 69) (1946-12-17) Athens, Greece
Alma mater  Florida International University
Occupation  CEO and founder, netTALK Inc.
Education  Florida International University

Anastasius (Latinized) or Anastasios (Greek: Αναστάσιος, Anastasios) is derived from the Greek ἀνάστασις (anastasis) meaning "resurrection". Its female form is Anastasia (Greek: Αναστασία). A diminutive form of Anastasios is Tasos (Greek: Τάσος).

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Byzantine emperors

  • Anastasius I Dicorus – Byzantine emperor 491–518
  • Anastasios II (died 718) – Byzantine emperor 713–715
  • Popes of Rome

  • Pope Anastasius I – Pope 399–401
  • Pope Anastasius II – Pope 496–498
  • Pope Anastasius III – Pope 911–913
  • Pope Anastasius IV – Pope 1153 to 1154
  • Other Christian Saints and clergy

  • Saint Anastasius – a martyr under Nero
  • Saint Anastasius the Fuller – martyr (d. 304)
  • Pope Anastasius of Alexandria – Coptic Orthodox Pope of Alexandria 605–616
  • Anastasius of Antioch (disambiguation), multiple people
  • Anastasius (Graeco-Roman jurist) – fl. 6th century
  • Saint Anastasius of Persia – Persian martyr (d. 628)
  • Saint Anastasius of Pavia– bishop of Pavia (d. 628)
  • Anastasius of Armenia – Catholicos of Armenia from 661 to 667
  • Saint Anastasius Sinaita (of Sinai) – theologian, Father of the Eastern Orthodox Church, monk, priest, and abbot of the monastery at Mt. Sinai (fl. 7th century)
  • Anastasius (abbot of Euthymius) – fl. 7th or 8th century
  • Anastasius Bibliothecarius (c. 810–878) – librarian of the Church of Rome, scholar and statesman, sometimes identified as an Antipope
  • Astrik or Saint Anastasius of Pannonhalma – ambassador of Stephen I of Hungary (d. 1030)
  • Anastasius of Hungary (954-1044), Apostle to Hungary
  • Saint Anastasius of Lleida
  • St. Anastasius Cornicularius
  • Anastasius of Suppentonia – abbot (died 570)
  • Patriarch Anastasius of Constantinople (I) – Patriarch of Constantinople 730–754
  • Anastasius Germonius – Archbishop of Tarantaise and canon lawyer (1551–1627)
  • Anastasius the Melodist (Hymnographer) – believed to be a name of three or more melodists, one of whom is believed to have been a contemporary of Rhomanos
  • Anastasios (born 1929), Greek Orthodox Archbishop of Tirana, Durrës and All Albania
  • Other politicians and military

  • Anastasios Balkos (1916-1995), Greek politician
  • Anastasios Charalambis (1862-1949), Greek officer and interim Prime Minister of Greece
  • Anastasios Dalipis (1896-1949), Greek Army officer and politician
  • Anastasios Karatasos (1764-1830), Greek military commander during the Greek War of Independence
  • Anastasios Nerantzis (b. 1944), Greek politician
  • Anastasios Papaligouras (b. 1948), Greek politician
  • Anastasios Papoulas (1857-1935), Greek general
  • Anastasios Peponis (1924-2011), Greek politician
  • Anastasios Polyzoidis (1802-1873), Greek politician and judicial official
  • Anastasios Tsamados (1774 – 1825), Greek admiral of the Greek War of Independence
  • Sportsmen and Other commoners

  • Anastasios Bountouris (b. 1955), Greek Olympic medalist in sailing
  • Anastasios Dimitriadis (b. 1997), Greek footballer
  • Anastasios Lagos (b. 1992) Greek footballer
  • Anastasios Metaxas (1862-1937), Greek architect
  • Anastasios Orlandos (1887–1979), Greek archeologist and architect
  • Anastasios Rousakis (b. 1985), Greek footballer
  • Anastasios Schizas (b. 1977), Greek water polo player
  • Anastasios Triantafyllou (b. 1987), Greek weightlifter
  • Anastasio

  • Anastasio Somoza García, Nicaraguan dictator (ruled 1936–1956)
  • Anastasio Somoza Debayle (1925–1980), Nicaraguan dictator (ruled 1967–1979)
  • Anastasio Somoza Portocarrero (born 1951), son of Somoza Debayle
  • Pseudonym

  • Anton Alexander Graf von Auersperg (1806–1876), Austrian poet who wrote under the pseudonym of Anastasius Grün.
  • Other

  • Anastasius, a novel by Thomas Hope in the early 19th century.
  • References

    Anastasius Wikipedia


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