Dionysius  

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The Graeco-Roman name Dionysius, deriving from the name of the Thracian god Dionysus, was exceedingly common, and many ancient people, famous and otherwise, bore it. It remains a common name today in the form Dennis (Denys, Denis, Denise). The modern Greek form of the name is Dionysios or Dionysis.

People named Dionysius

Among the persons known by the name Dionysius, some of the more famous were:

People named Dionysios or Dionysis

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