ⓘ Menas

                                     

ⓘ Menas

Menas, a mens personal name, could refer to any of the following historical persons:

Eurasia
  • One of the seventeen representatives for Sparta to swear an oath for the Peace of Nicias.
  • Menas admiral, a Roman admiral who served under Sextus Pompeius.
  • Patriarch Mennas of Constantinople 526-552, alias Mennas, Minas or Mina, a Catholic and Orthodox saint.
Africa
  • Saint Menas 285 – c. 309, Egyptian saint, and one of the most famous Christian saints, speculated to be the same person known as Saint Christopher.
  • Menas of Ethiopia, Emperor of Ethiopia 1559–1563.
  • Minas of Aksum in Ethiopia 6th century.
  • Pharaoh Menes or Menas, an ancient Egyptian pharaoh of the early dynastic period.
                                     
  • Saint Menas also Mina, Minas, Mena Coptic: Ⲁⲃⲃⲁ Ⲙⲏⲛⲁ 285 c. 309 a martyr and wonder - worker, is one of the most well - known Coptic Saints in the
  • menas menas Senegal, Gambia, Burkina Faso, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Ghana, northern Nigeria, northern Cameroon, southern Sudan, Ethiopia Iolaus menas tatiana
  • disambiguation Luis Mena disambiguation All pages with titles beginning with Mena All pages with titles containing Mena Menas disambiguation Meena
  • Menas also known as Menodorus, served under Sextus Pompey during the 1st Century BC Roman civil wars. Menas was a freedman of Pompey the Great and when
  • St. Menas Minas Ancient Greek: Μηνάς 25 August 552 considered a saint in the Eastern Orthodox Church, was Patriarch of Constantinople appointed
  • two issues were titled Menas ir literatūra and from 1944 to 1945, it was published in Kaunas. In July 1946, Literatūra ir menas became an independent
  • place sand in the bases of buildings that are most endangered in the site. Menas of Alexandria was martyred in the late 3rd or early 4th century see Early
  • Egypt s Attractions. The Church of St. Menas Accessed 21 August 2008. Dunn, Jimmy. The Church of Saint Menas in Old Cairo and the Annexed Churches of
  • Cairo, Egypt, a gunman opened fire at the Coptic Orthodox Church of Saint Menas and a nearby shop owned by a Coptic man, killing ten citizens and a police