'Théodore' can also refer to...

Achille-Constant-Théodore-Émile Prisse d'Avennes (1807—1879)

Adolphe Théodore Brongniart (1801—1876)

Agallianos, Theodore

Alexandre-Théodore Brongniart (1739—1813)

Askidas, Theodore

E. Theodore Veit

E.G. Theodore (1884—1950)

Geoffrey Theodore Garratt (1888—1942) administrator in India and author

George Theodore Blakers (1828—1912)

Glenn Theodore Seaborg (1912—1999) American nuclear chemist

Gudin, Théodore (1802—1880)

Henry Theodore Reinhold (c. 1690—1751) singer

Henry Theodore Tuckerman (1813—1871)

Hexapterygos, Theodore

Hyrtakenos, Theodore

(James) Theodore Bent (1852—1897) traveller and antiquary

John Theodore Cash (1854—1936) physician and pharmacologist

John Theodore Combridge (1897—1986) mathematician and university administrator

John Theodore Cuthbert Moore Brabazon (1884—1964) aviator and politician

John Theodore Heins (1697—1756) portrait painter

John Theodore Merz (1840—1922)

Joseph-Théodore Deck (1823—1891)

Joseph-Théodore-Désiré Barbot (1824—1879)

Lee Theodore (1933—1987)

Lentz, Theodore

Mlle Théodore (1760—1796)

Nathan Theodore Fielding (1747—1819) painter

Oswald Theodore Avery (1877—1955)

Peter Theodore Craven (1934—1963) speedway rider

Richard Theodore Ely (1854—1943)


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Tragedy by Pierre Corneille, first performed 1646. Set in Roman Antioch, it tells of the Christian princess Théodore, who is condemned to prostitution, but chooses martyrdom.

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Pierre Corneille (1606—1684) French dramatist