Boniface (disambiguation)


Boniface (disambiguation)

Bonifacius, Boniface or Saint Boniface may refer to:

People

*Saint Boniface (c. 672 - 754), the Apostle of the Germans
*Saint Boniface of Tarsus, martyr and saint
*Pope Boniface I (418-422)
*Pope Boniface II (530-532)
*Pope Boniface III (607)
*Pope Boniface IV (608-615)
*Pope Boniface V (619-625)
*Pope Boniface VI (896-896)
*Antipope Boniface VII (974, 984–985)
*Boniface I, Marquess of Montferrat, Italian chosen as leader of the Fourth Crusade (1150 – 1207)
*Pope Boniface VIII (1294-1303)
*Pope Boniface IX (1389-1404)
*Saint Curetán, Bishop of Rosemarkie, also known as Boniface
*Bonifacius, a 5th century Roman general also known as Count Boniface
*Bruce Boniface, a singer whose artist's name is just Boniface.
*William Boniface, the author of the Eyeball Animation books including "The Adventures of Max the Minnow" and "Mystery in Bugtown".
*Boniface I of Tuscany
*Boniface II of Tuscany
*Boniface III of Tuscany

Places

*Saint Boniface, Manitoba, a francophone suburb in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
**Saint Boniface (electoral district), a federal electoral district in Winnipeg containing the suburb of St. Boniface and part of the suburb of St. Vital
**St. Boniface (provincial electoral district), a provincial electoral district containing the northern section of the suburb of St. Boniface
**Saint-Boniface Cathedral, in St. Boniface
**Collège universitaire de Saint-Boniface, a university college in St. Boniface
**The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Saint Boniface
*St Boniface Down, a chalk down on the Isle of Wight in England

Arts

*St. Boniface College, fictional Oxbridge college in "Pendennis" by William Thackeray


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