• Cosmas Ndeti

    Cosmas Ndeti (born November 24, 1971) is a three-time winner of the Boston Marathon. He was the winner of the 1993, 1994, and 1995 races. He set the course record in 1994 with a time of 2:07:15, which was also the best marathon performance in 1994. That course record stood for 12 years until it was broken by one second when Robert Kipkoech Cheruiyot, a fellow Kenyan, won the 2006 race.

  • Cosmas

    Cosmas or Kosmas is a Greek name (Greek: Κοσμᾶς) and may refer to:

  • Cosmas Magaya

    Cosmas Magaya

    Cosmas Magaya (born 1953) is a Zimbabwean mbira player.

  • George Cosmas Adyebo

    George Cosmas Adyebo

    George Cosmas Adyebo (18 June 1947 – 19 November 2000) was a Ugandan politician and economist who was Prime Minister of Uganda from 1991 to 1994.

  • Cosmas Desmond

    Cosmas Desmond (19 November 1935, London - 31 March 2012, Durban ) was a Catholic priest, an activist and an author who lived in England and South Africa. He is particularly well known for his opposition to forced removals in South Africa under the system of apartheid.

  • Cosmas III of Constantinople

  • Cosmas the Priest

    Cosmas the Priest

    Cosmas the Priest (Bulgarian: Презвитер Козма, Prezviter Kozma), also known as Cosmas the Presbyter or Presbyter Cosmas, was a medieval Bulgarian priest and writer. Cosmas is most famous for his anti-Bogomil treatise Sermon Against the Heretics, which, despite not being conclusively dated, is generally ascribed to the 10th century. The treatise is a valuable source on the beginnings of the Bogomil heresy in Bulgaria, as well as on medieval Bulgarian society.

  • Feast of Saints Cosmas and Damian

  • Church of Saints Cosmas and Damian, Lastovo

    Church of Saints Cosmas and Damian, Lastovo

    The Church of Saint Cosmas and Damian (Croatian: Sv Kuzma i Damjan) is a Roman Catholic church on Lastovo Island off the coast of Croatia.

  • St Cosmas and St Damian Church, Keymer

    St Cosmas and St Damian Church, Keymer

    St Cosmas and St Damian Church is an Anglican church in the village of Keymer, in the Mid Sussex district of West Sussex, England. Rebuilt in 1866 in a style similar to the Saxon building it replaced, it is the parish church of Keymer and now lies within a combined parish serving three villages in Mid Sussex. The church bears a very rare dedication to the twin Saints Cosmas and Damian, Christian martyrs of the 4th century. It is a grade II listed building.

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