What are kyriakos?

Kyriakos

Saint Cyriacus the Anchorite (also known as 'Cyriacus the Hermit') (Greek: Κυριακός ο Αναχωρητής, Kyriakos o Anachōritēs) was born in Corinth in the year 448. His father was a priest named John and his mother's name was Eudoxia. Further Cyriacus had Bishop Peter of Corinth for a relative, who made Cyriacus a reader in church.

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... refused the advice of his mentor, bishop Kyriakos, and in the end sent him with letters "full of false testimonies" to Patriarch Michael I ... were read, and Abraham's plea to replace bishop Kyriakos with his own nominee, a man named John ... his demands, but in response to a miraculous event Kyriakos was permitted to return to Makuria, where he settled in a monastery ...
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Kyriakos Pittakis
... Kyriakos Pittakis (1798–1863) was a Greek archaeologist from Athens ... Kyriakos Pittakis campaigned to collect epigraphical material in Athens, gathering inscriptions in the church of Megali Panagia, the Theseum, the Stoa of Hadrian and the Tower of the Winds ...
Kyriakos
... (also known as 'Cyriacus the Hermit') (Greek Κυριακός ο Αναχωρητής, Kyriakos o Anachōritēs) was born in Corinth in the year 448 ...