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People called anonymous [change]
- Two writers of Byzantine chronicles, of the 6th century, both known as Anonymus Valesianus
- The writer of the history of Poland, of the 12th century, known as Gallus Anonymus
- The writer of the Ravenna Cosmography, a medieval work on geography
- Bele Regis Notarius, a writer of chronicles, at the Hungarian court, in the 13th century.
- The Anonymus of Placentia (or Piacenza), who left an account of their visit to 6th‑century Jerusalem
- The Anonymus of Turin (often referred to by the Italian Anonimo di Torino), writer of a catalogue of churches of Rome
- The Anonymus Banduri, the author of the Πάτρια Κωνσταντινοπόλεως, a 10th‑century topography of Constantinople
- The Anonymus de Rebus Bellicis, author of a Late Antique work on warfare
- The Anonymus Hispanus Chisianus (named after the library where the manuscript was found; sometimes referred to by the Italian Anonimo Spagnuolo), author of a medieval work on churches and relics in Rome
- The Anonymus Ανταττικιστης (the Anti-Atticist Anonymus), an opponent of Phrynichus Arabius, valuable for the study of ancient Greek vocabulary
- The Anonymus Mellicensis, of the 8th century, author of a work on ecclesiastical writers
- The Anonymus Seguerianus, of the 3rd century, whose work is useful for the study of 1st century rhetoric
- The Anonymus Gestorum Francorum, author of the Gesta Francorum, an account of the First Crusade
- The Anonymus of York (or The Norman Anonymous), author of an 11th‑century religious/political tract on the right of kings
- The Anonymus of Dubrovnik, author of 15th‑century Annals of that city
- Anonymus I and Anonymus II, the authors of commentaries on the Phaenomena of Aratus
- A civil rights group, see Anonymous (group)
- A person who created a work of art, but whose name or identity can no longer be determined.
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