Demetrios (Δημήτριος, in the modern Greek pronunciation Dimitrios ) is a Greek given name derived from the name of the goddess Demeter . It corresponds to Demetrius in Latin and Dimitrij in Russian .
- Demetrios I (Soter) , King of the Seleucid Empire († 150 BC)
- Demetrios (Antigonide) († 181 BC), Macedonian prince from the Antigonid dynasty
- Demetrios I Poliorketes , important Diadoch king († 283 BC)
- Demetrios (Cyrene) , Demetrios the Handsome, ruler of Cyrene († 249/248 BC)
- Demetrios I (Bactria) , King of the Bactrian Empire († 182 BC)
- Demetrios II (Seleucid Empire) , called Nikator, King of the Seleucid Empire († 125 BC)
- Demetrios II (Macedonia) , King of Macedonia († 229 BC)
- Demetrios II (Bactria) , King of Bactria († around 150 BC)
- Demetrios III. Eukairus, King of the Seleucid Empire († 88 BC)
- Demetrios III. (Bactria) , king of Bactria († around 100 BC)
- Demetrios von Phaleron , philosopher and politician († around 280 BC)
- Demetrios of Pharos , ruler of Korkyra († 214 BC)
- Demetrios Palaiologos , ruler of Morea (1407–1470)
- Demetrios von Alopeka , Greek sculptor (4th century BC)
- Demetrios (son of Althaimenes) († probably 325 BC), general of Alexander the Great
- Demetrios (soldier) († 330 BC), bodyguard of Alexander the Great
- Demetrios von Kallatis , Greek historian
- Demetrios Lakon , Epicurean philosopher of the 2nd century BC Chr.
- Demetrios of Apameia , doctor (gynecologist) of the 2nd / 1st Century BC Chr.
- Demetrios of Magnesia , grammarian of the 1st century BC Chr.
- Demetrios (Cynic) , 1st century Cynic philosopher
- Demetrios Chalkokondyles , Greek humanist (1424-1511)
- Demetrios Christodoulou , Greek mathematician and physicist (* 1951)
- Demetrios Farmakopoulos , Greek painter (1919–1996)
- Demetrios of Thessaloniki , saint (3rd century)
- Demetrius I (Patriarch) = Dimitrios Papadopoulos, Patriarch of Constantinople (1914–1991)
- Demetrios (Archbishop) (* 1928), Primus of the Orthodox Archdiocese of America and Exarch of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans
- Hagios Demetrios , church in Thessaloniki