Anastasi or anastasis may mean
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The Greek word ανάστασις (anástasis) meaning "resurrection" which gave rise to the names,
Prote Anastasis (Holy Saturday), the Saturday before Easter,
Anastatica, a resurrection plant,
The Hagia Anastasis, an Arian cathedral in Ravenna now called the Church of Spirito Santo, next to the Arian Baptistry,
Papyrus Anastasi I, an ancient Egyptian papyrus,
M/V Anastasis, a vessel belonging to the health charity Mercy Ships,
Anastasis (album), a 2012 album by the band Dead Can Dance,
People named Anastasi or Anastasis:
Andrea Anastasi, Italian volleyball player,
Giovanni Anastasi (1540-1587), Italian painter,
Giovanni Anastasi (merchant) (1780-1860), merchant and Swedish-Norwegian Consul-General in Egypt,
Maurizio Anastasi, Italian footballer,
Pietro Anastasi born 1948), Italian footballer,
Reo Stakis (1913-2001), hotelier born Argyros Anastasis,
William Anastasi (born 1933), American painter,
Gran Kiltias Anastasis, fictional character in Final Fantasy XII,
Might be confused with:
Anasazi, the ancient Native American culture of the Four Corners,
Ashkenazi, a Jewish community originating from Germany/Alsace regions,
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