Adalard of Corbie

751 - 827

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Adalard of Corbie (Latin: Adalhardus Corbeiensis; c. 751, Huise – 2 January 827) was the son of Bernard who was the son of Charles Martel and half-brother of Pepin; Charlemagne was his cousin. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Adalard of Corbie has received more than 54,968 page views. Her biography is available in 21 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 20 in 2019). Adalard of Corbie is the 1,270th most popular religious figure (down from 1,253rd in 2019), the 229th most popular biography from Belgium (up from 233rd in 2019) and the 8th most popular Belgian Religious Figure.

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Among religious figures, Adalard of Corbie ranks 1,270 out of 3,187Before her are Louis of Toulouse, Blandina, Stanisław Dziwisz, Junípero Serra, Amphilochius of Iconium, and Pietro I Orseolo. After her are Tola, Archippus, Janaka, Theodosius the Cenobiarch, Henri Estienne, and Said ibn al-Musayyib.

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Among people born in 751, Adalard of Corbie ranks 2Before her is Carloman I.  Among people deceased in 827, Adalard of Corbie ranks 4Before her are Pope Eugene II, Pope Valentine, and Emperor Jingzong of Tang. After her is Ludeca of Mercia.

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Among people born in Belgium, Adalard of Corbie ranks 229 out of 1,190Before her are Ida of Lorraine (1040), Jean Absil (1893), Philippe Thys (1889), Clemens August of Bavaria (1700), Guy Verhofstadt (1953), and Florimond Claude, Comte de Mercy-Argenteau (1727). After her are Prince Alexandre of Belgium (1942), Georges Leekens (1949), Jodocus Hondius (1563), Charles Auguste de Bériot (1802), Herri met de Bles (1480), and Patrick Bauchau (1938).


Among religious figures born in Belgium, Adalard of Corbie ranks 8Before her are Gertrude of Nivelles (626), Bavo of Ghent (589), Gudula (646), Begga (615), Lutgardis (1182), and Clemens August of Bavaria (1700). After her are Juliana of Liège (1193), Rimbert (830), William of St-Thierry (1085), Edward Schillebeeckx (1914), John Berchmans (1599), and Godfried Danneels (1933).