Agnes of Montepulciano

1268 - 1317

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Agnes of Montepulciano, OP (28 January 1268 – 20 April 1317) was a Dominican prioress in medieval Tuscany who was known as a miracle worker during her lifetime. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Agnes of Montepulciano has received more than 87,065 page views. Her biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia. Agnes of Montepulciano is the 1,472nd most popular religious figure (down from 1,278th in 2019), the 2,135th most popular biography from Italy (down from 1,867th in 2019) and the 379th most popular Italian Religious Figure.

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Among religious figures, Agnes of Montepulciano ranks 1,472 out of 3,187Before her are Tilopa, Philotheus I of Constantinople, Elazar Shach, Kadi Burhan al-Din, Hanshan, and Shenoute. After her are Andrew Yeom Soo-jung, Malo, Epaphras, Thaddeus of Edessa, Muhammad Siddiq Al-Minshawi, and Jianzhen.

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Among people born in 1268, Agnes of Montepulciano ranks 5Before her are Philip IV of France, Eric II of Norway, Emperor Duanzong, and Clare of Montefalco. After her are Albert II, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg, and Ludovico I Gonzaga. Among people deceased in 1317, Agnes of Montepulciano ranks 5Before her are Robert, Count of Clermont, Jean de Joinville, Emperor Fushimi, and Irene of Montferrat. After her are Viola of Teschen, and John V, Margrave of Brandenburg-Salzwedel.

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Among people born in Italy, Agnes of Montepulciano ranks 2,135 out of 5,161Before her are Azeglio Vicini (1933), Giuseppe Fiorelli (1823), Sergio Balanzino (1934), Ottavio Bottecchia (1894), Gaius Terentius Varro (-300), and Giovanni Morelli (1816). After her are Clarice de' Medici (1493), Galeazzo I Visconti (1277), Liutpert (680), Archduke Rainer Ferdinand of Austria (1827), Emilio Colombo (1920), and Andrew Corsini (1301).


Among religious figures born in Italy, Agnes of Montepulciano ranks 379Before her are John Gualbert (995), Raniero Cantalamessa (1934), Leonard of Port Maurice (1676), Antonio Quarracino (1923), Ippolito d'Este (1479), and Beniamino Stella (1941). After her are Andrew Corsini (1301), Luigi Orione (1872), Antoninus of Florence (1389), Felix of Nola (300), Loris Francesco Capovilla (1915), and Daniele Comboni (1831).