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Cyril of Jerusalem

313 - 386

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Cyril of Jerusalem (Greek: Κύριλλος Α΄ Ἱεροσολύμων, Kýrillos A Ierosolýmon; Latin: Cyrillus Hierosolymitanus; c. 313 – 386 AD) was a theologian of the early Church. About the end of 350 AD he succeeded Maximus as Bishop of Jerusalem, but was exiled on more than one occasion due to the enmity of Acacius of Caesarea, and the policies of various emperors. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Cyril of Jerusalem has received more than 324,994 page views. His biography is available in 41 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 37 in 2019). Cyril of Jerusalem is the 75th most popular physician (down from 69th in 2019), the 81st most popular biography from Israel (up from 83rd in 2019) and the most popular Israeli Physician.

Cyril of Jerusalem is most famous for his "Catechetical Lectures" which are a series of lectures on Christian doctrine.

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Among physicians, Cyril of Jerusalem ranks 75 out of 502Before him are Peter Canisius, Hans Selye, William P. Murphy, Selman Waksman, Ronald Ross, and Robert Edwards. After him are Theodor Morell, Jean Nicot, Albert Szent-Györgyi, Shirō Ishii, Louis Auguste Blanqui, and William T. G. Morton.

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Among people born in 313, Cyril of Jerusalem ranks 1After him are Didymus the Blind and Balamber. Among people deceased in 386, Cyril of Jerusalem ranks 1After him are Aelia Flaccilla and Emperor Fei of Jin.

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In Israel

Among people born in Israel, Cyril of Jerusalem ranks 81 out of 430Before him are Jehoash of Judah (-843), Rabbi Akiva (50), Ada Yonath (1939), Penitent thief (-18), Melisende, Queen of Jerusalem (1105), and Baldwin III of Jerusalem (1130). After him are Ahaziah of Judah (-900), Amaziah of Judah (-802), Ahaziah of Israel (-870), Pope Theodore I (600), Manasseh (-709), and Nicodemus (-50).

Among PHYSICIANS In Israel

Among physicians born in Israel, Cyril of Jerusalem ranks 1After him are Mustafa Barghouti (1954).