Ilia II of Georgia

1933 - Today

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Ilia II (Georgian: ილია II), also transliterated as Ilya or Elijah (born 4 January 1933), is the Catholicos-Patriarch of All Georgia and the spiritual leader of the Georgian Orthodox Church. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Ilia II of Georgia has received more than 118,895 page views. His biography is available in 25 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 23 in 2019). Ilia II of Georgia is the 990th most popular religious figure (up from 998th in 2019), the 483rd most popular biography from Russia (up from 496th in 2019) and the 9th most popular Russian Religious Figure.

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Among religious figures, Ilia II of Georgia ranks 990 out of 2,272. Before him are Abd al-Rahman ibn Muljam, Mechtilde, Raymond Franz, Haran, Mohammad Hussein Fadlallah, and Fausto Sozzini. After him are John the Merciful, Arnold Janssen, Paul Marcinkus, Leopold Mandić, Peter Claver, and Nicholas Mystikos.

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Among people born in 1933, Ilia II of Georgia ranks 100Before him are Richard S. Castellano, Joan Rivers, Ko Un, Tom Skerritt, Rik Van Looy, and Bata Živojinović. After him are Yuri Oganessian, Juan Marsé, Donald E. Westlake, The Singing Nun, Sheldon Adelson, and Luis Bacalov.

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In Russia

Among people born in Russia, Ilia II of Georgia ranks 483 out of 2,688. Before him are Grand Duke Michael Pavlovich of Russia (1798), Dmitry Merezhkovsky (1866), Marianne von Werefkin (1860), Dietrich von Saucken (1892), Catharina of Württemberg (1783), and Valentin Ivanov (1934). After him are Valentin Pavlov (1937), Aleksandr Kuprin (1870), Nikolay Bobrikov (1839), Mikhail Lazarev (1788), Yuri Oganessian (1933), and Korney Chukovsky (1882).


Among religious figures born in Russia, Ilia II of Georgia ranks 9Before him are Eugen Sandow (1867), Patriarch Nikon of Moscow (1605), Basil Fool for Christ (1468), Sergius of Radonezh (1314), Avvakum (1620), and Nadezhda von Meck (1831). After him are Patriarch Tikhon of Moscow (1865), Alexander Schmorell (1917), Maria Alexandrovna Ulyanova (1835), Aleksandr Akimov (1953), Anna Vyrubova (1884), and Xenia of Saint Petersburg (1719).