John XIV of Constantinople

1282 - 1347

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John XIV, surnamed Kalekas (Greek: Ίωάννης ΙΔ' Καλέκας), (c. 1282 – 29 December 1347) was the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople from 1334 to 1347. He was an anti-hesychast and opponent of Gregory Palamas. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of John XIV of Constantinople has received more than 17,007 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. John XIV of Constantinople is the 1,699th most popular religious figure, the 127th most popular biography from Bulgaria and the 5th most popular Bulgarian Religious Figure.

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Among religious figures, John XIV of Constantinople ranks 1,699 out of 2,272Before him are Miguel Obando y Bravo, Neophyte of Bulgaria, Gregory Peter XX Ghabroyan, Andrea Cordero Lanza di Montezemolo, Marie-Dominique Chenu, and Abu al-Misk Kafur. After him are Mohammad Kazem Shariatmadari, Hyacinth, Maximus V of Constantinople, Marian Jaworski, Symmachus, and Gregory III of Constantinople.

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Among people born in 1282, John XIV of Constantinople ranks 9Before him are Öz Beg Khan, Margaret of France, Queen of England, Don Juan Manuel, Eric Magnusson, Alexios II of Trebizond, and Tode Mongke. After him is Duwa. Among people deceased in 1347, John XIV of Constantinople ranks 5Before him are William of Ockham, Louis IV, Holy Roman Emperor, Joan III, Countess of Burgundy, and Maria of Navarre.

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Among people born in Bulgaria, John XIV of Constantinople ranks 127 out of 313Before him are Georgi Sava Rakovski (1821), Ahmed Dogan (1954), Cniva (200), Neophyte of Bulgaria (1945), Princess Eudoxia of Bulgaria (1898), and Anton Pann (1796). After him are Euthymius of Tarnovo (1317), Ivan Dimitrov (1935), Nikola Vaptsarov (1909), Stanko Todorov (1920), Teres I (-470), and Ferdinand Bruckner (1891).


Among religious figures born in Bulgaria, John XIV of Constantinople ranks 5Before him are John of Rila (876), Jeremias II of Constantinople (1536), Maxim of Bulgaria (1914), and Neophyte of Bulgaria (1945). After him are Euthymius of Tarnovo (1317).