Mammes of Caesarea

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Saint Mammes (Mamas, Mammas, Mammet) of Caesarea (Greek: Μάμας; French: Mammès; Italian: Mamante; Spanish: Mamés; Portuguese: São Mamede) was a child-martyr of the 3rd century, who was martyred at Caesarea. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Mammes of Caesarea has received more than 63,686 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Mammes of Caesarea is the 811th most popular religious figure, the 390th most popular biography from Turkey and the 59th most popular Turkish Religious Figure.

Mammes of Caesarea is most famous for its ancient synagogue, which is one of the oldest synagogues in the world.

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Among religious figures, Mammes of Caesarea ranks 811 out of 2,272Before him are Yamamoto Tsunetomo, Ludmila of Bohemia, Theodore Stratelates, Pat Garrett, Frederick Fleet, and Roger Etchegaray. After him are Antipope Gregory VIII, Margaret of Hungary, Tarasios of Constantinople, Veronica Giuliani, `Abdu'l-Bahá, and Cyril Lucaris.

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Among people born in 259, Mammes of Caesarea ranks 3Before him are Rebecca and Emperor Hui of Jin.  Among people deceased in 275, Mammes of Caesarea ranks 4Before him are Zenobia, Aurelian, and Tarcisius. After him is Paul of Samosata.

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In Turkey

Among people born in Turkey, Mammes of Caesarea ranks 390 out of 1,128Before him are Maathorneferure (-1250), İbrahim Tatlıses (1952), Eubulides (-500), Andriscus (-185), Aristophanes of Byzantium (-257), and Anna Porphyrogenita (963). After him are Tarasios of Constantinople (730), Arshile Gorky (1904), Suleiman ibn Qutulmish (1100), Anitta (-1700), Chryses of Troy (null), and Antipas of Pergamum (100).


Among religious figures born in Turkey, Mammes of Caesarea ranks 59Before him are Theophilus of Antioch (140), Onesimus (1), Expeditus (300), Athanasius the Athonite (920), Euphemia (289), and Agabus (100). After him are Tarasios of Constantinople (730), Antipas of Pergamum (100), Paul of Samosata (200), Adrian and Natalia of Nicomedia (300), Theodore of Mopsuestia (350), and Melito of Sardis (140).