Pamphilus of Caesarea

240 - 309

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Saint Pamphilus (Greek: Πάμφιλος; latter half of the 3rd century – February 16, 309), was a presbyter of Caesarea and chief among the biblical scholars of his generation. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Pamphilus of Caesarea has received more than 41,627 page views. His biography is available in 20 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 19 in 2019). Pamphilus of Caesarea is the 950th most popular religious figure (down from 940th in 2019), the 25th most popular biography from Lebanon (down from 21st in 2019) and the 7th most popular Lebanese Religious Figure.

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Among religious figures, Pamphilus of Caesarea ranks 950 out of 2,272Before him are Adolfo Nicolás, Odilo of Cluny, Aristides of Athens, John Harvard, Fidelis of Sigmaringen, and Gerard Majella. After him are Praxedes, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, Nahor, son of Serug, Ignatios of Constantinople, George Syncellus, and Donatus Magnus.

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Among people born in 240, Pamphilus of Caesarea ranks 4Before him are Zenobia, Maximian, and Lucian of Antioch. After him are Cassian of Imola and Gupta. Among people deceased in 309, Pamphilus of Caesarea ranks 4Before him are Pope Marcellus I, Saint Menas, and Hormizd II. After him are Valerius Romulus, Domitius Alexander, and Adur Narseh.

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Among people born in Lebanon, Pamphilus of Caesarea ranks 25 out of 119Before him are Sheikh Adi ibn Musafir (1073), Bachir Gemayel (1947), Hassan Nasrallah (1960), Michel Suleiman (1948), Amine Gemayel (1942), and Antipater of Sidon (-200). After him are Bechara Boutros al-Rahi (1940), Frumentius (400), Camille Chamoun (1900), Tammam Salam (1945), Pierre Gemayel (1905), and Kamal Jumblatt (1917).


Among religious figures born in Lebanon, Pamphilus of Caesarea ranks 7Before him are Saint Barbara (300), Charbel Makhlouf (1828), Christina of Bolsena (210), Eusebius of Nicomedia (280), Rashid Rida (1865), and Sheikh Adi ibn Musafir (1073). After him are Bechara Boutros al-Rahi (1940), Frumentius (400), Nasrallah Boutros Sfeir (1920), Nimatullah Kassab (1808), and Aram I (1947).