Pancras of Rome

289 - 304

Pancras of Rome

Saint Pancras (Latin: Sanctus Pancratius) was a Roman citizen who converted to Christianity, and was beheaded for his faith at the age of fourteen, around the year 304. His name is Greek (Παγκράτιος) and means "the one that holds everything". From an early stage, Saint Pancras was venerated together with Saints Nereus and Achilleus in a shared feast day and Mass formula on 12 May. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Pancras of Rome has received more than 205,218 page views. His biography is available in 27 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 416th most popular religious figure.

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Among religious figures, Pancras of Rome ranks 416 out of 2,001Before him are Pope Constantine, Gregory the Illuminator, Pope Eleutherius, Simon Magus, Abu Hurairah, and William Laud. After him are Bruno of Cologne, Rose of Lima, Pope John XI, Muhammad al-Baqir, Abd Allah ibn Abbas, and Pope Agapetus I.

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Among people born in 289, Pancras of Rome ranks 1After him are Fausta, Euphemia, and Julius Constantius. Among people deceased in 304, Pancras of Rome ranks 3Before him are Saint Lucy and Saint Florian. After him are Vincent of Saragossa, Christina of Bolsena, Pope Marcellinus, Philomena, Eulalia of Mérida, Anastasia of Sirmium, Euphemia, Juliana of Nicomedia, and Saint Afra.

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In Turkey

Among people born in Turkey, Pancras of Rome ranks 190 out of 901Before him are Mausolus (-410), Ahmet Necdet Sezer (1941), Sabbatai Zevi (1626), Baldwin I, Latin Emperor (1172), Michael VII Doukas (1050), and Maurice (539). After him are Arrian (89), Nabonidus (-555), Yunus Emre (1240), Dionysius of Halicarnassus (-60), Hussein bin Ali, Sharif of Mecca (1853), and Alexios IV Angelos (1182).


Among religious figures born in Turkey, Pancras of Rome ranks 31Before him are Pope John VI (655), Gregory Palamas (1296), Theodore of Amasea (300), Michael I Cerularius (1005), Maximus the Confessor (580), and Sabbatai Zevi (1626). After him are Saint Nino (296), Pope John V (635), Pope Stephen III (720), Parascheva of the Balkans (1000), Dorothea of Caesarea (279), and Dionysius Exiguus (475).

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