Paul I of Constantinople

Paul I of Constantinople

Paul I or Paulus I or Saint Paul the Confessor (died c. 350), was the sixth bishop of Constantinople, elected first in 337 AD. Paul became involved in the Arian controversy which drew in the Emperor of the West, Constans, and his counterpart in the East, his brother Constantius II. Paul was installed and deposed three times from the See of Constantinople between 337 and 351. He was murdered by strangulation during his third and final exile in Cappadocia. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Paul I of Constantinople has received more than 45,492 page views. His biography is available in 19 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 1,766th most popular religious figure.

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Among religious figures, Paul I of Constantinople ranks 1,758 out of 2,001Before him are Kriengsak Kovitvanit, Georg Sterzinsky, Remigius of Rouen, Aldhelm, Jaime Sin, and Donald Wuerl. After him are John Colet, Severino Poletto, Jean Marcel Honoré, Silvano Piovanelli, Laurean Rugambwa, and Louis-Marie Billé.

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Among people born in Greece, Paul I of Constantinople ranks 567 out of 698Before him are Petros Protopapadakis (null), Theodoros Pangalos (1938), Alexandre Tuffère (1876), Kostas Karyotakis (1896), Thrasyvoulos Zaimis (1822), and Stefanos Dragoumis (1842). After him are Stylianos Gonatas (1876), Sotiria Bellou (1921), Sibyrtius (null), Dimitris Avramopoulos (1953), Gregory III of Constantinople (1450), and Agathonas Iakovidis (1955).


Among religious figures born in Greece, Paul I of Constantinople ranks 28Before him are Ieronymos II of Athens (1938), Porphyry of Gaza (347), Anastasios of Albania (1929), Patriarch Theodore II of Alexandria (1954), Megabates (-600), and Gregory VII of Constantinople (1850). After him are Gregory III of Constantinople (1450) and Achaicus of Corinth (null).

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