Peter III of Alexandria

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Pope Peter III of Alexandria also known as Peter Mongus (from the Greek μογγός mongos, "stammerer") was the 27th Pope of Alexandria & Patriarch of the See of St. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Peter III of Alexandria has received more than 9,662 page views. His biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia. Peter III of Alexandria is the 1,706th most popular religious figure, the 387th most popular biography from Egypt and the 41st most popular Egyptian Religious Figure.

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Among religious figures, Peter III of Alexandria ranks 1,706 out of 2,272Before him are Mohammad Kazem Shariatmadari, Hyacinth, Maximus V of Constantinople, Marian Jaworski, Symmachus, and Gregory III of Constantinople. After him are Josip Bozanić, Antonio Innocenti, Marco Cé, Peter Shirayanagi, Peter Martyr Vermigli, and Guru Har Krishan.

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Among people born in 500, Peter III of Alexandria ranks 43Before him are Vitalian, Skandagupta, Marcia Euphemia, Remismund, Amalaberga, and Sittas. After him are Oisc of Kent, Aedesia, Mihirakula, Fergus Mór, Eormenric of Kent, and Wehha of East Anglia. Among people deceased in 490, Peter III of Alexandria ranks 3Before him are Movses Khorenatsi and Hayk.

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Among people born in Egypt, Peter III of Alexandria ranks 387 out of 520Before him are Mohamed Hassanein Heikal (1923), Kamal Ganzouri (1933), Ahmed Aboul Gheit (1942), Thrasyllus of Mendes (-100), Timocharis (-320), and Hind Rostom (1929). After him are Mostafa El-Nahas (1879), Nerses Bedros XIX Tarmouni (1940), Mahmoud Sami el-Baroudi (1838), Stéphanos II Ghattas (1920), Mohamed Salah (1992), and Atom Egoyan (1960).