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Pope Constantine

664 - 715

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Pope Constantine (Latin: Constantinus; 664 – 9 April 715) was the bishop of Rome from 25 March 708 to his death. One of the last popes of the Byzantine Papacy, the defining moment of Constantine's pontificate was his 710/711 visit to Constantinople where he compromised with Justinian II on the Trullan canons of the Quinisext Council. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Pope Constantine has received more than 264,513 page views. His biography is available in 67 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 65 in 2019). Pope Constantine is the 455th most popular religious figure (down from 435th in 2019), the 10th most popular biography from Lebanon (up from 195th in 2019) and the 2nd most popular Lebanese Religious Figure.

Pope Constantine is most famous for the Edict of Milan, which legalized Christianity in the Roman Empire.

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Among religious figures, Pope Constantine ranks 455 out of 2,238Before him are Theodore of Amasea, Pope Telesphorus, Pope John III, Pope Zephyrinus, Tollund Man, and Pope Stephen VIII. After him are Beatrice Portinari, Pope Hyginus, Margaret Mary Alacoque, Pope John XIV, Zaynab bint Ali, and Dominic Savio.

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Among people born in 664, Pope Constantine ranks 1After him is Shangguan Wan'er. Among people deceased in 715, Pope Constantine ranks 2Before him is Al-Walid I. After him are Muhammad bin Qasim, Dagobert III, and Qutayba ibn Muslim.

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In Lebanon

Among people born in Lebanon, Pope Constantine ranks 10 out of 138Before him are Khalil Gibran (1883), Ahab (-900), Keanu Reeves (1964), Ulpian (170), Porphyry (233), and Michel Aoun (1935). After him are Charbel Makhlouf (1828), Pope Sisinnius (650), Fairuz (1935), Christina of Bolsena (210), Rafic Hariri (1944), and Amin Maalouf (1949).


Among religious figures born in Lebanon, Pope Constantine ranks 2Before him are Saint Barbara (300). After him are Charbel Makhlouf (1828), Pope Sisinnius (650), Christina of Bolsena (210), Eusebius of Nicomedia (280), Rashid Rida (1865), Sheikh Adi ibn Musafir (1073), Frumentius (400), Pamphilus of Caesarea (240), Bechara Boutros al-Rahi (1940), and Nimatullah Kassab (1808).