Pope Evaristus

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Pope Evaristus was the fifth pope of the Catholic Church (counting Saint Peter as the first one) being bishop of Rome from c. 99 to his death c. 107. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Pope Evaristus has received more than 317,005 page views. His biography is available in 78 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 77 in 2019). Pope Evaristus is the 193rd most popular religious figure (down from 186th in 2019), the 6th most popular biography from Palestine (up from 7th in 2019) and the 4th most popular Religious Figure.

Pope Evaristus is most famous for being the first pope to be martyred.

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Among religious figures, Pope Evaristus ranks 193 out of 2,272Before him are Saint Patrick, Pope Marcellus II, Pope Benedict XI, Pope Innocent VI, Pope Clement X, and Pope Alexander I. After him are Pope Sixtus II, Pope Innocent IX, Pope Gregory VIII, Malik ibn Anas, Philip Melanchthon, and Aminah.

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Among people born in 44, Pope Evaristus ranks 1 Among people deceased in 105, Pope Evaristus ranks 1After him are Pacorus II and Plutarch of Byzantium.

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In Palestine

Among people born in Palestine, Pope Evaristus ranks 6 out of 28Before him are David (-1010), Saul (-1079), Al-Shafi‘i (767), Zechariah (-90), and Elizabeth (-100). After him are Amos (-800), Zacchaeus (50), Athaliah (-900), Herod Archelaus (-23), Jehoshaphat (-908), and Justin Martyr (100).


Among religious figures born in Palestine, Pope Evaristus ranks 4Before him are Saul (-1079), Zechariah (-90), and Elizabeth (-100). After him are Amos (-800), Jehoshaphat (-908), Justin Martyr (100), Mary of Bethany (null), and Hilarion (291).