Pope Sabinian

530 - 606

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Pope Sabinian (Latin: Sabinianus, died 22 February 606) was the bishop of Rome from 13 September 604 to his death. His pontificate occurred during the Eastern Roman domination of the papacy. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Pope Sabinian has received more than 141,352 page views. His biography is available in 65 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 62 in 2019). Pope Sabinian is the 444th most popular religious figure (down from 391st in 2019), the 186th most popular biography from Turkey (down from 172nd in 2019) and the 29th most popular Religious Figure.

Pope Sabinian is most famous for being the pope who had to deal with the aftermath of the Gothic War.

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Among religious figures, Pope Sabinian ranks 444 out of 2,238Before him are Joseph Smith, Pope Hilarius, Devadatta, Musa al-Kadhim, Pope Innocent I, and Philomena. After him are Pope Stephen II, Anastasia of Sirmium, Hugues de Payens, Bruno of Cologne, Theodore of Amasea, and Pope Telesphorus.

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Among people born in 530, Pope Sabinian ranks 1After him are Alboin, Venantius Fortunatus, Sophia, Waldrada, and Goiswintha. Among people deceased in 606, Pope Sabinian ranks 1After him are Sengcan and Pybba of Mercia.

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Among people born in Turkey, Pope Sabinian ranks 186 out of 1,301Before him are Apollonius of Tyana (15), Pope John V (635), Stateira II (-346), Hussein bin Ali, Sharif of Mecca (1853), Dragut (1485), and Briseis (null). After him are Beyhan Sultan (1497), Constantine IV (652), Theodore of Amasea (300), Phorcys (null), Andronikos I Komnenos (1118), and Adnan Menderes (1899).


Among religious figures born in Turkey, Pope Sabinian ranks 29Before him are Saint Timothy (17), Thecla (100), Clement of Ohrid (840), Pope John VII (650), Parascheva of the Balkans (1000), and Pope John V (635). After him are Theodore of Amasea (300), Gregory Palamas (1296), Pope John VI (655), Michael I Cerularius (1005), Dorothea of Caesarea (279), and Sabbas the Sanctified (439).