Pope Soter

120 - 174

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Pope Soter (Latin: Soterius) was the bishop of Rome from c. 167 to his death in c. 174. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Pope Soter has received more than 240,818 page views. His biography is available in 72 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 71 in 2019). Pope Soter is the 435th most popular religious figure (down from 420th in 2019), the 533rd most popular biography from Italy (down from 501st in 2019) and the 199th most popular Italian Religious Figure.

Pope Soter is most famous for his role in the First Council of Nicaea.

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Among religious figures, Pope Soter ranks 435 out of 2,272Before him are Pope John XI, Camillus de Lellis, Saint Sarah, Antipope Benedict XIII, Pope Boniface VI, and Salome. After him are Pope Constantine, Pope Victor I, Musa al-Kadhim, Simon Magus, Jehoshaphat, and Pope Stephen III.

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Among people born in 120, Pope Soter ranks 3Before him are Lucian and Gaius. After him is Tatian. Among people deceased in 174, Pope Soter ranks 1

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Among people born in Italy, Pope Soter ranks 533 out of 4,088Before him are Charles Edward Stuart (1720), Camillus de Lellis (1550), Anna Magnani (1908), Giovanni Falcone (1939), Pope Boniface VI (800), and Charles III of Naples (1345). After him are Simonetta Vespucci (1453), Alberto Ascari (1918), Gaius Julius Caesar (-135), Publius Cornelius Scipio (-260), Pope Stephen III (720), and Antonio Pigafetta (1492).


Among religious figures born in Italy, Pope Soter ranks 199Before him are Pope Stephen II (715), Pope Stephen I (200), Alphonsus Liguori (1696), Pope John XI (910), Camillus de Lellis (1550), and Pope Boniface VI (800). After him are Pope Stephen III (720), Pope Marinus I (830), Pope John XVII (950), Pope Adrian III (800), Denis (210), and Pope Miltiades (250).