Pope Theonas of Alexandria

300 - 300

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Pope Theonas of Alexandria was the 16th Pope and Patriarch of Alexandria, reigning from 282 to 300. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Pope Theonas of Alexandria has received more than 28,379 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Pope Theonas of Alexandria is the 1,933rd most popular religious figure, the 425th most popular biography from Egypt and the 44th most popular Egyptian Religious Figure.

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Among religious figures, Pope Theonas of Alexandria ranks 1,933 out of 2,272Before him are Saint Telemachus, Raúl Eduardo Vela Chiriboga, Kuriakose Elias Chavara, Salvatore De Giorgi, Leonid Stadnyk, and Anselmo Lorenzo. After him are László Lékai, John Patrick Foley, Hugh O'Flaherty, Ísleifur Gissurarson, Pino Puglisi, and Louis Raphaël I Sako.

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Among people born in 300, Pope Theonas of Alexandria ranks 63Before him are Felix of Nola, Nagasena, Proculus, Eudoxius of Antioch, Jacob of Nisibis, and Ablabius.  Among people deceased in 300, Pope Theonas of Alexandria ranks 17Before him are Bongsang of Goguryeo, Minervina, Julia Cornelia Paula, Commodian, Kartir, and Cniva.

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Among people born in Egypt, Pope Theonas of Alexandria ranks 425 out of 520Before him are Alex Proyas (1963), Sherif Ismail (1955), Tiberius Claudius Balbilus (100), Mahmoud El-Gohary (1938), Ahmose, son of Ebana (-1600), and Hassan Shehata (1947). After him are Pope Timothy I of Alexandria (350), Pope Timothy II of Alexandria (null), Jonathan Williams (1942), Gamal El-Ghitani (1945), Roland Moreno (1945), and Atef Sedky (1930).