Sabbas the Goth

334 - 372

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Sabbas the Goth (Romanian: Sava Gotul, Greek: Σάββας ο Γότθος; died 12 April 372) is a Christian martyr and saint. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Sabbas the Goth has received more than 42,715 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Sabbas the Goth is the 1,607th most popular religious figure (down from 1,469th in 2019), the 203rd most popular biography from Romania (down from 168th in 2019) and the 5th most popular Romanian Religious Figure.

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Among religious figures, Sabbas the Goth ranks 1,607 out of 2,272Before him are Porphyry of Gaza, Adrianus Johannes Simonis, Francisco Álvarez Martínez, Mario Aurelio Poli, Stephen Kim Sou-hwan, and Bezalel. After him are Pierre Robert Olivétan, Peter Turkson, Giovanni Coppa, Maurizio Malvestiti, Plutarch of Byzantium, and Abercius of Hieropolis.

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Among people born in 334, Sabbas the Goth ranks 3Before him are Pope Siricius and Huiyuan.  Among people deceased in 372, Sabbas the Goth ranks 3Before him are Hilarion and Maximus of Ephesus.

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In Romania

Among people born in Romania, Sabbas the Goth ranks 203 out of 572Before him are Nicolae Titulescu (1882), Adolf Albin (1848), István Avar (1905), Olha Kobylianska (1863), Constantin Constantinescu-Claps (1884), and Patriarch Miron of Romania (1868). After him are Kálmán Tisza (1830), Nicolae Rădescu (1874), Ion Ghica (1816), Simon Hollósy (1857), Viorica Dăncilă (1963), and Miodrag Belodedici (1964).


Among religious figures born in Romania, Sabbas the Goth ranks 5Before him are John Cassian (360), Peter Mogila (1596), Nicolaus Olahus (1493), and Lucian Mureșan (1931). After him are Alexandru Todea (1912).