Saint Ursula

400 - 383

Saint Ursula

Saint Ursula (Latin for 'little female bear') is a legendary Romano-British Christian saint, died on 21 October 383. Her feast day in the pre-1970 General Roman Calendar is 21 October. There is little definite information about her and the anonymous group of holy virgins who accompanied her and on some uncertain date were killed at Cologne. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Saint Ursula has received more than 462,050 page views. Her biography is available in 35 different languages on Wikipedia making her the 245th most popular religious figure.

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  • 35

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  • 10.02

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 2.08

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among religious figures, Saint Ursula ranks 245 out of 2,001Before her are Pope Anicetus, Pope Gregory II, Pope Anastasius I, Saint Cecilia, Pope Honorius IV, and Saint Pantaleon. After her are Pope Damasus I, Pope Callixtus II, Ephrem the Syrian, Rabia of Basra, Francis de Sales, and Malik ibn Anas.

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Among people born in 400, Saint Ursula ranks 2Before her is Kālidāsa. After her are Merovech, Pope Celestine I, Pope Zosimus, Olybrius, Alexius of Rome, Joannes, Publius Flavius Vegetius Renatus, Fritigern, Constantine III, and Ermanaric. Among people deceased in 383, Saint Ursula ranks 3Before her are Ulfilas and Gratian. After her are Ardashir II and Frumentius.

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In Germany

Among people born in Germany, Saint Ursula ranks 190 out of 3,763Before her are Justus von Liebig (1803), Gustav Ludwig Hertz (1887), Edith Stein (1891), Johann Friedrich Herbart (1776), Conrad III of Germany (1093), and Otto III, Holy Roman Emperor (980). After her are Princess Sophie of Bavaria (1805), Franz Marc (1880), Wilhelm Canaris (1887), Christian IX of Denmark (1818), Nelly Sachs (1891), and Michael Schumacher (1969).


Among religious figures born in Germany, Saint Ursula ranks 6Before her are Martin Luther (1483), Pope Benedict XVI (1927), Hildegard of Bingen (1098), Pope Joan (null), and Ambrose (340). After her are Pope Gregory V (972), Thomas à Kempis (1380), Bruno of Cologne (1030), Pope Damasus II (1000), Anne Catherine Emmerich (1774), and Pope Victor II (1018).

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