Vitalis of Milan

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Saint Vitalis of Milan (Italian: San Vitale) was an early Christian martyr and saint. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Vitalis of Milan has received more than 50,983 page views. His biography is available in 20 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 16 in 2019). Vitalis of Milan is the 1,270th most popular religious figure (up from 1,328th in 2019), the 1,901st most popular biography from Italy (up from 2,091st in 2019) and the 362nd most popular Religious Figure.

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Among religious figures, Vitalis of Milan ranks 1,270 out of 2,238Before him are Macrina the Younger, Ivo of Chartres, Meher Baba, Raffaele Riario, Antipope Adalbert, and William M. Branham. After him are Augustin Bea, Peter Nolasco, Guru Angad, Clemens August of Bavaria, Zanabazar, and Raymond Franz.

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Among people born in Italy, Vitalis of Milan ranks 1,901 out of 4,668Before him are Elisabetta Gonzaga (1471), Archduke Johann Salvator of Austria (1852), Gaius Terentius Varro (-300), Raffaele Riario (1461), Alberic I of Spoleto (900), and Antipope Adalbert (1001). After him are Humbert II, Count of Savoy (1065), Prince Michael of Greece and Denmark (1939), Properzia de' Rossi (1490), Carmine Crocco (1830), Aurelio Peccei (1908), and Francesco Algarotti (1712).


Among religious figures born in Italy, Vitalis of Milan ranks 362Before him are Antoninus of Florence (1389), Agnes of Montepulciano (1268), Virginia Centurione Bracelli (1587), Antipope Sylvester IV (1100), Raffaele Riario (1461), and Antipope Adalbert (1001). After him are Antipope Christopher (900), Raniero Cantalamessa (1934), Andrew Corsini (1301), Gaspar del Bufalo (1786), Ludovico Ludovisi (1595), and Felice della Rovere (1483).