Teodosije the Hilandarian
Teodosije the Hilandarian (Serbian: Теодосије Хиландарац, Teodosije Hilandarac, Greek: Θεοδόσιος, Theodosius; 1246-1328) was a Serbian Orthodox clergyman and one of the most important Serbian...
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Yaqob of India
Mar Jacob(Mar Yaqob of India,AD 1301) was one of the legendary metropolitan of the Church of Malabar of St Thomas Christians.
So strong did the Christians of St Thomas become that, at a given m...
Jakov of Serres
Jakov or Jacob of Serres (Serbian: Јаков Серски; 1300–1365) was a medieval Serbian writer, scholar, translator, and hierarch of the Serbian Orthodox Church, one of the most important men of letter...
Urošica Dragutinović Nemanjić
Urošica (Serbian: Урошица; fl. 1285 – before 1316) was a Serbian prince and Orthodox monk, a member of the Nemanjić dynasty. He was the younger son of Stefan Dragutin, King of Serbia 1272–1282 and...
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Áed Ua Crimthainn
Áed Ua Crimthainn (fl. 12th century), also called Áed mac Crimthainn, was abbot and coarb of Terryglass (Tir dá Glas), near Lough Derg in County Tipperary, Ireland. He was the principal scribe of the ...
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Barlaam of Seminara
Barlaam of Seminara (Bernardo Massari, as a layman), ca. 1290-1348, or Barlaam of Calabria was a southern Italian scholar (Aristotelian scholastic) and clergyman of the 14th century, as well as a Huma...
Lupus Servatus
Lupus Servatus, also Servatus Lupus (c. 805 – c. 862), in French Loup, was a Benedictine monk and Abbot of Ferrières Abbey during the Carolingian dynasty, who was also a member of Charles the Bald's c...
Držman
Vukoslavić (Serbian: Вукославић) was a Serbian noble family that held a region in Pomoravlje during the Serbian Empire (1331–1379) and its fall (1379–1459).
The history starts with župan (Duke...
Þangbrandr
Þangbrandr was a missionary sent to Iceland by king of Norway Óláfr Tryggvason to convert the inhabitants to Christianity. Snorri Sturluson described him as follows:
Þangbrandr's origins are uncer...
Peter Ceffons
Peter Ceffons (French: Pierre Ceffons, Latin: Petrus de Ceffons Clarevallensis; fl.1340s) was a French Cistercian theologian and scholastic philosopher, who became Abbot of Clairvaux. He is considered...
Florus of Lyon
Florus of Lyon (Florus Lugdunensis), a deacon in Lyon, was an ecclesiastical writer in the first half of the ninth century. He was probably born shortly before 810. There is no reliable evidence that ...
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Plechelm
Plechelm, O.S.B. (Plechelm of Guelderland, Plechelm, also Pleghelm or Plechelmus; died 730), is honored as a saint in both the Roman Catholic Church and the Old Catholic Church as a patron saint of th...
Archbishop Danilo I
Danilo I (Serbian: Данило I, fl. 1271–72) was the fourth Archbishop of Serbs. After the death of Archbishop Sava II (s. 1263–1271) on 8 February 1271, Danilo was chosen as the next Archbishop. How...
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John Marchesinus
John Marchesinus (called in Latin Johannes Marchesinus and in Italian Giovanni Marchesini) was an Italian Franciscan friar, probably of the late thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries, who was the ...
Colcu mac Connacan
Colcu mac Connacan (died 884) was an Irish historian and Abbot of Ceann Eitigh (Kinnitty), The Annals of the Four Masters, sub anno 884, contains Colcu's obituary:Colcu, son of Connacan, Abbot of Cean...
Gottschalk of Orbais
Gottschalk (also Godescalc, Gotteschalchus) of Orbais (c. 808 – October 30, 867?) was a Saxon theologian, monk and poet who is best known for being an early advocate of the doctrine of two-fold predes...
Saint Sava
Saint Sava (Serbian: Свети Сава, Sveti Sava, [sʋɛ̂ːtiː sǎːʋa], (Latin: Saint Sabbae); 1174 – 14 January 1236) was a Serbian prince and Orthodox monk, the first Archbishop of the autocephalous...
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Conamail mac Faílbi
Conamail mac Faílbi was the tenth abbot of Iona (704–707). Although he did not die until 710, his successor Dunchad was made abbot in 707. This may be evidence of a split in the Iona community over th...
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