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- Look up Sergius in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Sergius was the name of a Roman Patrician Gens, Sergia (or Sergii), originally from Alba Longa (Latium...
- asked Sergius to become his successor but Sergius declined, preferring to remain a simple monk rather than be a bishop. As an ascetic, Sergius did not...
- severely punished, with Bacchus dying during torture, and Sergius eventually beheaded. Sergius and Bacchus were very po****r throughout Late Antiquity,...
- proconsul away from the faith" and converted Sergius to Christianity. A boundary stone of Claudius mentioning Sergius was discovered at Rome in 1887. It records...
- Lucius Sergius Catilina (108 or 106 BC – January 62 BC), known in English as Catiline (/ˈkætəlaɪn/), was a Roman patrician, soldier and politician. He...
- ages. It is a common Christian name, in honor of Saint Sergius, or in Russia, of Saint Sergius of Radonezh, and has been the name of four popes. It has...
- Pope Sergius could refer to: Pope Sergius I (pope 687–701) Pope Sergius II (pope 844–847) Pope Sergius III (pope 904–911) Pope Sergius IV (pope 1009–1012)...
- Theophylact I of Tusculum, Sergius seized the papal throne from Antipope Christopher, who in turn had deposed Pope Leo V. Sergius' reign was subsequently...
- Named Sergius after becoming a monk, he studied in Nizhny Novgorod seminary and later in Saint Petersburg Theological Academy. In 1890 Sergius was sent...
- centuries from his accession in 840 until the death of his namesake Sergius VII in 1137. Sergius was originally the dux of ****ae, a Neapolitan dependency. In...