Eugenius III

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  • EUGENIUS III — I. EUGENIUS III. dictus Bernardus, Pisanus, disc. S. Bernardt, successit Lucio II. Homoadeoineptus, ut Bernardus, Cardinales obiurgans, dixetit, illos irruisse in bominem rusticanum, et eum excussa e mannibus securi, in Palatium traxisse, etc.… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Eugenius III — (d. 1153)    Pope.    Eugenius was born Bernardo Pignatelli in Pisa, Italy. He joined the Cistercian community of Clairvaux and subsequently became Abbot of a house in Rome. He was elected Pope in 1145 and bernard of Clairvaux’s ascetical… …   Who’s Who in Christianity

  • Eugenius III — (Bernardo Pignatelli or Paganelli) died 1153, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1145 53. Also, Eugene III. * * * orig. Bernard of Pisa born , near Pisa died July 8, 1153, Tivoli, near Rome; beatified 1872; feast day July 8 Pope (1145–53). A Cistercian… …   Universalium

  • Eugenius III — (Bernardo Pignatelli or Paganelli) died 1153, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1145 53. Also, Eugene III …   Useful english dictionary

  • Eugenius III of Toledo — Eugenius III (sometimes called the Younger, as the successor of Eugenius II of Toledo) was Archbishop of Toledo from 647 to 13 November657, the date of his death. LifeHe was the son of a Goth named Evantius, became a cleric in the cathedral of… …   Wikipedia

  • Eugenius III, Blessed — ▪ pope also known as  Eugene,  original name  Bernard of Pisa,  Italian  Bernardo di Pisa,  or  Bernardo Paganelli di Montemagno?   born , near Pisa died July 8, 1153, Tivoli, near Rome; beatified 1872; feast day July 8       pope from 1145 to… …   Universalium

  • Eugenius (disambiguation) — Eugenius may refer to:*Eugenius, Roman emperor. *Eugenius, a Roman usurper during the rule of Diocletian. *Eugenius, a Coptic saint see Eugenius, Eugander, and Abilandius. *Eugenius of Palermo, Sicilian admiral. *Eugenius of Carthage, a canonised …   Wikipedia

  • EUGENIUS° — EUGENIUS°, name of four popes. They include the following: EUGENIUS III (1145–53). At the time of Eugenius solemn entry into Rome in 1145, the Jews of the city formed part of the procession which welcomed him. Probably as a result of the anti… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • III — (as used in expressions) Abd al Rahman III Afonso III Alexander III Amenhotep III Andronicus III Palaeologus Antiochus III Augustus III Cabell Calloway III Casimir III Charles III Christian III …   Universalium

  • Eugenius Vulgarius — ou Eugenio Vulgario (fl v. 887 928)[1] était un prêtre et un poète italien du début du Xe siècle. Biographie Le qualificatif d Eugène fait peut être allusion à une origine bulgare, et il se peut qu il ait été un descendant de la horde d… …   Wikipédia en Français

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