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Ignatius, Saint, Bishop of Antioch, -approximately 110

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Personal name headingIgnatius, Saint, Bishop of Antioch, -approximately 110
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Variant(s)Ighnātiyūs, al-Anṭākī, Saint, -approximately 110
Ignace, d'Antioche, Saint, -approximately 110
Ignasi, d'Antioquia, Saint, -approximately 110
Ignatiĭ, Bogonoset︠s︡, Saint, -approximately 110
Ignatios, Saint, Bishop of Antioch, -approximately 110
Ignatios tou Theophorou, Episkopos Antiocheias tēs Megalēs, -approximately 110
Ignatius Theophorus, Saint, Bishop of Antioch, -approximately 110
Ignatius, of Antioch, Saint, -approximately 110
Ignatius, Saint, Bishop of Antioch, d. ca. 110
Ignatius, Saint, Bp. of Antioch, 1st cent.
Ignatius, von Antiochia, Saint, -approximately 110
Ignatius, von Antiochien, Saint, -approximately 110
See alsoPseudo-Ignatius, of Antioch
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Associated placeAntioch (Turkey)
Death date0110~
Place of birthSyria
Place of deathRome (Italy)
Profession or occupationBishops
Christian martyrs
Found inPaulsen, Henning. Die Briefe des Ignatius von Antiochia und der Brief des Polykarp von Smyrna, 1985: title page (Ignatius von Antiochia)
New Catholic encyclopedia. Second edition, 2003: volume 7, page 310 (Ignatius of Antioch, St.; one of the earliest bishops of Antioch; martyr; theologian of the primitive Church; apparently of Syrian origin; died in Rome circa 110; known primarily through seven epistles he wrote in the course of his journey from Antioch to Rome as a prisoner condemned to death for his faith during the reign of the emperor Trajan (98-117))
Encyclopedia Britannica (Ignatius of Antioch, Saint; died circa 110)
Ignatius, Saint, Bishop of Antioch. Cartes, 1988: title page (Sant Ignasi d'Antioquia)
Hierai akoulouthiai tou Hagiou endoxou hieromartyros, Ignatiou tou Theophorou, episkopou Antiocheias tēs Megalēs, 1996.
Pami︠a︡tniki drevnekhtistianskoĭ pisʹmennosti, 2005: title page (Svi︠a︡toĭ Ignatiĭ Bogonoset︠s︡)
Ante-Nicene Fathers. Volume 1, 1987: page 105 (8 of the 15 epistles bearing the name Ignatius, Bishop of Antioch, are now ... admitted to be spurious)
English Wikipedia, viewed February 3, 2022 (Ignatius of Antioch; also known as Ignatius Theophorus; early Christian writer and Patriarch of Antioch; while en route to Rome, where he met his martyrdom, he wrote a series of letters)
Not found inCodices Vaticani Latini. Tomus 1, pars 2. Codices 373-678: pages 452-462 (under 672: Pseudo-Ignatii epistulae)