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Gerard, of Csanád, Saint, approximately 980-1046

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Personal name headingGerard, of Csanád, Saint, approximately 980-1046
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Variant(s)Gellért, Saint, approximately 980-1046
Gerard, din Cenad, Saint, approximately 980-1046
Gerard, of Csanád, Saint, ca. 980-1046
Gerard, Sagredo, Saint, approximately 980-1046
Gerard, Saint, Bishop of Csanád, approximately 980-1046
Gerard, Saint, Bp. of Csanád, ca. 980-1046
Gerardus, Saint, approximately 980-1046
Gerhard, Saint, approximately 980-1046
Gerhard, von Csanád, Saint, approximately 980-1046
Birth date0980~
Death date1046
Field of activityChristianity
AffiliationCatholic Church Benedictines
Profession or occupationMonks Bishops
Found inNew Cath. enc., 1967: v. 6, p. 377 (Gerard of Csanád, St., bishop and martyr; b. in Sagrado, c. 980; d. Buda, 9/24/1046)
Holweck, 1924: p. 426 (Gerard Sagredo)
Book of saints, 1966: p. 307 (Gerard Sagredo, St.)
Új magy. lex., 1960: v. 3, p. 38 (Gellért, Szent, ca. 980-1046)
Silagi, G. Untersuchungen ... 1967.
His Armonia lumii ... 1984: t.p. (Gerard din Cenad)
Deliberatio Gerardi Moresanae aecclesiae episcopi supra hymnum trium puerorum, 1999: page v (Auctor est primus dioecesis Moresanae, post Chanadiensis, episcopus, 1030-1046)
Wikipedia (English), April 25, 2015 (Gerard Sagredo, O.S.B. (Italian: Gerardo di Csanád; Hungarian: Szent Gellért; Romanian: Sfântul Gerard) (23 April 980 - 24 September 1046), was an Italian Benedictine monk from Venice, who served in the Kingdom of Hungary, specifically in Buda, and in Csanád)
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