Nilus, Saint

Nilus, Saint
Nilus, Saint
Fifth-century monk at Mount Sinai

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  • Nilus the Younger — For the elder Nilus (died c. 430), see Saint Nilus. Saint Nilus the Younger Portrait of Nilus, Sanctuary of San Nicodemo in Mammola, which is dedicated to Saint Nicodemus of Mammola. Abbot …   Wikipedia

  • Nilus of Sinai — Saint Nilus of Sinai Died 430 AD Honored in Eastern Orthodox Church, Roman Catholic Church, Armenian Church Feas …   Wikipedia

  • Nilus — may refer to: In Greek mythology, Nilus (mythology) was a son of Oceanus and Tethys. He was the god of the Nile River, equivalent to the Egyptian god Hapy. Saint Nilus the Elder (died 430) Saint Nilus the Younger (910–1005) Nilus Cabasilas (14… …   Wikipedia

  • Saint Nilus — can refer to:*Nilus of Sinai (Nilus the Elder) (d. c. 430) *Saint Nilus the Younger (San Nilo da Rossano) (910 1005) *Nil Sorsky (Nilus of Sora) (c. 1433 1508) *St. Nilus of Stolbnyi Island (16th century) …   Wikipedia

  • Nilus Of Ancyra, Saint — ▪ Greek abbot also called  Nilus The Ascetic   died c. 430, , Ancyra, Galatia; feast day November 12       Greek Byzantine abbot and author of extensive ascetical literature that influenced both Eastern and Western monasticism. He also… …   Universalium

  • Nilus Of Rossano, Saint — ▪ abbot also called  Nilus The Younger  born c. 905, Rossaro, Calabria, Kingdom of Naples [Italy] died December 29, 1005, Abbey of Santa Agata, near Rome; feast day September 26       abbot and promoter of Greek monasticism in Italy, who founded… …   Universalium

  • Saint Ambrose of Optina — Infobox Saint name=Saint Ambrose of Optina birth date=5 December 1812 death date=23 October 1891 feast day=OldStyleDateNY|23 October|10 October (Repose) OldStyleDateNY|10 July|27 June (Uncovering of Relics) venerated in=Eastern Orthodox Church… …   Wikipedia

  • Nilus de Sinai — Nil du Sinaï  Pour saint Nil le Jeune, voir Nil de Rossano. Saint Nil du Sinaï ou Nil d Ancyre fut un moine grec du IVe siècle, disciple de saint Jean Chrysostome. Né à Ancyre, il avait été préfet de Constantinople, mais il quitta le… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • St. Nilus —     Saint Nilus     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► St. Nilus     (Neilos)     Nilus the elder, of Sinai (died c. 430), was one of the many disciples and fervent defenders of St. John Chrysostom. We know him first as a layman, married, with two sons.… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Pyotr Nilus — Pyotr Alexandrovich Nilus ( ru. Пётр Александрович Нилус; OldStyleDate|21 February|1869|8 February Podolia 23 May 1943 Paris) [ Pyotr Nylus, the poet of art , Odessa, N3, 1996] ru icon ] [ Some… …   Wikipedia

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