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Kaisarios of Buzau

borndied
unknownunknown
Metropolitan of Hungaro-Walachia (0–0)* Romanian Orthodox Church


Syedna Musa Kalimuddin

bornactivedied
unknown1692-1711unknown
Islam; Dai al-Mutlaq Leader (1692-1711)* Dawoodi Bohra


Kalinik II Grk

bornactivedied
unknown1765-1766unknown
Patriarch (1765-1766)* Serbian Orthodox Church


Kalinik I Skopljanac

bornactivedied
unknown1693-1710unknown
Patriarch of Serbia (1693-1710)*Serbian Orthodox Church -*Church of Constantinople


Kallinikos

bornactivedied
unknown1770-1791unknown
Metropolitan of Turnovo (1770-1791)* Bulgarian Orthodox Church


Kallinikos I

bornactivedied
unknown1850s-1860sunknown
Pope and Patriarch of Alexandria between 1858 and 1861 for the Greek Orthodox Church. He participated in the National Assemblies of Constantinople in the years 1858-1860. He tried unsuccessfully to bring about unity with the Coptic Church. He resigned from the Patriarchal Throne on 24th May 1861.
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Hayim Kamhi

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unknown1677-1715unknown
Chief Rabbi (1677-1715)* Ottoman Empire


Karapet II

aka: Garabed II, Garabed Oolnetzi
bornactivedied
unknown1726-1729unknown
the Catholicos of the Armenian Apostolic Church between 1726 and 1729. Because of grave political and military situation in Armenia, it was not possible to elect a new Catholicos of All Armenians in Etchmiadzin following death of Catholicos Asdvadzadur I of Armenia. For that reason the Armenian Patriarch of Constantinople Hovhannes IX organized an election ...
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Joseph Karo

aka: Yosef Caro, Qaro, HaMechaber, Maran
borndied
14881575, Mar 24
author of the last great codification of Jewish law, the Shulchan Aruch, which is still authoritative for all Jews pertaining to their respective communities. His reputation during the last thirty years of his life was greater than that of almost any other rabbi since Maimonides. The Italian Azariah dei Rossi, though his views differed widely from Kar...
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Kattumangattu Abraham Mar

bornactivedied
unknown1772-1802unknown
Metropolitan (1772-1802)* Malabar Independent Syrian Church


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Jens Matthias Pram Kaurin

bornactivedied
1804, Nov 251858-18611863, Jul 6
a Norwegian professor of theology, biblical translator, and Lutheran priest. He served as the Bishop of the Diocese of Bjørgvin from 1858 until 1861. Among his works were significant contribution to a new and controversial edition of Pontoppidans forklaring, and participation in a new translation of the Old Testament into the Norwegian language.
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Thomas Ken

borndied
1637, Jul1711, Mar 19
an English cleric who was considered the most eminent of the English non-juring bishops, and one of the fathers of modern English hymnody. In 1679, Ken was appointed by Charles II chaplain to the Princess Mary, wife of William of Orange. While with the court at the Hague, he incurred the displeasure of William by insisting that a promise of marriage, made to...
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Aga Khan I

aka: Hasan Ali Shah
bornactivedied
18041818-18811881
the governor of Kirman, 46th Imam of the Nizari Ismaili Muslims, and prominent Muslim leader in Iran and later in the Indian Subcontinent. Born in Kahak, Iran, died in Bombay, India. Soon after the accession of Muhammad Shah Qajar to the throne of his grandfather, Fath Ali Shah, the Imam Hasan Ali Shah was appointed governor of Kerman in 1835. At the time, K...
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Kidanagan Geevarghese Mar

bornactivedied
unknown1811-1829unknown
Metropolitan (1811–1829)* Malabar Independent Syrian Church


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Henry King

borndied
15921669, Sep 30
an English poet and bishop. On 6 February 1639 he was made dean of Rochester, and on 6 February 1642, the day after the House of Lords had passed the bill to deprive the bishops of their votes, he became Bishop of Chichester; he was also presented to the rectory of Petworth in Sussex. King wrote many elegies on royal persons and on his private friends, who i...
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Charles Kingsley

borndied
1819, Jun 121875, Jan 23
a broad church priest of the Church of England, a university professor, historian and novelist. He is particularly associated with the West Country and northeast Hampshire. He was a friend and correspondent with Charles Darwin. Kingsley's interest in history is...
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Kiril

bornactivedied
unknown1825-1827unknown
Metropolitan of Belgrade (1825–1827)* Serbian Orthodox Church


Kirile

bornactivedied
unknown1737-1739unknown
Catholicos-Patriarch of Iberia (1737-1739) for the Orthodox Church of Georgia.
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Kirilo II Grk

bornactivedied
unknown1758-1763unknown
Patriarch (1758-1763)* Serbian Orthodox Church


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Robert Kirk

borndied
1644, Dec 91692, May 14
a minister, Gaelic scholar and folklorist, best known for The Secret Commonwealth, a treatise on fairy folklore, witchcraft, ghosts, and second sight, a type of extrasensory perception described as a phenomenon by the people of the Scottish Highlands. Folklorist Stewart Sanderson and mythologist Marina Warner call Kirk's collection of supernatural tales one ...
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Ralph Knevet

borndied
16001671
an English clergyman and poet. Knevet was an avowed disciple of George Herbert, and was described as a "learned and spasmodically talented poet". He wrote the play Rhodon and Iris dedicated to Nicholas Bacon and presented it at the Florist's Feast in Norwich on 3 May 1631. In 1633 he authored the MS. Supplement of the Faery Queene in Three Books. In 1637 he...
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Edward Knott

borndied
15821656
an English Jesuit controversialist, twice provincial of the Society of Jesus in England. He was ordained priest on 27 March 1606. He entered the Society of Jesus on 2 October the same year, and upon the expiration of his novitiate in 1608 he was appointed penitentiary in Rome. During 1626 he was a missioner in the Suffolk district. He was apprehended in 1629...
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John Knowles [1]

bornactivedied
unknown1646-1668unknown
an English antitrinitarian preacher, imprisoned in 1665. A short paper of arguments for the deity of Christ, sent by Eaton to Chester from Dukinfield, was published by Knowles in 1650, with his own reply. The imprimatur of Porter's pamphlet, entitled ‘A Serious Exercitation,’ is dated 26 December 1650, and by that time Knowles was ‘late preacher at Che...
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John Knox

bornactivedied
1513 ca1546-15721572, Nov 24
a Scottish clergyman, theologian, and writer who was a leader of the Protestant Reformation and is considered the founder of the Presbyterian denomination in Scotland. He is believed to have been educated at the University of St Andrews and worked as a notary-priest. Influenced by early church reformers such as more
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Ferdinand Konscak

aka: Konšcak
bornactivedied
1703, Dec 21746-17531759, Sep 10
a Jesuit missionary, explorer, and cartographer. In 1729, Konscak left for Cádiz in Spain, then went to North America, where he was active as a missionary on New Spain's Baja California Peninsula (today part of Mexico), from 1732 to the end of his life.
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Konstantios [1]

bornactivedied
unknown1772-1783unknown
Metropolitan of Durrës and Gora (1772-1783)* Orthodox Church of Albania


Konstantios [2]

bornactivedied
unknown1827-1830unknown
Metropolitan of Turnovo (1827–1830)* Bulgarian Orthodox Church


Konstantios I

bornactivedied
unknown1748-1759unknown
Archbishop of Sinai (1748-1759)* Orthodox Church of Mount Sinai


Konstantios II

bornactivedied
unknown1804-1859unknown
Archbishop of Sinai (1804–1859)* Orthodox Church of Mount Sinai


Koorilose I

bornactivedied
unknown1802-1807unknown
Metropolitan (1802–1807)* Malabar Independent Syrian Church


Koorilose II

bornactivedied
unknown1807-1811unknown
Metropolitan (1807–1811)* Malabar Independent Syrian Church


Koorilose III

bornactivedied
unknown1856-1888unknown
Metropolitan (1856–1888)* Malabar Independent Syrian Church


Kosmas

bornactivedied
unknown1694-1702unknown
Metropolitan of Durrë (1694-1702)* Orthodox Church of Albania


Kosmas

bornactivedied
unknown1702-1706unknown
Archbishop of Sinai (1702-1706)* Orthodox Church of Mount Sinai


Kosmas

bornactivedied
unknown1694-1702unknown
Metropolitan of Durrë (1694-1702)* Orthodox Church of Albania


Kosmas

bornactivedied
unknown1787-1792unknown
Metropolitan of Hungaro-Walachia (1787-1792)* Romanian Orthodox Church


Kosmas III

aka: Kosmos II, Cosmas II, Cosmas III
bornactivedied
unknown1714-17361736
the Ecumenical Patriarch of for the Church of Constantinople from 1714 to 1716. He also served as Pope and Patriarch of Alexandria for the Greek Orthodox Church under the episcopal name Cosmas (Kosmas) II from 1723 until his death in 1736.
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Kosmas III

bornactivedied
unknown1730s-1740sunknown
Pope and Patriarch of Alexandria for the Greek Orthodox Church (1736-1746). He was a highly educated man of the Church. He served as Metropolitan of Pisidia and was elected Patriarch of Alexandria by the Ecumenical Patriarchate.
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Ignacy Krasicki

borndied
1735, Feb 31801, Mar 14
the Prince-Bishop of Warmia and from 1795 Archbishop of Gniezno (thus, Primate of Poland), was Poland's leading Enlightenment poet ("the Prince of Poets"), a critic of the clergy, Poland's La Fontaine, author of the first Polish novel, playwright, journalist, encyclopedist, and translator from French and Greek. His most notable literary works were his Fabl...
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Sebastian Krelj

borndied
15381567, Dec 25
a Slovene Protestant reformer, writer, pastor, linguist and preacher and regarded as one of the most educated Slovene Protestants of the 16th century. Krelj had a wide linguistic and philologic knowledge: besides Slovene, German and Latin, he knew Ancient Greek, Hebrew, Croatian and Glagolitic literature. Krelj put the central dialect into context of dialect...
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Krikor III

bornactivedied
unknown1721-1729unknown
Catholicose of Cilicia (1721-1729)* Armenian Apostolic Church


Kyprianos [1]

bornactivedied
unknown1761-1762unknown
Archbishop of Nea Justiniana and All Cypru (1761-1762)* Orthodox Church of Cyprus


Kyprianos [2]

bornactivedied
17561810-18211821
the Archbishop of the Cypriot Orthodox Church in the early 19th century at the time that the Greek War of Independence broke out. Born in Strovolos. In 1810, he became the Archbishop of Nea Justiniana and All Cypru with the Orthodox Church of Cyprus. Died in 1821 in Nicosia.
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Kyprianos I

bornactivedied
unknown1760s-1780sunknown
Pope and Patriarch of Alexandria for the Greek Orthodox Church (1766-1783). A virtuous man of the Church about whom very few facts are known. He re-instituted the Hellenic School of Cairo and concerned himself mainly with the solution to the Sinaitic issue.
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Kyrillos

bornactivedied
unknown1759-1763unknown
Archbishop of Ohrid (1759-1763)* Orthodox Church of Macedonia


Kyrillos

bornactivedied
unknown1816-1829unknown
Metropolitan of Ethiopia (1816–1829)* Ethiopian Church


Kyrillos II

bornactivedied
unknown1699-1703unknown
Metropolitan of Athens (1699-1703)* Orthodox Church of Greece


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Kyrillos III Loukaris

bornactivedied
unknown1601-1620unknown
Pope and Patriarch of Alexandria for the Greek Orthodox Church (1601-1620). He co-authored many letters, homilies and theological essays. At a local Synod in Cairo , he condemned the Latin propaganda against the Christians of Egypt. He approached the Protestant Christians of the West, in order to restrain the activities of proselytism of the Roman Catholic ...
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Kyrillos I

bornactivedied
unknown1759-1790unknown
Archbishop of Sinai (1759-1790)* Orthodox Church of Mount Sinai


Kyrillos I

bornactivedied
unknown1849-1854unknown
Archbishop of Nea Justiniana and All Cypru (1849–1854)* Orthodox Church of Cyprus


Kyrillos II

bornactivedied
unknown1845-1872unknown
Patriarch (1845–1872)* Patriarchate of Jerusalem


Kyrillos II

bornactivedied
unknown1859-1867unknown
Archbishop of Sinai (1859–1867)* Orthodox Church of Mount Sinai

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