- died a.d. 701, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 687–701.
- died a.d. 847, pope 844–847.
- died a.d. 911, pope 904–911.
- died 1012, pope 1009–12.
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Examples from the Web for sergius
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Father Sergius knew this common, cold, conventional, and most irreligious type.
Now he had been told that Father Sergius wrought cures, and had brought her to him.
It had never occurred to Father Sergius that he could cure the sick.
In general in the seventh year of his life in the monastery Sergius grew weary.
The exchange into the metropolitan monastery was an important event in Sergius's life.
Word Origin and History for sergius
masc. proper name, from Latin, of Etruscan origin.
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