Cassian


Cassian

There are multiple individuals in history bearing the name or by-name of "Cassian". These include:
*Cassian of Imola, fourth century Christian martyr,
*Cassian the ascetic, fifth century Christian author,
*John Cassian, the French saint,
*Marcellus the Centurion, martyr of Tingis, sometimes called "Cassian"


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  • Cassian — Cassian, Kassian oder Cassianus ist der Name folgender Personen: Johannes Cassianus (Johannes von Massilia; * um 360; † um 435), christlicher Geistlicher und Schriftsteller Kassian (Cassianus; von Imola; † 303/304), christlicher Märtyrer und… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Cassiān — Cassiān, dünnes Zeug mit glatten eingedrückten Figuren …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Cassian — m English: from the name (Latin Cassiānus) of several early saints, most notably one martyred at Tangier in 298. The name is a derivative of the old Roman family name Cassius. It is of uncertain derivation, but may be connected with the Latin… …   First names dictionary

  • Cassian — Nina Cassian Nina Cassian, de son vrai nom Renée Annie Cassian, est née à Galati en Roumanie en 1924. Nina Cassian est poétesse, journaliste, critique de cinéma, compositeur, traductrice (entre autres de Bertolt Brecht, Christian Morgenstern,… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Cassian — noun of mostly historical use …   Wiktionary

  • Cassian — lateinischer Ursprung, Nebenform von → Cassius (Bedeutung angelehnt an einen römischen Familiennamen) …   Deutsch namen

  • CASSIAN — Cassianae, Cassianus …   Abbreviations in Latin Inscriptions

  • Cassian, John — • Article on the monk and ascetic writer, who attempted to convey the teaching and way of life of the desert fathers and mothers to the fledgling monastic movement in Gaul Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Cassian, John      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • CASSIAN (Katz), NINA — (1924– ), Romanian poet. Starting with proletcultist poetry during the Stalinist period, Cassian became later one of the most important Romanian poets. Among her collections of poetry were Sărbătorile zilnice ( The Daily Holydays, 1961),… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Cassian Dapoz — (* 12. August 1874 in Campill im Gadertal; † 16. August 1946 in Meran) war ein Maler und Restaurator in Südtirol. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Biographie 2 Werke 3 Bibliographie …   Deutsch Wikipedia


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