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Bishops

There are eleven Bishops called Anton.

  • Anton Martin Slomšek

    Anton Martin Slomšek (26 November 1800 – 24 September 1862) was a Slovene bishop, author, poet, and advocate of Slovene culture.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anton Martin Slomšek)

  • Karl Theodor Anton Maria von Dalberg

    Karl Theodor Anton Maria von Dalberg is a Bishop... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Karl Theodor Anton Maria von Dalberg)

  • Christoph Anton Migazzi

    Count Christoph Cardinal Anton Migazzi (fully , , October 14, 1714, Trento - April 14, 1803, Vienna) was Prince Archbishop of Vienna.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Christoph Anton Migazzi)

  • Anton Durcovici

    Anton Durcovici (May 17, 1888—December 10, 1951) was an Austro-Hungarian-born Romanian Roman Catholic clergyman, a victim of the Communist regime.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anton Durcovici)

  • Cornelius Richard Anton van Bommel

    Cornelius Richard Anton van Bommel (born at Leyden 5 April 1790, died 7 April 1852) was a Dutch Bishop of Liège.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Cornelius Richard Anton van Bommel)

  • Anton Maria Salviati

    Anton Maria Salviati (January 21, 1537 - April 26, 1602) was an Italian Roman Catholic cardinal.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Anton Maria Salviati)

  • Anton Josef Gruscha

    Anton Josef Gruscha is a Bishop... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anton Josef Gruscha)

  • Count Leopold Anton von Firmian

    Count Leopold Anton von Firmian is a Bishop... (extract from the wikipedia article on Count Leopold Anton von Firmian)

  • Joseph Anton Gall

    Joseph Anton Gall (1748–1807) was the bishop of Linz from 1788 to 1807.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Joseph Anton Gall)

  • Anton Mahnič

    Dr. Anton Mahnič, also spelled as Antun Mahnić in Croatian ortography (14 September 1850 – 30 December 1920), was a Slovene and Croatian Roman Catholic bishop, theologian and philosopher, founder and the main leader of the Croatian Catholic movement.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Anton Mahnič)

  • Anton Schlembach

    Anton Schlembach (7 February 1932-) is bishop emeritus and the former 95th Bishop of Speyer.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Anton Schlembach)

Anton

Gender: usually male

Meaning: Worthy of praise

Origin: Slavic

Lucky Number: Four

Popularity: Position 171 in 1880, currently decreasing

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