|Archbishop of Esztergom|
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Saint Astrik of Pannonhalma (also known as Anastasius, Astericus, Ascrick, Astricus) (d. ca. 1030/1040) is a saint of the 11th century. He accompanied Saint Adalbert in the latter's missionary work to the Bohemians and became the first abbot of Břevnov Monastery. He later fled to the Kingdom of Hungary and was engaged in missionary work among the Magyars.
He served the wife of Géza in 997 and was first abbot of Pannonhalma Archabbey, which had been founded by Géza. He then served Géza's son, Stephen I of Hungary, and became the first archbishop of the Hungarian Church.
|Bishop of Kalocsa
c. 1002–c. 1005
|Archbishop of Kalocsa
|Archbishop of Esztergom
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