Saint Cyril

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Not to be confused with Saint Cyr.

Saint Cyril may refer to:

  • Saint Cyril the Philosopher, believed to have co-invented the Glagolitic alphabet (the first Slavic alphabet) and translated the Bible into Old Church Slavonic
  • Saint Cyril of Alexandria (ca. 376 – 444), Patriarch of Alexandria
  • Saint Cyril of Jerusalem (ca. 313 – 386), theologian and bishop
  • Saint Cyril of Turaw (1130 – 1182), Belarusian bishop and Orthodox saint
  • Saint Kerrill Christian missionary in what is now east County Galway

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