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964 ? Southeast corner of Al-Qurnah, IQ


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964 ? Al-Qurnah, IQ


Included CATHOLICs, ANGLICANs, and BUDDHISTs born 1700 and later. More coming soon.
Adam
964 ? ?, IQ
9700222 ? Cave of the Patriarchs, Hebron, PS

"Southern view" caption from Cave of the Patriarchs article
"Judaism: Cave of the Patriarchs, Hebron, West Bank, ... Sunni Islam: Cave of the Patriarchs, Hebron, West Bank," from List of burial places of biblical figures article

972 ? Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Christian Quarter, Old Quarter, Jerusalem, IL

"View of Holy Sepulchre courtyard also showing the Immovable Ladder" caption from Church of the Holy Sepulchre article

"In his book Jerusalem: The Biography, author Simon Sebag Montefiore says that "tour guides claim [the ladder] can never be moved without other sects seizing it. In fact, the ladder leads to a balcony where the Armenian superior used to drink coffee with his friends and tend his flower garden: it is there so that the balcony can be cleaned." from Immovable Ladder article

972 ? Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Christian Quarter, Old Quarter, Jerusalem, IL

"The Rock of Calvary as seen in the Chapel of Adam" caption from Church of the Holy Sepulchre article

"On the ground floor, underneath the Golgotha chapel proper, are the Chapel of Adam" from Church of the Holy Sepulchre article

964 ? Imam Ali Mosque Najaf, IQ

"According to Shi'ite belief, buried next to Ali within this mosque are the remains of Adam and Noah. Each year millions of pilgrims visit the Shrine and pay tribute to Imam Ali." from Imam Ali Mosque article

Abel
964 ? ?, IQ
963 ? Nabi Habeel Mosque, Al-Zabadani, Damascus, SY

"The Mausoleum of Abel, son of Adam" caption from Nabi Habeel Mosque article

963 ? Nabi Habeel Mosque, Al-Zabadani, Damascus, SY

"Inside the mosque is a 23-feet long sarcophagus covered with green silk tapestry inscribed with verses from the Qur'an" from Nabi Habeel Mosque article

Seth
964 ? ?, IQ
"???" from List of burial places of biblical figures article
Noah "???" from List of burial places of biblical figures article
Abraham
964 ? Ur, Tell el-Muqayyar, Dhi Qar, IQ
972 ? Beersheba, IL

"Abraham's well at Beersheba" caption from Abraham article

9700222 ? Cave of the Patriarchs, Hebron, PS

"Southern view" caption from Cave of the Patriarchs article

9700222 ? Cave of the Patriarchs, Hebron, PS

"Tomb of Abraham" caption from Cave of the Patriarchs article

Isaac 9700222 ? Cave of the Patriarchs, Hebron, PS

"Southern view" caption from Cave of the Patriarchs article

9700222 ? Cave of the Patriarchs, Hebron, PS

"Tomb of Isaac, c. 1911" caption from Cave of the Patriarchs article

9700222 ? Cave of the Patriarchs, Hebron, PS

"Muslims pray, in January 2014" caption from Cave of the Patriarchs article

Jacob 9700222 ? Cave of the Patriarchs, Hebron, PS

"Southern view" caption from Cave of the Patriarchs article

Esau 9700222 ? Cave of the Patriarchs, Hebron, PS

"Southern view" caption from Cave of the Patriarchs article

"According to Jewish tradition, only Esau's head is buried in the Cave of the Patriarchs. According to legends, Ishmael was buried here as well." from List of burial places of biblical figures article

Ishmael 96612 ? Hajr Ismail, Mecca, SA

"Hijr-Ismail (Stone of Ismail) also known as Hateem, is a low wall originally part of the Kaaba. It is a semi-circular wall opposite, but not connected to, the north-west wall of the Kaaba ... Some believe that the graves of Ismail and his mother Hagar are located in this space." from Hajr Ismail article

Aaron
962 ? Petra, Ma'an, JO

"A 14th-century shrine built on top of the supposed grave of Aaron on Jabal Harun in Petra, Jordan." caption from Ramathaim-Zophim article

Eli
972 ? Shilo, Mateh Binyamin, West Bank, IL

972 ? Shilo, Mateh Binyamin, West Bank, IL

from List of burial places of biblical figures article

Samuel
972 ? Shmuel HaNavi, Jerusalem, IL
BC 1064 - BC 1012

972 ? Shmuel HaNavi, Jerusalem, IL

"also called Ramah (Hebrew) and Ramatha in the Douay-Rheims, is a town that has been identified with the modern Nevi Shmuel neighbourhood ('the prophet Samuel'), about 4 or 5 miles north-west of Jerusalem. ... the birthplace of Samuel and the seat of his authority" from Ramathaim-Zophim article
"Ramah viewed from the south, image c. 1915" caption from Ramathaim-Zophim article


972 ? Shmuel HaNavi, Jerusalem, IL

lit. 'Samuel the Prophet neighborhood' is a neighborhood in north-central Jerusalem." from Shmuel HaNavi (neighborhood) article
"Shmuel HaNavi apartments" caption from Shmuel HaNavi (neighborhood) article


9700223 ? Nabi Samwil, PS

"Nabi Samwil(Tomb of Samuel) mosque built on remains of Crusader-era fortress, the Tomb of Samuel is in a crypt below the Mameluke building." caption from Tomb of Samuel article


9700223 ? Nabi Samwil, PS

"Grave of the Prophet Samuel." caption from Samuel article

Isaiah
972 ? ?, IL
BC 07?? - BC 06??
Laozi
86 ? ?, CN
BC 0604 - BC 0531
Buddha
977 ? Lumbini, Kapilavastu, NP
BC 0563 - BC 0483
Confucius
86 ? Qufu, Shandong, CN
BC 0551(09/28) - BC 0479
Socrates
30 ? ?, GR
BC 0469 - BC 0399
Plato
30 ? Athens, GR
BC 0428 - BC 0347
30 ? Plato’s Academy Archeological Park, Eteokleous, Athens, GR

"The archaeological site of Plato's academy." caption from Platonic Academy article

Aristotle
30 ? Stagira, GR
BC 0384 - BC 0322(03/07)
Mengzi
86 ? Zoucheng, Shandong, CN
BC 0372 - BC 0289
Zechariah (priest)
9700222 ?
Hebron, PS
BC 00?? - 00?? or BC 00??
John the Baptist
972 ? ?, IL
BC 00?? - 0030
Jesus
? ? Bethlehem, ?
0000 - 0033
Peter
972 ? (Bethsaida) south of Almagor, IL
? - 0064(10/13)
379 ? St._Peter's_Basilica, VA

"the Basilica is the burial site of St. Peter ... According to tradition, Peter's remains were buried just outside the Circus, on the Mons Vaticanus across the Via Cornelia from the Circus, less than 150 metres (490 ft) from his place of death." from St._Peter's_Basilica article

379 ? St._Peter's_Basilica, VA

"Designed by the Italian artist Gian Lorenzo Bernini, it was intended to mark, in a monumental way, the place of Saint Peter's tomb underneath." from St._Peter's_Baldachin article

379 ? St._Peter's_Basilica, VA

"A portion of the aedicula that was part of St. Peter's tomb rose above level of this floor and was made into the Niche of the Pallium which can be seen in the center of the image." from Saint Peter's tomb article

Andrew
972 ? (Bethsaida) south of Almagor, IL
? - ?
30 ? St Andrew's Cathedral, Patras, GR

"Andrew is said to have been martyred by crucifixion at the city of Patras ... Relics of the Apostle Andrew are kept at the Basilica of St Andrew in Patras, Greece; the Duomo di Sant'Andrea, Amalfi, Italy; St Mary's Roman Catholic Cathedral, Edinburgh, Scotland; and the Church of St Andrew and St Albert, Warsaw, Poland. There are also numerous smaller reliquaries throughout the world." from Andrew the Apostle article

44S ? The Metropolitan Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, GB

"St. Regulus (Rule) was a monk at Patras, who was advised in a dream to hide some of the bones. Shortly thereafter, most of the relics were translated from Patras to Constantinople by order of the Roman emperor Constantius II around 357 and deposited in the Church of the Holy Apostles. Regulus was said to have had a second dream in which an angel advised him to take the hidden relics 'to the ends of the earth' for protection. Wherever he was shipwrecked, he was to build a shrine for them. St. Rule set sail, taking with him a kneecap, an upper arm bone, three fingers and a tooth." from Andrew the Apostle article

39 ? Amalfi Cathedral Amalfi, IT
Amalfi is south of Naples, IT

"In 1208, following the sack of Constantinople, those relics of St. Andrew and St. Peter which remained in the imperial city were taken to Amalfi, Italy,[15] by Cardinal Peter of Capua, a native of Amalfi. A cathedral (Duomo), was built, dedicated to St. Andrew (as is the town itself), to house a tomb in its crypt where it is maintained that most of the relics of the apostle, including an occipital bone, remain." from Andrew the Apostle article

James, son of Zebedee
972 ? (Bethsaida) south of Almagor, IL ? - 0044
34 ? Basilica–Cathedral of Our Lady of the Pillar, Zaragosa, ES
5th largest city in Spain. West of Barcelona.

"AD 40, the Virgin Mary appeared to James on the bank of the Ebro River ... upon a pillar ... in Zaragoza, Spain. Following that apparition, St. James returned to Judea, where he was beheaded by King Herod Agrippa I in the year 44." from James, son of Zebedee article

34 ? Santiago de Compostela Cathedral, Santiago de Compostela, ES

"The cathedral is the reputed burial place of Saint James the Great, one of the apostles of Jesus Christ. The cathedral has historically been a place of pilgrimage on the Way of St. James since the Early Middle Ages and marks the traditional end of the pilgrimage route." from Santiago de Compostela Cathedral article

34 ? Santiago de Compostela Cathedral, Santiago de Compostela, ES

"The crypt, below the main altar, shows the substructure of the 9th-century church. This was the final destination of the pilgrims. The crypt houses the relics of Saint James and two of his disciples : Saint Theodorus and Saint Athanasius." from Santiago de Compostela Cathedral article

John
972 ? (Bethsaida) south of Almagor, IL
0006 - 0098
90 ? Tomb of St. John (Ephesus) 3km sw of Selcuk, TR

"He is said to have lived to an old age, dying at Ephesus ... John's traditional tomb is thought to be located at Selçuk, a small town in the vicinity of Ephesus." from John the Apostle article

Philip
972 ? (Bethsaida) south of Almagor, IL
0006 - 0080
90 ? St. Philip Martyrium (Hierapolis) close to Denizli, TR

"The St. Philip Martyrium stands on top of the hill outside the northeastern section of the city walls. ... In 2011, it was announced that Philip's gravesite may have been discovered about 40 metres (130 ft) from the Martyrium. " from Hierapolis article

Bartholomew
972 ? Kafr_Kanna(aka Cana), IL
? - ?
"Altar of San Bartolomeo Basilica in Benevento, containing the relics of Bartholomew" caption from Bartholomew the Apostle article "A small part of the relics was given in 983 by Otto II, Holy Roman Emperor, to Rome, where it is conserved at San Bartolomeo all'Isola, which was founded on the temple of Asclepius, an important Roman medical centre." from Bartholomew the Apostle article
Thomas
972 ? Galilee, IL
? - 0072(07/03)
Matthew
972 ? Capernaum, IL
? - ?
James, son of Alphaeus
972 ? Galilee, IL
? - 0062
Judas Thaddeus
972 ? Galilee, IL
? - ?
379 ? St._Peter's_Basilica, VA

"buried in St. Peter's Basilica under the St. Joseph altar with St. Simon" from Apostles article

1 606174408 7737680793 National Shrine of Saint Jude3200 E 91st St, Chicago, IL

"two bones (relics) located at National Shrine of St Jude in Chicago, Illinois" from Apostles article

Simon the Zealot
972 ? ?, IL
? - 0065
Judas Iscariot
9700222 ? Hebron, PS
? - ?
Matthias
972 ? ?, IL
? - 0080
Paul
90 ? Tarsus, Mersin, TR
0005 - 0067
963 ? Damascus, SY

"The house believed to be of Ananias of Damascus in Damascus" caption from Paul the Apostle article

963 ? Damascus, SY

"Bab Kisan, believed to be where Paul escaped from persecution in Damascus" caption from Paul the Apostle article

39 ? Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls, Rome, IT "The Basilica was founded by the Roman Emperor Constantine I over the burial place of St. Paul, where it was said that, after the Apostle's execution, his followers erected a memorial, called a cella memoriae." from Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls article
Plotinus
20 ? Tell El-Ruba, Kha, EG
0204 - 0270
Augustine
213 ? Souk Ahras, Souk Ahras, DZ
0354(11/13) - 0430(08/28)
Patrick
44 ? Banna Venta Berniae, England, GB
0373 - 0461(03/17)
Benedict
39 ? Norcia, Perugia, Umbria, IT
0480 - 0547
Muhammad ibn Abdullah(MUSLIM)
96 ? Mecca, Hejaz, SA
0570 - 0632(06/08)
Abu Bakr as-iddiq ‘Abdallah bin Abi Quhafah(SUNNI MUSLIM)
96 ? Mecca, Hejaz, SA
0573(10/27) - 0634(08/23)
Ali ibn Abi Talib(SHIA MUSLIM)
96 ? Ka'bah, Mecca, Hejaz, SA
0601(09/15) - 0661(01/29)
Avicenna
9989 ? Bukhara, Bukhara, UZ
0980 - 1037
Anselm
39 ? Aosta, Aosta Valley, IT
1033 - 1109(04/21)
Ghazali
98 ? Tus, Khorasan, IR
1058 - 1111
Pierre Abelard
33 ? Le Pallet, FR
1079 - 1142(04/21)
Thomas Becket
44 ? Cheapside, London, England, GB
1118 - 1170(12/29)
Averroes
34 ? Córdoba, Andalusia, ES
1126 - 1198(12/10)
Moses Maimonides(JEWISH)
34 ? Córdoba, Andalusia, ES
1135(03/30) - 1204(12/13)
Giovanni di Pietro di Bernardone
39 ? Assisi, IT
1182 - 1226(10/03)
Roger Bacon
44 ? Ilchester, Somerset, England, GB
1214 - 1294
Thomas Aquinas
39 ? Roccasecca, Frosinone, Lazio, IT
1225 - 1274(03/07)
John Duns Scotus
44 ? Duns, Berwickshire, Scotland, GB
1266 - 1308(11/08)
William of Ockham
44 ? Ockham, Surrey, England, GB
1288 - 1348
John Wycliffe
44 ? Hipswell, Richmondshire, North Yorkshire, England, GB
1320 - 1384(12/31)
Jan Hus
42 ? Husinec, Prachatice, CS
1372 - 1415(07/06)
Thomas à Kempis
49 ? Kirchplatz, St. Marien 11, Kempen, Viersen, North Rhine-Westphalia, DE
1380 - 1471(07/25)
Desiderius Erasmus
31 ? Rotterdam, NL
1466(10/27) - 1536(07/12)
Martin Luther
49 ? Lutherstadt Eisleben, Mansfeld-Südharz, Saxony-Anhalt, DE
1483(11/10) - 1546(02/18)
Huldrych Zwingli
41 ? Wildhaus, Wahlkreis Toggenburg, Saint Gallen, CH
1484(01/01) - 1531(10/11)
Thomas Cranmer
44 ? Aslockton, Nottinghamshire, England, GB
1489(07/02) - 1556(03/21)
Ignatius of Loyola
34 ? Loyola, Azpeitia, Guipúzcoa, ES
1491(10/13) - 1556(07/31)
Philipp Schwartzerdt
49 ? Bretten, Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg, DE
1497(02/16) - 1560(02/16)
Francisco de Jasso y Azpilicueta
34 ? Javier, Navarre, ES
1506(04/07) - 1552(12/03)
Jehan Cauvin
33 ? Noyon, Picardie, Oise, FR
1509(07/10) - 1564(05/27)
John Knox(PRESBYTERIAN)
44 ? Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland, GB
1510 - 1572(11/24)
Giordano Bruno
39 ? Nola, Campania, Naples, IT
1548 - 1600(02/17)
William Brewster
44 ? Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, GB
1566 - 1644(04/10)
Jakob Böhme
49 ? Görlitz, DE
1575(04/24) - 1624(11/17)
John Cotton
44 ? ?, England, GB
1585(12/04) - 1652(12/23)
Thomas Hobbes
44 ? Malmesbury, Wiltshire, England, GB
1588(04/05) - 1679(12/04)
René Descartes
33 ? Descartes, Indre-et-Loire, FR
1596(03/31) - 1650(02/11)
Roger Williams(REFORMED BAPTIST)
44 ? London, England, GB
1603(12/21) - 1683(04/01)
Blaise Pascal
33 ? Clermont-Ferrand, FR
1623(06/19) - 1662(08/19)
George Fox
44 ? George Fox Lane, Fenny Drayton, Leicestershire, England, GB
1624(07/??) - 1691(01/13)
John Locke
44 ? Wrington, North Somerset, England, GB
1632(08/29) - 1704(10/28)
Baruch Spinoza
31 ? Amsterdam, NL
1632(11/24) - 1677(02/21)
Gottfried von Leibniz
49 ? Leipzig, Saxony, DE
1646(07/01) - 1716(11/14)
Cotton Mather
1 02205? Boston, MA
1663(02/12) - 1728(02/13)
Ebenezer Erskine
44 ? Cornhill-on-Tweed, Northumberland, England, GB
1680(06/22) - 1754(06/02)
George Berkeley
353 ? Dysart Castle, Thomastown, County Kilkenny, IE
1685(03/12) - 1753(01/14)
Emanuel Swedenborg
46 ? Stockholm, SE
1688(02/08) - 1772(03/29)
John Wesley(METHODIST)
44 ? Epworth, Lincolnshire, England, GB
1703(06/28) - 1791(03/02)
Jonathan Edwards
1 06016 East Windsor, CT
1703(10/05) - 1758(03/22)
Giovanni Vincenzo Antonio Ganganelli(CATHOLIC)
31 ? Santarcangelo di Romagna, IT
1705(10/31) – 1774(09/22)
David Hume
44 ? Edinburgh, Scotland, GB
1711(04/26) - 1776(08/25)
Heinrich Melchior Mühlenberg
49 ? Einbeck, Northeim, Lower Saxony, DE
1711(09/06) - 1787(10/07)
Frederick Cornwallis(ANGLICAN)
44 ? London, England, GB
1713(03/05) – 1783(03/19)
Denis Diderot
33 ? Langres, FR
1713(10/05) - 1784(07/31)
Miguel Jose Serra
34 ? Petra, Majorca, ES
1713(11/24) - 1784(08/28)
Giovanni Angelo Braschi(CATHOLIC)
39 ? Cesena, Emilia-Romagna, IT
1717(12/25) – 1799(08/29)
John Woolman
1 ? between Burlington and Mount Holly Township, NJ
1720(10/30) – 1772(10/07)
Immanuel Kant
7 ? Kaliningrad, Russia, SU
1724(04/22) - 1804(02/12)
Samuel Seabury(EPISCOPAL)
1 ? Ledyard, CT
1729(11/30) – 1796(02/25)
John Moore(ANGLICAN)
44 ? Gloucester, England, GB
1730(04/26) – 1805(01/18)
Samuel Provoost(EPISCOPAL)
1 10001? New York, NY
1742(03/11) – 1815(09/06)
Barnaba Niccolò Maria Luigi Chiaramonti(CATHOLIC)
39 ? Cesena, Emilia-Romagna, IT
1742(08/14) – 1823(08/20)
Johann Gottfried Herder
48 ? Mohrungen, Ostróda, PL
1744(08/25) - 1803(12/18)
Jeremy Bentham
44 ? Spitalfields, London, England, GB
1748(02/15) - 1832(06/06)
William White(EPISCOPAL)
1 ? Philadelphia, PA
1748(04/04) – 1836(07/17)
Charles Manners-Sutton(ANGLICAN)
44 ? Lambeth, London, England, GB
1755(02/17) – 1828(07/21) District
Kyprianos(GREEK ORTHODOX - CYPRUS)
357 ? Strovolos, Nicosia, CY
1756 - 1821
Richard Allen
1 ? Kent County, DE
1760(02/14) - 1831(03/26)
Annibale Francesco Clemente Melchiorre Girolamo Nicola Sermattei della Genga(CATHOLIC)
39 ? Genga, Marche, IT
1760(08/22) – 1829(02/10)
Francesco Saverio Castiglioni(CATHOLIC)
39 ? Cingoli, Marches, IT
1761(11/20) – 1830(11/30)
Johann Gottlieb Fichte
49 ? Rammenau, Saxony, DE
1762(05/19) - 1814(01/27)
Bartolomeo Alberto Cappellari(CATHOLIC)
39 ? Belluno, Veneto, IT
1765(09/18) – 1846(06/01)
Alexander Viets Griswold(EPISCOPAL)
1 ? Simsbury, CT
1766(04/22) – 1843(02/15)
William Howley(ANGLICAN)
44 ? Ropley, Hampshire, England, GB
1766 – 1848
Friedrich Daniel Ernst Schleiermacher
48 ? Breslau, Lower Silesia, PL
1768(11/21) - 1834(02/12)
Edward Dorr Griffin
1 06423 East Haddam, CT
1770(01/06) - 1837(11/08)
Georg Wilhelm Freidrich Hegel
49 ? Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, DE
1770(08/27) - 1831(11/14)
Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling
49 ? Leonberg, Böblingen, Baden-Württemberg, DE
1775(01/27) - 1854(08/20)
Lyman Beecher(PRESBYTERIAN)
1 ? New Haven, CT
1775(10/12) - 1863(01/10)
Philander Chase(EPISCOPAL)
1 ? Cornish, NH
1775(12/14) – 1852(09/20)
Thomas Church Brownell(EPISCOPAL)
1 ? Westport, MA
1779(10/19) – 1865(01/13)
John Bird Sumner(ANGLICAN)
44 ? born at Kenilworth, Warwickshire, England, GB
1780(02/25) - 1862(09/06)
William Ellery Channing
1 02840 Newport, RI
1780(04/07) - 1842(10/02)
Martin Harris(MORMON)
1 ? Easton, NY
1783(05/18) - 1875(07/10)
Arthur Schopenhauer
48 ? Danzig, PL
1788(02/22) - 1860(09/21)
John Henry Hopkins(EPISCOPAL)
353 ? Dublin, IE
1792(01/30) – 1868(01/09)
Giovanni Maria Mastai-Ferretti(CATHOLIC)
39 ? Senigallia, Ancona, Marche, IT
1792(05/13) - 1878(02/07)
Benjamin Bosworth Smith(EPISCOPAL)
1 ? Bristol, RI
1794(06/13) – 1884
Charles Thomas Longley(ANGLICAN)
44 ? Rochester, Kent, England, GB
1794(07/28) - 1868(10/27)
Charles Hodge
1 19104? Philadelphia, PA
1797(12/27) - 1878(06/15)
Isidore Marie Auguste François Xavier Comte
33 ? Montpellier, Hérault, Languedoc-Roussillon, FR
1798(01/17) - 1857(09/05)
John Woodbridge 1613 - 1696
John Biddle44 ? Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire, England, GB1615(01/14) - 1662(09/22)

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