masculine Kallinik

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kalós nī́kē > Kallínikos
This name derives from the Ancient Greek “Kallínikos (Καλλίνικος),” composed of two elements: “kalós ‎(καλός)” (beautiful, lovely, virtuous, noble) plus “nī́kē ‎(νῑ́κη)” (victory, success). In turn, the name means “beautiful victory.” 1) Kallinikos I was the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople from 693 to 705. 2) Mithridates I Callinicus was a king of Orontid Armenian descent who lived between 2nd-century BC and 1st century BC. 3) Kallinikos was the exarch of Ravenna (597–602/ 603). He is called Gallicinus, or Gallicini patricii, by the Lombard historian Paul the Deacon (Latin text, English: patrician Gallicinus).



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