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Heraclius or Eraclius (c. 1128 – 1190/1191), was archbishop of Caesarea and Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem. Heraclius was from the Gévaudan in Auvergne, France. Like his later rival William of Tyre he studied law at the University of Bologna: his contemporaries and friends included Stephen of Tournai and Gratian. He arrived in the Kingdom of Jerusalem before 1168, where he first appears as magister Heraclius, witnessing patriarchal deeds. He was appointed archdeacon of Jerusalem in 1169. In this capacity he tried unsuccessfully to persuade Pope Alexander III to reinstate Gilbert d'Aissailly as Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller, although the Pope praised him for his presentation of the case. By 1175 he was archbishop of Caesarea (while William served as archbishop of Tyre). As archbisho

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  • Patriarch Heraclius of Jerusalem
  • Heraclius von Caesarea
  • Heraclio de Auvernia
  • Héraclius d'Auvergne
  • Eraclio di Cesarea
  • Herakliusz (patriarcha Jerozolimy)
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  • Héraclius ou Eracles d'Auvergne (1128-1190/91), prélat français originaire d'Auvergne ou du Gévaudan[réf. nécessaire], est archevêque de Césarée, puis patriarche latin de Jérusalem de 1180 à 1191.
  • Heraclius or Eraclius (c. 1128 – 1190/1191), was archbishop of Caesarea and Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem. Heraclius was from the Gévaudan in Auvergne, France. Like his later rival William of Tyre he studied law at the University of Bologna: his contemporaries and friends included Stephen of Tournai and Gratian. He arrived in the Kingdom of Jerusalem before 1168, where he first appears as magister Heraclius, witnessing patriarchal deeds. He was appointed archdeacon of Jerusalem in 1169. In this capacity he tried unsuccessfully to persuade Pope Alexander III to reinstate Gilbert d'Aissailly as Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller, although the Pope praised him for his presentation of the case. By 1175 he was archbishop of Caesarea (while William served as archbishop of Tyre). As archbisho
  • Heraclius von Caesarea († 1191 bei Akkon) war Erzbischof von Caesarea und Patriarch von Jerusalem. Er stammte aus der Auvergne und studierte – wie sein späterer Rivale Wilhelm von Tyrus – Recht in Bologna. Er kam ins Königreich Jerusalem als ernannter Erzbischof von Caesarea, während Wilhelm Erzbischof von Tyrus war. Beide nahmen 1179 am Dritten Laterankonzil teil. 1180 wurde Wilhelm als erster Kandidat für die Nachfolge als Patriarch von Jerusalem gehandelt, doch der Einfluss von Agnes von Edessa, der Mutter des Königs Balduin IV., brachte Heraclius ins Amt.
  • Heraclio de Auvernia (1128–1190/1191), fue Arzobispo de Cesarea y Patriarca de Jerusalén. Heraclio era de la región de Gévaudan en Auvernia, Francia. Estudió derecho en la Universidad de Bolonia al igual que su futuro rival, Guillermo de Tiro, y sus amigos Esteban de Tournai y Graciano. Llegó al Reino de Jerusalén antes de 1168, siendo nombrado archidiácono de Jerusalén en 1169. Intentó sin éxito persuadir al papa Alejandro III para que restableciera a Gilbert d'Aissailly como Gran Maestre de los Caballeros Hospitalarios, a pesar de que el Papa elogió su presentación del caso. En 1175 fue nombrado arzobispo de Cesarea (mientras que Guillermo ejercía como Arzobispo de Tiro). Como arzobispos, Heraclio y Guillermo asistieron al Tercer Concilio Lateranense en 1179. En 1180, al morir el patriar
  • Herakliusz (zm. 1191) – francuski duchowny rzymskokatolicki, patriarcha Jerozolimy w latach 1180-1191 Pochodził z Owernii. Mimo braków w edukacji zrobił karierę w hierarchii kościelnej Królestwa Jerozolimskiego. Zawdzięczał ją hrabinie Agnieszce z Courtenay, matce króla Baldwina IV, która pałała do niego uczuciem. Dzięki jej poparciu został najpierw arcybiskupem Cezarei, a po śmierci Amalryka z Nesle łacińskim patriarchą Jerozolimy. Herakliusz zmarł latem 1191 roku, podczas oblężenia Akki przez krzyżowców.
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