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Cungagnaq (date of birth unknown - d. 1815) is venerated as a martyr and saint (as Peter the Aleut) by some jurisdictions of the Eastern Orthodox Church. He was allegedly a native of Kodiak Island (Alutiiq or Sugpiaq), and is said to have received the Christian name of Peter when he was baptized into the Orthodox faith by the monks of St. Herman's missionaries operating in the north. He is purported to have been captured by Spanish soldiers near "San Pedro" and tortured and killed at the instigation of Roman Catholic priests either there or at a nearby location. At the time identified for his death, California was Spanish territory, and Spain was worried about Russian advances southwards from Alaska. Hubert Howe Bancroft, in his multi-volume History of California, only notes that, in conne

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  • Peter the Aleut
  • Pedro el Aleutiano
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  • Piotr Aleut (data urodzenia nieznana, zm. 1815) – święty prawosławny. Pochodził z Aleutów. Według tradycji został zamordowany przez hiszpańskich księży katolickich w San Francisco.
  • Пётр Алеу́т (до крещения — Чукагнак (или Чунагнак), Cungagnaq; † 1815, Калифорния) — святой, прославленный в лике мучеников Православной Церковью в Америке. Память совершается 24 сентября. О мученическом подвиге святого Петра известно из свидетельских показаний Ивана Кыглая и писем ссылающегося на него Семёна Ивановича Яновского (схимонаха Сергия), правителя Русской Америки в 1818—1820 годах. Согласно им, в 1815 году Пётр Алеут, православный верующий, был захвачен в плен испанцами в северной Калифорнии и был замучен до смерти за исповедание православия и отказ принять католическую веру.
  • Cungagnaq (date of birth unknown - d. 1815) is venerated as a martyr and saint (as Peter the Aleut) by some jurisdictions of the Eastern Orthodox Church. He was allegedly a native of Kodiak Island (Alutiiq or Sugpiaq), and is said to have received the Christian name of Peter when he was baptized into the Orthodox faith by the monks of St. Herman's missionaries operating in the north. He is purported to have been captured by Spanish soldiers near "San Pedro" and tortured and killed at the instigation of Roman Catholic priests either there or at a nearby location. At the time identified for his death, California was Spanish territory, and Spain was worried about Russian advances southwards from Alaska. Hubert Howe Bancroft, in his multi-volume History of California, only notes that, in conne
  • San Pedro el Aleutiano, (cerca de 1800 -1815), Cungagnaq antes del bautismo, fue un indígena de las islas Aleutianas converso al cristianismo por la misión de la Iglesia Ortodoxa Rusa en Alaska. Participando la caza de animales marinos junto con los colonizadores rusos cerca de la costa de California, fue capturado con sus compañeros por los españoles, que en aquel entonces aún poseían el territorio y temían que los colonizadores avanzasen más al sur. Imputándoles una caza furtiva los llevaron a San Francisco. Allí los eclesiásticos locales quisieron que los aleutianos se convirtiesen al catolicismo romano, a lo que los cautivos respondieron que ya habían sido bautizados, eran cristianos y no deseaban cambiar su fe. Entonces trataron de que renegaran a la fuerza de su fe, que consideraban
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