Anacletus

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Internationalization
Afrikaans: Pous Anacletus I
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Asturianu: Anacletu
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Bahasa Indonesia: Paus Anakletus
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Basa Jawa: Paus Anakletus I
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Беларуская: Анаклет
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Bosanski: Papa Anaklet
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Brezhoneg: Anacletus
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Български: Анаклет I
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Català: Anaclet I
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Cebuano: Papa Anacleto
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Čeština: Anaklét
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Dansk: Pave Anaklet 1.
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Deutsch: Anaklet
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Eesti: Anacletus I
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Ελληνικά: Πάπας Ανάκλητος
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English: Pope Anacletus
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Español: Anacleto
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Esperanto: Kleto
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Français : Anaclet
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Galego: Anacleto, papa
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ქართული: კლეტუს I
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한국어: 교황 아나클레토
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Hrvatski: Anaklet
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Italiano: Papa Anacleto I
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עברית: אנקלטוס
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Kiswahili: Papa Anacletus
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Latina: Anacletus
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Lietuvių: Šv. Anakletas
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Magyar: I. Anaklét pápa
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Македонски: Папа Анаклетиус
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Nederlands: Paus Anacletus I
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日本語: アナクレトゥス
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Norsk bokmål: Kletus
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Norsk nynorsk: Pave Kletus I
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Polski: Anaklet
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Português: Papa Anacleto
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Română: Papa Anaclet
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Русский: Клет
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Slovenčina: Anaklét
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Српски / srpski: Папа Анаклетије
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Suomi: Anacletus
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Svenska: Anacletus I
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Tagalog: Anacleto
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ไทย: สมเด็จพระสันตะปาปาอนาคลีตุส
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Українська: Анакліт
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中文: 聖克雷
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English: Pope Anacletus (or Anencletus), was the third pope (after St Peter and St Linus). His papal name, which is Greek, signifies one who has been "called back" to service. He may have been the same person as Cletus. Eusebius, Irenaeus, Augustine and Optatus all suggest that both names refer to the same individual. On the other hand, the Liberian Catalogue and the Liber Pontificalis both state that Anacletus and Cletus are different persons.
Deutsch: Anaklet (auch Anenkletus, Anakletus, Anacletus, Cletus, Anencletus) (* Rom; † 13. Juni 88 (?) in Rom) war dritter Bischof von Rom, wahrscheinlich auch mit Papst Kletus identisch.
Latina: Anacletus sive Anencletus Papa (post Sanctum Petrum et Sanctum Linum) tertius Ecclesiae Catholicae fuit . Ab anno p.Chr.n. LXXX. ad annum XCII. episcopatu functus est. Eusebius, Irenaeus, Augustinus, Optatus opinantur Anacletum Cletumque hominem eundem fuisse, sed Liber Pontificalis Anacletum et Cletum duos viros fuisse confirmat.