List of Archbishops of Crete


List of Archbishops of Crete

* Saint Titus 64 - ?
* Philippos ?
* Cyril ?
* Eumenios ?
* Saint Andrew of Jerusalem 712-740

(The Orthodox Church of Crete was elevated again to Archdiocese under the Ecumenical Patriarchate in 1967.)

* Timotheos III Papoutsakis (10 March 1978 - 26 July 2006Fact|date=February 2007)


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