List of Greek Orthodox Patriarchs of Alexandria


List of Greek Orthodox Patriarchs of Alexandria

The Eastern Orthodox Patriarch of Alexandria has the title Pope and Patriarch of Alexandria and All Africa.

The following list contains all the incumbents of the Eastern Orthodox Patriarchate of Alexandria.

ee also

*List of Patriarchs of Alexandria, for the earlier Patriarchs of Alexandria prior to the schism.
*List of Coptic Orthodox Popes of Alexandria, for the Popes of the Coptic Orthodox Church.
*Greek Orthodox Church of Alexandria

Greek Orthodox Patriarchs of Alexandria

*Mark the Evangelist (43-63)
*Anianus (61-82)
*Avilius (83-95)
*Kedron (96-106)
*Primus (106-118)
*Justus (118-129)
*Eumenes (131-141)
*Markianos (142-152)
*Celadion (152-166)
*Agrippinus (167-178)
*Julian (178-189)
*Demetrius (189-232)
*Heraclas (232-248)
*Dionysius (248-264)
*Maximus (265-282)
*Theonas (282-300)
*Peter I (300-311)
*Achillas (312-313)
*Alexander I (313-326)
*Athanasius I (328-339)
**Gregory of Cappadocia (339-346), an Arian installed by the Emperor and not recognized by the adherents of the Nicene creed
*"Athanasius I" (346-373, restored)
*Peter II (373-380)
**Lucius of Alexandria (373-377), an Arian installed by the Emperor and not recognized by the adherents of the Nicene creed
*Timothy I (380-385)
*Theophilus I (385-412)
*Cyril I (412-444)
*Dioscorus I (444-451), deposed by the Council of Chalcedon but still recognized by Miaphysites until his death in 454.
*Proterius (451-457)
**"vacant" (457-460)
*Timothy III (460-475)
**"vacant" (475-477)
*Peter III (477)
*Timothy III (477-482, restored)
*John I (482)
*Peter III Mongus (482-490, restored)
*Athanasius II (490-496)
*John II (496-505)
*John III (505-516)
*Dioscorus II (516-517)
*Timothy IV (517-535)
*Theodosius I (535-536)
**Gainas (535), in opposition to Theodosius
*Paul (536-540)
*Zoilus (541-551)
*Apollinarius (551-569)
*John IV (569-579)
**"vacant" (579-581)
*Eulogius I (581-607)
*Theodore I (607-609)
*John V (610-619)
**"vacant" (619-621)
*George I (621-631)
*Cyrus (631-643)
*Peter IV (643-651)
*Theodore II
*Peter V
*Peter VI
*Theophylactus
*Onopsus
*Cosmas I (727-768)
*Politianus (768-813)
*Eustatius (813-817)
*Christopher I (817-841)
*Sophronius I (841-860)
*Michael I (860-870)
*Michael II (870-903)
**"vacant" (903-907)
*Christodoulus (907-932)
*Eutychius (932-940)
*Sophronius II (941)
*Isaac (941-954)
*Job (954-960)
**"vacant" (960-963)
*Elias I (963-1000)
*Arsenius (1000-1010)
*Theophilus (1010-1020)
*George II (1021-1051)
*Leontius (1052-1059)
*Alexander II (1059-1062)
*John VI (1062-1100)
*Eulogius
*Sabbas
*Cyril II
*Theodosius II
*Sophronius III (1116-1171)
*Elias II (1171-1175)
*Eleutherius (1175-1180)
*Mark III (1180-1209)
*Nicholas I (1210-1243)
*Gregory I (1243-1263)
*Nicholas II (1263-1276)
*Athanasius III (1276-1316)
*Gregory II (1316-1354)
*Gregory III (1354-1366)
*Niphon (1366-1385)
*Mark IV (1385-1389)
*Nicholas III (1389-1398)
*Gregory IV (1398-1412)
*Nicholas IV (1412-1417)
*Athanasius IV (1417-1425)
*Mark V (1425-1435)
*Philotheus (1435-1459)
*Mark VI (1459-1484)
*Gregory V (1484-1486)
*Joachim (1486-1567)
**"vacant" (1567-1569)
*Silvester (1569-1590)
*Meletius I (1590-1601)
*Cyril III (1601-1620)
*Gerasimus I (1620-1636)
*Metrophanes (1636-1639)
*Nicephorus (1639-1645)
*Joannicius (1645-1657)
*Paisius (1657-1678)
*Parthenius I (1678-1688)
*Gerasimus II (1688-1710)
*Samuel (1710-1712)
*Cosmas II (1712-1714)
**"Samuel" (restored) (1714-1723)
**"Cosmas II" (restored) (1723-1736)
*Cosmas III (1737-1746)
*Matthew (1746-1766)
*Cyprian (1766-1783)
*Gerasimus III (1783-1788)
*Parthenius II (1788-1805)
*Theophilus III (1805-1825)
*Hierotheus I (1825-1845)
*Artemius (1845-1847)
*Hierotheus II (1847-1858)
*Callinicus (1858-1861)
*Jacob (1861-1865)
*Nicanor (1866-1869)
*Sophronius IV (1870-1899)
*Photius (1900-1925)
*Meletius II (1926-1935)
*Nicholas V (1936-1939)
*Christopher II (1939-1966)
**"vacant" (1966-1968)
*Nicholas VI (1968-1986)
*Parthenius III (1987-1996)
*Peter VII (1997-2004)
*Theodore II (2004-Present)


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