List of Greek Orthodox Patriarchs of Antioch


List of Greek Orthodox Patriarchs of Antioch
For Patriarchs prior to 518, see List of Patriarchs of Antioch. For Melkite Greek Catholic Patriarchs of Antioch from 1724 to present, see List of Melkite Greek Catholic Patriarchs of Antioch.

The Patriarch of Antioch is one of the Eastern Orthodox patriarchs, sometimes called the Greek Patriarch of Antioch to distinguish from the Oriental Orthodox Syriac Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch.

Greek Patriarchs of Antioch from 518 to 1724

  • Paul II (518-521)
  • Euphrasius (521-526)
  • Ephraim (526-546)
  • Domnus III (546-561)
  • Anastasius I of Antioch (561-571)
  • Gregory (571-594)
  • Anastasius I of Antioch (restored) (594-599)
  • Anastasius II (599-610)
  • Gregory II (610-620)
  • Anastasius III (620-628)
  • Macedonius (628-640)
  • George I (640-656)
  • Macarius (656-681)
  • Theophanes (681-687)
  • Sebastian (687-690)
  • George II (690-695)
  • Alexander (695-702)
    • vacant (702-742)
  • Stephen IV (742-744)
  • Theophylact (744-751)
  • Theodore (751-797)
  • John IV (797-810)
  • Job (810-826)
  • Nicholas (826-834)
  • Simeon (834-840)
  • Elias (840-852)
  • Theodosius I (852-860)
  • Nicholas II (860-879)
  • Michael (879-890)
  • Zacharias (890-902)
  • George III (902-917)
  • Job II (917-939)
  • Eustratius (939-960)
  • Christopher (960-966)
  • Theodorus II (966-977)
  • Agapius (977-995)
  • John IV (995-1000)
  • Nicholas III (1000-1003)
  • Elias II (1003-1010)
  • George Lascaris (1010-1015)
  • Macarius the Virtuous (1015-1023)
  • Eleutherius (1023-1028)
  • Peter III (1028-1051)
  • John VI, also known as Dionysus (1051-1062)
  • Aemilian (1062-1075)
  • Theodosius II (1075-1084)
  • Nicephorus (1084-1090)
  • John VII (1090-1155)

After 1098, the Patriachate was in exile, at first at Constantinople, having been replaced by a Latin Patriarch.

  • John IX (1155-1159)
  • Euthymius (1159-1164)
  • Macarius II (1164-1166)
  • Athanasius I (1166-1180)
  • Theodosius III (1180-1182)
  • Elias III (1182-1184)
  • Christopher II (1184-1185)
  • Theodore IV (Balsamon) (1185-1199)
  • Joachim (1199-1219)
  • Dorotheus (1219-1245)
  • Simeon II (1245-1268)
  • Euthymius (1268-1269)
  • Theodosius IV (1269-1276)

With Theodosius, the Patriachate returned to Antioch.

  • Theodosius V (1276-1285)
  • Arsenius (1285-1293)
  • Dionysius (1293-1308)
  • Mark (1308-1342)
  • Ignatius II (1342-1386)

With Ignatius, the Patriachate transferred to Damascus.

  • Pachomius (1386-1393)
  • Nilus (1393-1401)
  • Michael III (1401-1410)
  • Pachomius II (1410-1411)
  • Joachim II (1411-1426)
  • Mark III (1426-1436)
  • Dorotheus II (1436-1454)
  • Michael IV (1454-1476)
  • Mark IV (1476)
  • Joachim III (1476-1483)
  • Gregory III (1483-1497)
  • Dorotheus III (1497-1523)
  • Michael V (1523-1541)
  • Dorotheus IV (1541-1543)
  • Joachim IV (Ibn Juma) (1543-1576)
  • Michael VI (Sabbagh) (1577-1581)
  • Joachim V (1553-1592)
  • Joachim VI (1593-1604)
  • Dorotheus IV (or V) Ibn Al-Ahmar (1604-1611)
  • Athanasius II (or III) Dabbas (1611-1619)
  • Ignatius III Atiyah (1619-1634)
  • Euthymius II (or III) Karmah (1634-1635)
  • Euthymius III (or IV) of Chios (1635-1647)
  • Macarios III Zaim (1647-1672)
  • Neophytos of Chios (1673-1682)
  • Athanasius III Dabbas (first, or antipatriarchal, reign) (1685-1694)
  • Cyril V (or III) Zaim (antipatriarchal reign 1672-1694, 1694-1720)
  • Athanasius III Dabbas (second reign) (1720-1724)

The Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Antioch split into two factions in 1724 as the Melkite Greek Catholic Church broke communion with the Orthodox Church and established communion with the Catholic Church (see List of Melkite Greek Catholic Patriarchs of Antioch)

Greek Orthodox Patriarchs of Antioch after 1724

  • Sylvester (1724-1766)
  • Philemon (1766-1767)
  • Daniel (1767-1791)
  • Euthymius V (1792-1813)
  • Seraphim (1813-1823)
    • vacant (1823-1843)
  • Methodius (1843-1859)
  • Hierotheos (1859-1885)
  • Gerasimos (1885-1891)
  • Spyridon (1892-1898)
  • Meletius II (Doumani) (1899-1906)
  • Gregory IV (Haddad) (1906-1928)
  • Alexander III (Tahan) (1928-1958)
    • Arsenius II (Haddad) (1930-1931) (schism)
  • Theodosius VI (Abourjaily) (1958-1970)
  • Elias IV (Muawad) (1970-1979)
  • Ignatius IV (Hazim) (1979-Present)

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