Pope Timothy III (IV) of Alexandria


Pope Timothy III (IV) of Alexandria

Pope Timothy III (IV) of Alexandria (died 535) was Patriarch of Alexandria and Coptic Pope from 517 until his death. He was a Miaphysite.

He is counted as Timothy IV by the Eastern Orthodox Church, which acknowledges
Timothy Salophakiolos as as "Timothy III", but as "'Timothy III" by the Copts who reject Salophakiolos.Fact|date=October 2007

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