Patriarch Cosmas III of Alexandria


Patriarch Cosmas III of Alexandria

Cosmas III served as Greek Patriarch of Alexandria between 1737 and 1746. Although he is only patriarch for the Greeks in Egypt and Africa, he is commemorated in the Coptic "Synaxarion" on the 22nd day of Baramhat.


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