Archbishop Danilo I


Archbishop Danilo I

Danilo I was the fourth Serbian Archbishop. After the death of Sava II on 8 February 1271, Danilo was chosen as the next Archbishop. However, he was replaced in 1272 by Joanikije I, due to some unknown transgression.


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