Pope Maximus of Alexandria


Pope Maximus of Alexandria

Pope Maximus of Alexandria served as the 15th Pope of Alexandria (head of the church that became the Coptic Orthodox Church and the Greek Church of Alexandria) between 265 and 282. He is commemorated in the Coptic Synaxarion on the 14th day of Baramudah.

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Preceded by
Dionysius
Pope of Alexandria
265282
Succeeded by
Theonas



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