Athanasius (disambiguation)

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*St. Athanasius the Demondestroyer (Gr. Δαιμονοκαταλύτης)
 
*St. Athanasius the Demondestroyer (Gr. Δαιμονοκαταλύτης)
 
*St. Athanasius, Bishop of Chytron, Cyprus (Gr. Χυτρών, Κύπρου)
 
*St. Athanasius, Bishop of Chytron, Cyprus (Gr. Χυτρών, Κύπρου)
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== Bishops ==
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=== Alexandria ===
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*[[Athanasius of Alexandria|Athanasius I of Alexandria]] (326-373)
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*[[Athanasius II of Alexandria]] (490-497)
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*[[Athanasius III of Alexandria]] (1270-1308)
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*[[Athanasius IV of Alexandria]] (1417-1429)
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=== Antioch ===
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*Bishop [[Athanasius I of Antioch]] (1166-1180)
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*Bishop [[Athanasius III (Dabbas) of Antioch]] (1611-1619)
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*Bishop [[Athanasius IV (Dabbas) of Antioch]] (1686-1694, 1720-1724)
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=== Constantinople ===
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*Bishop [[Athanasius I of Constantinople]] (1289-1293, 1303-1309)
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*Bishop [[Athanasius II of Constantinople]] (1450-1453)
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*Bishop [[Athanasius III of Constantinople|Athanasius III (Patelaros) of Constantinople]] (1634)
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*Bishop [[Athanasius IV of Constantinople]] (1679)
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*Bishop [[Athanasius V of Constantinople]] (1709-1711)
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The name 'Athanasius' from "Athanásios" (Gk. Αθανάσιος), derived from athanatos which means "immortal".

This name usually refers to our father among the saints Athanasius of Alexandria, bishop of Alexandria and major theological writer in the fourth century. It may also refer to the following saints:

Withough commemoration:

  • St. Athanasius of Limnos, new-martyr
  • St. Athanasius the Demondestroyer (Gr. Δαιμονοκαταλύτης)
  • St. Athanasius, Bishop of Chytron, Cyprus (Gr. Χυτρών, Κύπρου)

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