Cosmas II of Alexandria

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Cosmas II of Alexandria was patriarch for three periods, first as Patriarch of the Church of Alexandria from 1712 to 1714, then Patriarch of the Church of Constantinople, as Cosmas III, from 1714 to 1716, and then again as Patriarch of the Church of Alexandria from 1723 to 1736.

Little is known of his life. Patr. Cosmas reposed in 1736.

He is not to be confused with a Coptic Orthodox patriarch who has the same name: Pope Cosmas II of Alexandria (Coptic) reigned from 851 to 858.

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Cosmas II of Alexandria
Preceded by:
Samuel
Patriarch of Alexandria
1712–1714
Succeeded by:
Samuel
Preceded by:
Cyprianus I
Patriarch of Constantinople
1714–1716
Succeeded by:
Jeremias III
Preceded by:
Samuel
Patriarch of Alexandria
1723–1736
Succeeded by:
Cosmas III
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