List of Archbishops of Athens

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===Latin Occupation (1204-1456)===
 
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*Michael III (1182-1222?)
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*[[Michael Choniates of Athens|Michael III]] (1182-1220)
 
*Meletius I (ca. 1275-1289)
 
*Meletius I (ca. 1275-1289)
 
*Elias (ca. 1300)
 
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*[[Dorotheus (Kottaras) of Athens|Dorotheus (Kottaras)]] (1956-1957)
 
*[[Dorotheus (Kottaras) of Athens|Dorotheus (Kottaras)]] (1956-1957)
 
*[[Theocletos II (Panagiotopoulos) of Athens|Theokletos II (Panagiotopoulos)]] (1957-1962)
 
*[[Theocletos II (Panagiotopoulos) of Athens|Theokletos II (Panagiotopoulos)]] (1957-1962)
*[[Iakovos III of Athens|Iakovos III]] (Vavanatsos) (1962)
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*[[Iakovos III (Vavanatsos) of Athens|Iakovos III]] (Vavanatsos) (1962)
 
*[[Chrysostomos II (Hadjistavrou) of Athens|Chrysostomos (Hadjistavrou)]] (1962-1967)
 
*[[Chrysostomos II (Hadjistavrou) of Athens|Chrysostomos (Hadjistavrou)]] (1962-1967)
 
*[[Ieronymos (Kotsonis) of Athens|Ieronymos (Kotsonis)]] (1967-1974)
 
*[[Ieronymos (Kotsonis) of Athens|Ieronymos (Kotsonis)]] (1967-1974)

Revision as of 17:22, November 12, 2012

The following is a list of the Archbishops of Athens, primates of the Church of Greece.

Contents

Bishops of Athens

  • Hierotheus (before 52)
  • St. Dionysius I (52-96)
  • St. Narcissus (117-138)?
  • St. Publius (161-180)?
  • St. Quadratus (ca. 200)?
  • Leonidas (?-250)
  • Olympius (?)
  • Pistus (ca. 325)
  • Clematius (4th c.)
  • Modestus (ca. 431)
  • Athanasius I (451?-458)
  • Anatolius (ca. 459)
  • John I (5th c.)
  • John II (ca. 680)
  • Contias (ca. 694)
  • Theocharistus (ca. 702)
  • Marinus (ca. 704)
  • John III (ca. 714)

Metropolitans of Athens

  • Gregory I (ca. 780)
  • Adamantius (ca. 810)
  • John IV (ca. 819)
  • Theodosius (9th c.)
  • Hypatius (9th c.)
  • Demetrius I (9th c.)
  • Germanus I (?-841)
  • Demetrius II (?-846/857)
  • Gabriel I (?-858/860)
  • Gregory II (?)
  • Cosmas (?)
  • Nicetas I (869/870-881?)
  • Sabbas I (ca. 881)
  • Anastasius (?-889)
  • Sabbas II (?-914)
  • George I (?-922)
  • Nicetas II (?-927)
  • Constantine (?-965?)
  • Philip (?-981)
  • Theodegius (ca. 1007)
  • Michael I (ca. 1030)
  • Leo I (?-1061)
  • Leo II (?-1069)
  • John V (ca. 1087)
  • Nicetas III (?-1103)
  • Nicephorus (ca. 1112)
  • Gerasimus? (?)
  • George II (ca. 1156/7)
  • Nicholas I (1166-1172?)
  • Michael II (12th c.)
  • Theophylactus (12th c.)
  • George III (ca. 1172)
  • George IV (?-1180)

Latin Occupation (1204-1456)

  • Michael III (1182-1220)
  • Meletius I (ca. 1275-1289)
  • Elias (ca. 1300)
  • Neophytus I (ca. 1336)
  • Anthimus I (?-1366)
  • Nicodemus (1371-?)
  • Dorotheus I (ca. 1387)
  • Makarius I (ca. 1394/5)
  • Gerbasius (ca. 1432)
  • Phantinus (1440-1443?)
  • Theodore (ca. 1453)

Turkish Occupation (1456-1822)

  • Isidore (ca. 1456)
  • Dorotheus II (ca. 1472)
  • Anthimus II (ca. 1489)
  • Neophytus II (ca. 1492)
  • Lavrentius (1528-1546)
  • Callistus (1550-1564)
  • Sophronius I (1565-1570?)
  • Nicanor (1574-1592)
  • Theophanes I (1592-1597)
  • Neophytus III (1597-1602)
  • Samuel (1602)
  • Nathaniel (1602-1606)
  • Anthimus III (1606-1611?)
  • Cyril I (1611-1619?)
  • Metrophanes (1619-1620?)
  • Theophanes II (1620?-1633)
  • Sophronius II (1633-1636)
  • Daniel (1636-1665)
  • Anthimus IV (1665-1676)
  • Iakovos I (1676-1686)
  • Athanasius II (1686-1689)
  • Makarius II (1689-1693)
  • Anthimus V (1693-1699)
  • Cyril II (1699-1703)
  • Meletius II (1703-1713)
  • Iakovos II (1713-1734)
  • Zachary (1734-1740)
  • Anthimus VI (1741-1756)
  • Anthimus VI (1760-1764)
  • Bartholomew (1764-1771?)
  • Neophytus IV (1771?-1775)
  • Bartholomew (1775-1780)
  • Gabriel II (1781?)
  • Benedict (1781-1785)
  • Athanasius III (1785-1787)
  • Benedict (1787-1797?)
  • Athanasius III (1797?-1799)
  • Gregory III (1799-1820)
  • Dionysius II (1820-1823)
  • Gregory IV (1827-1828)
  • Anthimus VII (1828-1833)

Metropolitans of Athens (autocephalous)

The autocephaly of the Church of Greece was not recognized by Constantinople until 1850.

Archbishops of Athens

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