List of Catholicoses of Georgia

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* Glonokor – approx. 440’s  (during reign of King Mirdat)
 
* Glonokor – approx. 440’s  (during reign of King Mirdat)
 
* Michael I – from 450’s to late 460’s
 
* Michael I – from 450’s to late 460’s
* Peter I – First Catholicos of Kartli, approx. from 460’s
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* [[Peter I of Georgia|Peter I]] – First Catholicos of Kartli, approx. from 460’s
* Samuel I – approx. early 500’s  
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* [[Samuel I of Georgia|Samuel I]] – approx. early 500’s  
 
* Gabriel I – approx. 505-507
 
* Gabriel I – approx. 505-507
 
* Tavfachag (Tavfechag) I – approx. 510’s  
 
* Tavfachag (Tavfechag) I – approx. 510’s  
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==Recent [[Catholicos]]-Patriarchs of All Georgia==
 
==Recent [[Catholicos]]-Patriarchs of All Georgia==
 
'''After Restoration of Autocephaly (1917)'''
 
'''After Restoration of Autocephaly (1917)'''
*[[Kirion II (Sadzaglishvili)|Kirion II]] (1917-1918)
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*[[Kirion II (Sadzaglishvili)|Kirion II (Sadzaglishvili)]] (1917-1918)
 
*[[Leonid (Okropiridze) of Georgia|Leonid (Okropiridze)]] (1918-1921)
 
*[[Leonid (Okropiridze) of Georgia|Leonid (Okropiridze)]] (1918-1921)
 
*[[Ambrose (Khelaia) the Confessor|Ambrose (Khelaia)]] (1921-1927)
 
*[[Ambrose (Khelaia) the Confessor|Ambrose (Khelaia)]] (1921-1927)
*Christefore III (1927-1932)
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*[[Christophorus III (Tsitskishvili) of Georgia|Christophorus III (Tsitskishvili)]] (1927-1932)
*Kalistrare (1932-1952)
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*[[Callistratus (Tsintsadze) of Georgia|Callistratus (Tsintsadze)]] (1932-1952)
*[[Melchizedek III of Georgia|Melchizedek III]] (1952-1960)
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*[[Melchizedek III (Pkhaladze) of Georgia|Melchizedek III (Pkhaladze)]] (1952-1960)
*Ephraim II (1960-1072)
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*[[Ephraim II (Sidamonidze) of Georgia|Ephraim II (Sidamonidze)]] (1960-1072)
*David V (1972-1977)
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*[[David V (Devdariani) of Georgia|David V (Devdariani)]] (1972-1977)
*[[Ilia II (Ghudushauri-Shiolashvili) of Georgia|Ilia II]] (1977 to present)
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*[[Ilia II (Ghudushauri-Shiolashvili) of Georgia|Ilia II (Ghudushauri-Shiolashvili)]] (1977 to present)
  
 
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Latest revision as of 17:21, August 14, 2010

List of leaders of Georgian Church.

Contents

Bishops and Catholicoses of Kartli (Mtskheta)

  • John I – First Bishop of Kartli, approx. 320-360’s
  • Jacob – approx. 360-370’s
  • Job – approx. 370-390’s of
  • Elliah – approx. from 390’s to early 400’s
  • Simon I – approx. early 400’s to 420’s
  • Moses – approx. 420’s
  • Jonah – approx. 420’s
  • Jeremiah – approx. late 420’s
  • Grigol I – approx. 420-430’s
  • Basil I – approx. 430’s
  • Mobidan – approx. late 430’s
  • Jove I – approx. 440’s (during early reign of King Vakhtan Gorgasali)
  • Glonokor – approx. 440’s (during reign of King Mirdat)
  • Michael I – from 450’s to late 460’s
  • Peter I – First Catholicos of Kartli, approx. from 460’s
  • Samuel I – approx. early 500’s
  • Gabriel I – approx. 505-507
  • Tavfachag (Tavfechag) I – approx. 510’s
  • Chimaga (Chermag) I – approx. from late 510’s to 520’s
  • Saba (Dasabia) I – approx. 520’s -530’s
  • Evlale (Evlati, Evlavious) I – 530’s
  • Makar – approx. late 530’s
  • Samuel II (Simon – Peter) – approx. 560-570’s
  • Samuel III – approx 575-582
  • Samuel IV – approx. 580-590’s
  • Bartholomew – approx. late 590’s
  • Kirion (Kiron) I – approx. 599-614/16
  • John II – approx. late 620’s
  • Babila – approx. early 630’s
  • Tabor – approx. 630’s
  • Samuel V – approx. late 630’s and early 640’s
  • Evnon – approx. 640’s
  • Tavfachag II – approx. 650-660’s
  • Evlale II – approx. 664-668
  • Jove II – approx. 668-670
  • Samuel VI – approx. 670-677
  • George I – approx. 677-678
  • Kirion II - approx. 678-683
  • Izid-Bozidi – approx. 683-685
  • Theodore I – approx. 685-689
  • Peter II – approx. 689-720
  • Mamai – approx. 720-744
  • John III – approx. 740-760’s
  • Grigol II – approx. 760-767
  • Klementos – 770’s
  • Sermeane – 770’s
  • Talale – late 770’s
  • Michael II – approx. 744-780
  • Samoel VII – approx. 780-784
  • Kirile I – approx. 781-802
  • Grigol III – approx. 802-814
  • Samoel VIII – approx. 814-826
  • George II – approx. 826-838
  • Gabriel II – approx. 830-850’s
  • Illarion – approx. late 850’s
  • Arsen I Great (of Safara) – approx. 860-887
  • Evsuki – approx. 887-914
  • Basil II – approx. 914-930
  • Michael III – approx. 930-947
  • David I – approx. 947-955
  • Arsen II – approx. 955-980

Catholicoses and Patriarchs of All Georgia

  • John IV (Chrisostomos) – approx. 980-1001
  • Simon III – approx. 1001-1010
  • Melchizedek I 1010-1033
  • John V (Chrisostomos) – approx. 1033-1049
  • Ekvtime I – 1049-1055
  • Evstati – no information
  • George III (of Tao) – 1050-1060’s (during reign of King Bagrat IV)
  • Gabriel III (of Safara) – approx. 1065-1080 (during reign of Bagrat IV and George II)
  • Dimitri – approx. 1080-1090
  • Basil III – approx. 1090-1100 (contemporary of King David the Builder)
  • John VI – first quarter of 12th century (contemporary of King David the Builder)
  • Simon IV (Gulaberisdze) – second quarter of 12th century
  • Saba II – approx. 1140-1150’s (contemporary of King Demetre I)
  • Nikoloz I (Gulaberisdze) – approx. from late 1150’s
  • Michael IV – 1178-1187
  • Theodore II – approx. 1188-1204/1205 (contemporary of Queen Tamar)
  • Basil IV – approx. 1204-1205
  • John VII – approx. 1205/1206-1210 (contemporary of Queen Tamar)
  • Epiphane (Etiphane) – approx1210-1220 (contemporary of Queen Tamar and King George IV)
  • Ekvtime II – 1220-1222
  • Arsen III – 1220-1230’s
  • George IV – 1230’s
  • Nikoloz II – 1230’s
  • Michael V – early 1240’s
  • Arsen IV (Bulmaisimisdze) – 1241/42-1249/50
  • Nikoloz III – approx. 1250-1282
  • Abraham I – approx. 1282-1310
  • Ekvtime (Eftime) III – approx. from early 1310’ to late 1330’s
  • Basil V – 1330-1360’s
  • Dorotheos I – 1360’s
  • Shio I – 1356-1364
  • Nikoloz IV – approx. 2370’s
  • George V – approx. 1380-1390’s (contemporary of King Bagrat and King George VII)
  • Elioz (Gobirakhisdze) – from later 1390’s to 1419
  • Michael VI – 1419-1426
  • David II (son of King Alexander I) – 1425/26-1428
  • Theodore III – approx. 1429-1435
  • David III – approx. 1435/36-1438/39
  • Shio II – approx. 1439-1443/47
  • David IV (Chavchavadze) – 1443/47-1459
  • Marcos – 1460-1466 (during reign of King George VIII)
  • David V – 1466-1479

Catholicos – Patriarchs of Georgia after Separating the Kingdom

  • Nikoloz V – approx. 1479-1488
  • Evagre – approx. 1488-1492; 1500-1503
  • Abraham II Abalaki – 1492-1497
  • Efrem I – 1497-1503
  • Dorotheos II – 1503-1505; 1511-1516
  • John VIII – 1505-1509
  • Dionos (Dionysus) – approx. 1510-1511
  • Basil VI – 1517-1528; 1529-1531
  • Melkisedek II (Bagrationi) – approx. 1528-1529; 1540-1545; 1548-1552
  • Malakia – 1532-1534
  • Germane – approx.1535-1546
  • Nikoloz VI – approx. 1542-1547
  • Simon V – 1547-1548
  • Zebede I – 1552-1556
  • Domenti I – 1556-1560
  • Nikoloz VII (Baratashvili) – 1561-1584
  • Nikoloz VIII (Bagrationi) – 1584-1589
  • Dorotheos III – approx. 1589-1595
  • Domenti II – approx. 1595-1610
  • Zebede II – 1610-1611
  • John IX (Avalishvili) – 1612-1616
  • Christephore I – 1616-1622
  • Zachariah (Jorjadze) – 1623-1632
  • Evdemoz I (Diasamidze) – 1632-1642
  • Christephore II (Urdubegisdze-Amilakhvari) – 1642-1660
  • Domenti III – 1660-1675
  • Nikoloz IX (Nikoloz Jotam Amilakhvari) – 1678-1688; 1692-1695 (contemporary of King George XI)
  • John X (Diasamidze) – 1688-1692; 1695-1700
  • Evdemoz II (Diasamidze) – 1700-1605
  • Domenti IV (Damiane Levan Bagrationi) – 1705-1741
  • Besarion (Baratashvili-Orbelishvili) – 1724-1737
  • Kirile II – 1737-1739
  • Nikoloz X (Kherkheulidze) – 1741-1744
  • Anton I (Bagrationi) – 1744-1755; 1764-1788
  • Josef (Jandieri) – 1755-1764
  • Anton II (Bagrationi) – 1788-1811

Catholisoses and Catholicos-Patriarchs of Abkhazia (Western Georgia)

  • Simon – approx. late 11th century or early 12th century
  • Nikoloz – late 13th century
  • Daniel – second half of 14th century
  • Arseni – 1390
  • Joachim (Jovachim) – approx. 1470’s
  • Stephan – 1490-1516
  • Malakia I (Abashidze) – 1519-1540’s
  • Evdemon I (Chkhetidze) – 1557-1578
  • Eftvime (Ekvtime) I (Sakvarelidze) – 1578-1616
  • Malakia II (Gurieli) – 1616-1639
  • Grigol I – 1639
  • Maxim I (Machutadze) – 1639-1657
  • Zachariah (Kvariani) – 1657-1660
  • Simon (Chkhetidze) – 1660-1666
  • Evdemon II (Sakvarelidze) – 1666-1669
  • Eftvime (Ekvtime) II (Sakvarelidze) – 1669-1673
  • David (Nemsadze) – 1673-1696
  • Grigol II (Lortkipanidze) – 1696-1742
  • Besarion (Eristavi) – 1742-1769
  • Germane (Tsulukidze) – mid of 18th century
  • Josef (Bagrationi) – 1769-1776
  • Maxim II (Abashidze) – 1776-1795
  • Dositheos (Tsereteli) – 1795-1814

Recent Catholicos-Patriarchs of All Georgia

After Restoration of Autocephaly (1917)

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