List of Patriarchs of Antioch

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#[[Leontius of Antioch|Leontius]] (345-350)
 
#[[Leontius of Antioch|Leontius]] (345-350)
 
#[[Eudoxius of Antioch|Eudoxius]] (350-354, 354-357)
 
#[[Eudoxius of Antioch|Eudoxius]] (350-354, 354-357)
#St. [[Meletius of Antioch|Meletius]] (354) <!-- Feb 12 --->
 
 
#[[Annias of Antioch|Annias]] or ''Ammianus'' (357-360)
 
#[[Annias of Antioch|Annias]] or ''Ammianus'' (357-360)
#[[Euzoius of Antioch|Euzoius]] (360-370)
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#[[Meletius of Antioch|Meletius]] (360—361), deposed in the reign of [[Valens]] for [[Homoiousian]] leanings
#[[Dorotheus of Antioch|Dorotheus]] (370-371)
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#[[Paulinus of Antioch|Paulinus]] (371-376)
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This deposition resulted in the ''Meletian Schism'', which saw several groups and several claimants to the see of Antioch:
#[[Vitalius II of Antioch|Vitalius II]] (376-384)
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#St. [[Flavian I of Antioch|Flavian I]] (384-404) <!-- Feb 16, Sep 27 --->
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#[[Porphyrius of Antioch|Porphyrius]] (404-408)
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#[[Alexander I of Antioch|Alexander I]] (408-418)
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#[[Theodotus of Antioch|Theodotus]] (418-428)
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'''The [[Arianism|Homoian]] group'''
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* Euzoius (361–378), supported by Emperor [[Valens]]
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* [[Dorotheus of Antioch]] (378–381)
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'''The Meletian group'''
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The largest grouping, centred around the deposed bishop Meletius. It moved towards an acceptance of the [[Nicene creed]] and participated in the [[First Council of Constantinople|Council of Constantinople]], but was not recognized by [[Patriarch of Alexandria|Alexandria]] or [[Pope|Rome]]:
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*[[Meletius of Antioch|Meletius]] (362–381), who attended the [[First Council of Constantinople]].
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*[[Saint Flavian of Antioch|Flavian I]] (381–404), he obtained the recognition of Alexandria and Rome in 399
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*[[Porphyrus_of_Antioch|Porphyrus]] (404–412)
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*[[Alexander_of_Antioch|Alexander]] (412–417), he ended the schism with the Eustathians in 415.
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'''The Eustathian group'''
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The followers of [[Eustathius of Antioch|Eustathius]], strictly adhering to the [[Nicene creed]], elected the following bishops, who were recognized by bishops of Alexandria and Rome:
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*[[Paulinus, Bishop of Antioch|Paulinus]] (362–388)
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*[[Evagrius of Antioch|Evagrius]] (388–393)
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After his death the Eustathians did not elect another bishop. In 399 they lost the recognition of Alexandria and Rome, but remained in schism until 415.
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'''The [[Apollinaris of Laodicea|Apollonarist]] group'''
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*Vitalis (376–?), formerly a follower of Meletius, consecrated by [[Apollinaris of Laodicea]]
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#[[Theodotus of Antioch|Theodotus]] (418-428) (alternately 420–429)
 
#[[John I of Antioch|John I]] (427-443)
 
#[[John I of Antioch|John I]] (427-443)
 
#[[Domnus II of Antioch|Domnus II]] (443-450)
 
#[[Domnus II of Antioch|Domnus II]] (443-450)
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#[[Palladius of Antioch|Palladius]] (488-498)
 
#[[Palladius of Antioch|Palladius]] (488-498)
 
#[[Flavian II of Antioch|Flavian II]] (498-512)
 
#[[Flavian II of Antioch|Flavian II]] (498-512)
#[[Severus of Antioch|Severus]] (512-518)<br>Severus was deposed by the Greek Orthodox Church in 518; while in exile in Egypt, he was recognized by many Syriac Christians as the lawful Patriarch until his death in 538.<br>In 544, [[Jacob Baradeus]] consecrated [[Sergius of Tella]] as Patriarch. To the year 544, both the [[Church of Antioch (Jacobite)|Syrian Orthodox Church]] and the [[Church of Antioch]] recognize the same people as legitimate patriarchs; afterwards, they trace a different lineage; there was also a Latin Patriarch of Antioch from 1100 to 1268.
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#[[Severus of Antioch|Severus]] (512-518)<br>In 518, Severus, a non-Chalcedonian, was [[deposition|deposed]] by the [[Church of Antioch]]. While in exile in Egypt, he was recognized by many Syriac Christians as the lawful Patriarch until his death in 538. In 544, Jacob Baradeus, a non-Chalcedonian, consecrated Sergius of Tella as Patriarch of what became called the [[Church of Antioch (Syriac)|Syrian Orthodox Church]]. To the year 544, both those who became the Syrian Orthodox Church and the Church of Antioch recognized the same bishops as legitimate patriarchs, afterwards, they trace different lineages. From 1100 to 1268, a Latin Patriarch of Antioch also existed.
 
#[[Paul II of Antioch|Paul II]] (518-521)
 
#[[Paul II of Antioch|Paul II]] (518-521)
 
#[[Euphrasius of Antioch|Euphrasius]] (521-526)
 
#[[Euphrasius of Antioch|Euphrasius]] (521-526)
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#[[Dorotheus V of Antioch|Dorotheus V]] (1604-1611)
 
#[[Dorotheus V of Antioch|Dorotheus V]] (1604-1611)
 
#[[Athanasius II Dabbas of Antioch|Athanasius II (Dabbas)]] (1611-1619)
 
#[[Athanasius II Dabbas of Antioch|Athanasius II (Dabbas)]] (1611-1619)
#[[Ignatius III (Attiyah) of Antioch|Ignatius III (Attiyah)]] (1619-1631)
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#[[Ignatius III Atiyah of Antioch|Ignatius III (Attiyah)]] (1619-1634)
 
#[[Euthymius III Karmah|Euthymius III]] (1634-1635)
 
#[[Euthymius III Karmah|Euthymius III]] (1634-1635)
#[[Euthymius IV of Antioch|Euthymius IV]] (1636-1648)
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#[[Euthymius IV of Chios|Euthymius IV]] (1635-1647)
#[[Macarius III (Zaim) of Antioch|Macarius III (Zaim)]] (1648-1672)
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#[[Macarius III (Zaim) of Antioch|Macarius III (Zaim)]] (1647-1672)
#[[Neophytos of Antioch|Neophytos]] (1674-1684)
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#[[Neophytos of Chios|Neophytos]] (1673-1682)
 
#[[Athanasius III Dabbas of Antioch|Athanasius III (Dabbas)]] (1686-1694, 1720-1724)
 
#[[Athanasius III Dabbas of Antioch|Athanasius III (Dabbas)]] (1686-1694, 1720-1724)
#[[Cyril III (Zaim) of Antioch|Cyril III (Zaim)]] (1694-1720)
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#[[Cyril III Zaim of Antioch|Cyril III (Zaim)]] (1694-1720)
 
#[[Sylvester of Antioch|Sylvester]] (1724-1766)
 
#[[Sylvester of Antioch|Sylvester]] (1724-1766)
 
#[[Philemon of Antioch|Philemon]] (1766-1767)
 
#[[Philemon of Antioch|Philemon]] (1766-1767)
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#[[Theodosius VI (Abourjaily) of Antioch|Theodosius VI (Abourjaily)]] (1958-1970)
 
#[[Theodosius VI (Abourjaily) of Antioch|Theodosius VI (Abourjaily)]] (1958-1970)
 
#[[Elias IV (Muawad) of Antioch|Elias IV (Muawad)]] (1970-1979)
 
#[[Elias IV (Muawad) of Antioch|Elias IV (Muawad)]] (1970-1979)
#[[Ignatius IV (Hazim) of Antioch|Ignatius IV (Hazim)]] (1979-present)
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#[[Ignatius IV (Hazim) of Antioch|Ignatius IV (Hazim)]] (1979-2012)
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#[[John X (Yazigi) of Antioch|John X (Yazigi)]] (2012-present)
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
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[[fr:Liste des primats de l'Église d'Antioche]]
 
[[fr:Liste des primats de l'Église d'Antioche]]
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[[ro:Listă a patriarhilor Antiohiei]]

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The Patriarch of Antioch is one of the Eastern Orthodox patriarchs, sometimes called the Greek Patriarch of Antioch to distinguish from the primate of the Oriental Orthodox Syriac Orthodox Church.

List of Primates of Antioch

  1. St. Peter the Apostle (c.45-c.53)
  2. St. Euodios (c.53-c.68)
  3. St. Ignatius I (c.68-100)
  4. Eros I (100-c.127)
  5. Cornelius (c.127-c.151)
  6. Eros II (c.151-c.169)
  7. Theophilus (c.169-182)
  8. Maximinos I (182-191)
  9. Serapion (191-211)
  10. Ascelpiades 211-220)
  11. Philetos (220-231)
  12. Zebinnus Ozniophios (231-237)
  13. St. Babylas (237-253)
  14. Fabios (253-256)
  15. Demetrianos (256-262)
  16. Amphilokhos (262-267)
  17. Paul of Samosata (267-270)
  18. Domnus I (270-273)
  19. Timaeos (273-277)
  20. Cyril (277-299)
  21. Tyrannos (299-308)
  22. Vitalius I (308-314)
  23. St. Philogonius (314-324)
  24. Paulinus of Tyre (324-325)
  25. St. Eustathius (325-332)
  26. Eulalios (332)
  27. Euphronios (333-334)
  28. Philaclus (334-341)
  29. Stephen I (341-345)
  30. Leontius (345-350)
  31. Eudoxius (350-354, 354-357)
  32. Annias or Ammianus (357-360)
  33. Meletius (360—361), deposed in the reign of Valens for Homoiousian leanings

This deposition resulted in the Meletian Schism, which saw several groups and several claimants to the see of Antioch:

The Homoian group

The Meletian group

The largest grouping, centred around the deposed bishop Meletius. It moved towards an acceptance of the Nicene creed and participated in the Council of Constantinople, but was not recognized by Alexandria or Rome:

The Eustathian group

The followers of Eustathius, strictly adhering to the Nicene creed, elected the following bishops, who were recognized by bishops of Alexandria and Rome:

After his death the Eustathians did not elect another bishop. In 399 they lost the recognition of Alexandria and Rome, but remained in schism until 415.

The Apollonarist group

  1. Theodotus (418-428) (alternately 420–429)
  2. John I (427-443)
  3. Domnus II (443-450)
  4. Maximus II (450-455)
    The episcopacy of Antioch was raised to a Patriarchate by the Council of Chalcedon in 451.
  5. Basil (455-459)
  6. Acacius (459-461)
  7. Martyrius (461-469)
  8. Peter the Fuller (469-471, 476-476, 485-488)
  9. Julian (471-476)
  10. John II (476-477)
  11. Stephen II (477-479)
  12. Callandion (479-485)
  13. Palladius (488-498)
  14. Flavian II (498-512)
  15. Severus (512-518)
    In 518, Severus, a non-Chalcedonian, was deposed by the Church of Antioch. While in exile in Egypt, he was recognized by many Syriac Christians as the lawful Patriarch until his death in 538. In 544, Jacob Baradeus, a non-Chalcedonian, consecrated Sergius of Tella as Patriarch of what became called the Syrian Orthodox Church. To the year 544, both those who became the Syrian Orthodox Church and the Church of Antioch recognized the same bishops as legitimate patriarchs, afterwards, they trace different lineages. From 1100 to 1268, a Latin Patriarch of Antioch also existed.
  16. Paul II (518-521)
  17. Euphrasius (521-526)
  18. St. Ephraim (526-546)
  19. Domnus III (546-561)
  20. St. Anastasius the Sinaite (561-571)
  21. Gregory (571-594)
    St. Anastasius the Sinaite (594-599)
  22. St. Anastasius II (599-610)
  23. Gregory II (610-620)
  24. Anastasius III (620-628)
  25. Macedonius (628-640)
  26. George I (640-656)
  27. Macarius (656-681)
  28. Theophanes (681-687)
  29. Sebastian (687-690)
  30. George II (690-695)
  31. Alexander II (695-702)
    vacancy 702-742
  32. Stephen IV (742-748)
  33. Theophylact (748-767)
  34. Theodore I (767-797)
  35. John IV (797-810)
  36. Job I (810-826)
  37. Nicholas (826-834)
  38. Simeon (834-840)
  39. Elias (840-852)
  40. Theodosius I (852-860)
  41. Nicholas II (860-879)
  42. Michael (879-890)
  43. Zacharias (890-902)
  44. George III (902-917)
  45. Job II (917-939)
  46. Eustratius (939-960)
  47. Christopher (960-966)
  48. Theodorus II (966-977)
  49. Agapius (977-995)
  50. John IV (995-1000)
  51. Nicholas III (1000-1003)
  52. Elias II (1003-1010)
  53. George Lascaris (1010-1015)
  54. Macarius the Virtuous (1015-1023)
  55. Eleutherius (1023-1028)
  56. Peter III (1028-1051)
  57. John VI, also known as Dionysus (1051-1062)
  58. Aemilian (1062-1075)
  59. Theodosius II (1075-1084)
  60. Nicephorus (1084-1090)
  61. John VII the Oxite (1090-1155)
  62. John IX (1155-1159)
  63. Euthymius (1159-1164)
  64. Macarius II (1164-1166)
  65. Athanasius I (1166-1180)
  66. Theodosius III (1180-1182)
  67. Elias III (1182-1184)
  68. Christopher II (1184-1185)
  69. Theodore IV (Balsamon) (1185-1199)
    The Patriarchate was in exile at Constantinople.
  70. Joachim (1199-1219)
  71. Dorotheus (1219-1245)
  72. Simeon II (1245-1268)
  73. Euthymius II (1268-1269)
  74. Theodosius IV (1269-1276)
    With Theodosius, the Patriachate returned to Antioch.
  75. Theodosius V (1276-1285)
  76. Arsenius (1285-1293)
  77. Dionysius (1293-1308)
  78. Mark (1308-1342)
  79. Ignatius II (1342-1386)
    With Ignatius, the Patriachate transferred to Damascus.
  80. Pachomius (1386-1393)
  81. Nilus (1393-1401)
  82. Michael III (1401-1410)
  83. Pachomius II (1410-1411)
  84. Joachim II (1411-1426)
  85. Mark III (1426-1436)
  86. Dorotheus II (1436-1454)
  87. Michael IV (1454-1476)
  88. Mark IV (1476)
  89. Joachim III (1476-1483)
  90. Gregory III (1483-1497)
  91. Dorotheus III (1497-1523)
  92. Michael V (1523-1541)
  93. Dorotheus IV (1541-1543)
  94. Joachim IV (Ibn Juma) (1543-1576)
  95. Michael VI (Sabbagh) (1577-1581)
  96. Joachim V (1581-1592)
  97. Joachim VI (1593-1604)
  98. Dorotheus V (1604-1611)
  99. Athanasius II (Dabbas) (1611-1619)
  100. Ignatius III (Attiyah) (1619-1634)
  101. Euthymius III (1634-1635)
  102. Euthymius IV (1635-1647)
  103. Macarius III (Zaim) (1647-1672)
  104. Neophytos (1673-1682)
  105. Athanasius III (Dabbas) (1686-1694, 1720-1724)
  106. Cyril III (Zaim) (1694-1720)
  107. Sylvester (1724-1766)
  108. Philemon (1766-1767)
  109. Daniel (1767-1791)
  110. Euthymius V (1792-1813)
  111. Seraphim (1813-1823)
  112. Methodius (1843-1859)
  113. Hierotheos (1850-1885)
  114. Gerasimus (1885-1891)
  115. Spyridon (1892-1898)
  116. Meletius II (Doumani) (1899-1906)
  117. Gregory IV (Haddad) (1906-1928)
  118. Alexander III (Tahan) (1928-1958)
  119. Theodosius VI (Abourjaily) (1958-1970)
  120. Elias IV (Muawad) (1970-1979)
  121. Ignatius IV (Hazim) (1979-2012)
  122. John X (Yazigi) (2012-present)

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