List of Patriarchs of Serbia

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The [[synaxis]] of the Serbian hierarchs is celebrated on [[August 30]].
 
The [[synaxis]] of the Serbian hierarchs is celebrated on [[August 30]].
  
==Archbishops and Patriarchs of Žica and Pec==
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==Archbishops and Patriarchs of Žica and Peć==
  
 
===Archbishop of Žica, 1219-1233===
 
===Archbishop of Žica, 1219-1233===
 
*St. [[Sava of Serbia|Sava I]] 1219-1233  
 
*St. [[Sava of Serbia|Sava I]] 1219-1233  
  
===Archbishops of Pec, 1233-1337===
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===Archbishops of Peć, 1233-1337===
 
*St. [[Arsenius I (Sremac) of Pec|Arsenije I Sremac]] 1233-1263
 
*St. [[Arsenius I (Sremac) of Pec|Arsenije I Sremac]] 1233-1263
*St. [[Sava II of Pec]] 1263-1271  
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*St. [[Sava II of Pec|Sava II of Peć]] 1263-1271  
 
*Danilo I (Daniel I) 1271-1272  
 
*Danilo I (Daniel I) 1271-1272  
 
*St. [[Joannicius I of Pec|Joanikije I]] 1272-1276
 
*St. [[Joannicius I of Pec|Joanikije I]] 1272-1276
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*St. [[Eustatius I of Pec|Jevstatije I]] 1279-1286  
 
*St. [[Eustatius I of Pec|Jevstatije I]] 1279-1286  
 
*St. Jakov  1286-1292 (James)
 
*St. Jakov  1286-1292 (James)
*St. Jevstatije II (Eustatius II), 1292-1309  
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*St. [[Jevstatije II of Pec|Jevstatije II]] (Eustatius II), 1292-1309  
 
*St. [[Sava III of Pec|Sava III]] 1309-1316  
 
*St. [[Sava III of Pec|Sava III]] 1309-1316  
 
*St. [[Nikodemus I of Pec|Nikodim I]] 1316-1324  
 
*St. [[Nikodemus I of Pec|Nikodim I]] 1316-1324  
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*12 Arsenije II (Arsenius II) 1453-1459
 
*12 Arsenije II (Arsenius II) 1453-1459
 
**''vacant''
 
**''vacant''
*(13) Jovan (John ) 1508 (''Disputed'')
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*(13) Jovan (John) 1508 (''Disputed'')
 
**''vacant''
 
**''vacant''
 
*(14) Marko (Marc) 1524 ''locum tenens''
 
*(14) Marko (Marc) 1524 ''locum tenens''
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*21(25) St. [[Gabriel I of Pec|Gavrilo I]] 1648-1655
 
*21(25) St. [[Gabriel I of Pec|Gavrilo I]] 1648-1655
 
*22(26) St. [[Maximus I of Pec|Maksim I of Skoplje]] 1655-1672  
 
*22(26) St. [[Maximus I of Pec|Maksim I of Skoplje]] 1655-1672  
*23(27) [[Arsenius III (Carnojevic) of Pec|Arsenije III Carnojevic]] 1672-1690; later Metropolitan of Karlovci
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*23(27) [[Arsenius III (Carnojevic) of Pec|Arsenije III Crnojevic]] 1672-1690; later Metropolitan of Karlovci
*24(28)[[Kalinik I of Pec|Kalinik I]] (Callinicus I) 1693-1710  
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*24(28) [[Kalinik I of Pec|Kalinik I]] (Callinicus I) 1693-1710  
 
*25(29) Atanasije I (Athanasius I) 1711-1712  
 
*25(29) Atanasije I (Athanasius I) 1711-1712  
 
*26(30) Mojsije Rajović (Moses) 1712-1725  
 
*26(30) Mojsije Rajović (Moses) 1712-1725  
 
*27(31) [[Arsenius IV (Jovanovic-Sakabenta) of Pec|Arsenije IV Jovanović Šakabenta]] 1725-1737; later Metropolitan of Karlovci
 
*27(31) [[Arsenius IV (Jovanovic-Sakabenta) of Pec|Arsenije IV Jovanović Šakabenta]] 1725-1737; later Metropolitan of Karlovci
*28(32) Joanikije III Karadža (Joannicius III) 1737-1746  
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*28(32) [[Joanicius III of Constantinople|Joanikije III Karadža]] (Joannicius III) 1737-1746  
 
*29(33) Atanasije II Gavrilović (Athanasius II) 1746-1752  
 
*29(33) Atanasije II Gavrilović (Athanasius II) 1746-1752  
 
*30(34) Gavrilo II Mihić Mihajlović (Gabriel II) 1752  
 
*30(34) Gavrilo II Mihić Mihajlović (Gabriel II) 1752  
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*Dionisije II (Dionysius II) 1813-1815  
 
*Dionisije II (Dionysius II) 1813-1815  
 
**Melentije (''locum tenens'') 1815-1816
 
**Melentije (''locum tenens'') 1815-1816
*[Agathangelus I of Constantinople|Agatangel] 1816-1825
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*[[Agathangelus I of Constantinople|Agatangel]] 1816-1825
 
*Kiril (Cyril) 1825-1827
 
*Kiril (Cyril) 1825-1827
 
*Anthimos (Antim) 1827-1830
 
*Anthimos (Antim) 1827-1830
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**Josif (''locum tenens'') 1941-1945
 
**Josif (''locum tenens'') 1941-1945
 
**Arsenije (''locum tenens'') 1950
 
**Arsenije (''locum tenens'') 1950
*41 [[Vikentije II of Serbia|Vikentije Prodanov]] (Vicentius) 1950-1958
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*41 [[Vicentius (Prodanov) of Serbia|Vikentije Prodanov]] 1950-1958
 
**Hrizostom (''locum tenens'') 1958  
 
**Hrizostom (''locum tenens'') 1958  
 
*42 [[German of Serbia|German Đorić]] (Germanius) 1958-1990
 
*42 [[German of Serbia|German Đorić]] (Germanius) 1958-1990
 
**Jovan (''locum tenens'') 1990  
 
**Jovan (''locum tenens'') 1990  
*43 [[Pavle (Stojcevic) of Serbia|Pavle Stojčević]] (Paul) 1990-present
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*43 [[Pavle (Stojcevic) of Serbia|Pavle Stojčević]] (Paul) 1990-2009
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**Amfilohije (Radović) (''locum tenens'') 2009
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*43 [[Irinej (Gavrilovic) of Serbia|Irinej (Gavrilovic)]] (Irenaeus) 2010 -
  
 
== Patriarchal Succession ==
 
== Patriarchal Succession ==
  
Patriarchs of Karlovci were not entred in Patriarchal dyptich. Also there is no entries between Arsenije II and St. Makarije. Confusion was made when Patriarch German was enlisted as 53rd archbishop of Peć. So som forign scholars were counting a lot of peoples of some actualy newer were patriarchs. (Marko, Jovan). Patriarch Pavle is 43rd Serbian Patriarch and 54th Primate of [[Church of Serbia]]. Patriarch Gavrilo Dožić was not entered as Gavrilo V, neither Patriarch Vikentije (Prodanov) as Vikentije II.  
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Patriarchs of Karlovci were not entered in Patriarchal dyptich. Also there are no entries between Arsenije II and St. Makarije. Confusion was made when Patriarch German was listed as the 53rd archbishop of Peć. Some foreign scholars counted many persons who never were actually patriarchs: (Marko, Jovan). Patriarch Pavle was the 43rd Serbian Patriarch and the 54th Primate of [[Church of Serbia]]. Patriarch Gavrilo Dožić was not entered as Gavrilo V, nor Patriarch Vikentije (Prodanov) as Vikentije II.
 
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
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[[Category:Bishops|Serbia]]
 
[[Category:Bishops|Serbia]]
 
[[Category:Patriarchs of Serbia|*]]
 
[[Category:Patriarchs of Serbia|*]]
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[[fr:Liste des primats de l'Église de Serbie]]

Latest revision as of 03:26, September 26, 2012

List of Metropolitans and Patriarchs of Serbia

The synaxis of the Serbian hierarchs is celebrated on August 30.

Archbishops and Patriarchs of Žica and Peć

Archbishop of Žica, 1219-1233

Archbishops of Peć, 1233-1337

Patriarchs of Peć, 1346-1766

  • 1 St. Joanikije II 1346-1354
  • 2 St. Sava IV 1354-1375
  • 3 St. Jefrem (1st time) 1375-1380
  • 4 St. Spiridon 1380-1389
  • (3) St. Jefrem (2nd time) 1389-1390
  • 5 Danilo III (Daniel III) 1390-1396
  • 6 Sava V 1396-1407
  • 7 Danilo IV (Daniel IV) 1407
  • 8 Saint Kirilo I (Cyril I) 1407-1418
  • 9 Saint Nikon 1418-1435
  • 10 Teofan (Theophanes) 1435-1446
  • 11 Nikodim II (Nikodemus II) 1446-1453
  • 12 Arsenije II (Arsenius II) 1453-1459
    • vacant
  • (13) Jovan (John) 1508 (Disputed)
    • vacant
  • (14) Marko (Marc) 1524 locum tenens
    • vacant
  • (15) Pavle of Smederevo 1527-1535 disputed
    • vacant
  • (16) Nikanor 1550-1557 disputed
  • 13(17) St Makarije Sokolović (Macarius) 1557-1570/71
  • 14(18) Antonije Sokolović (Antony) 1570/71-1575
  • 15(19) Gerasim Sokolović 1575-1585
  • 16(20) Savatije Sokolović (Savatius) 1585-1586
  • 17(21) Jerotej Sokolović (Hieroteos) 1586-1591
  • 18(22) Filip Sokolović (Philip) 1591-1592
  • 19(23) St.Jovan Kantul (John II) 1592-1613
  • 20(24) Pajsije I of Janjevo 1613-1647
  • 21(25) St. Gavrilo I 1648-1655
  • 22(26) St. Maksim I of Skoplje 1655-1672
  • 23(27) Arsenije III Crnojevic 1672-1690; later Metropolitan of Karlovci
  • 24(28) Kalinik I (Callinicus I) 1693-1710
  • 25(29) Atanasije I (Athanasius I) 1711-1712
  • 26(30) Mojsije Rajović (Moses) 1712-1725
  • 27(31) Arsenije IV Jovanović Šakabenta 1725-1737; later Metropolitan of Karlovci
  • 28(32) Joanikije III Karadža (Joannicius III) 1737-1746
  • 29(33) Atanasije II Gavrilović (Athanasius II) 1746-1752
  • 30(34) Gavrilo II Mihić Mihajlović (Gabriel II) 1752
  • 31(35) Gavrilo III Nikolin (Gabriel III) 1752-1758
  • 32(36) Vikentije I Stefanović (Vicentius I) 1758
  • 33(37) Pajsije II (Paisius II) 1758
  • 34(38) Gavrilo IV (Gabriel IV) 1758-1759
  • 35(39) Kirilo II (Cyril II) 1759-1763
  • 36(40) Vasilije Jovanović Brkic (Basil) 1763-1765
  • 37(41) Kalinik II (Callinicus II) 1765-1766

Metropolitans and Patriarchs of Karlovci

Metropolitans of Krušedol, 1691-1716

  • Arsenije III Crnojević 1691-1706; former Patriarch in Pec (1672-1691)
  • Isaija (Đaković) (1708)
  • Sofronije (Podgoričanin)(1710-1711)

Metropolitans of Karlovci, 1708-1842

  • Vikentije (Popović Hadžilavić) (1713-1725) transfered see from Krušedol Monastery in Sremski Karlovci 1718
  • Mojsije (Petrović) Metropolitan of Belgrade (1713-1730) and Metropolitan of Belgrade and Karlovci (1726-1730)
  • Vikentije (Jovanović) Metropolitan of Belgrade and Karlovci (1731-1737)
  • Arsenije IV Jovanović Šakabenta 1737-1748; former Patriarch in Peć (1725-1737)
  • Pavle Nenadović (Paul) 1749-1768
  • Jovan Đorđević (John) 1768-1773
    • Mojsije (locum tenens) 1773-1774
  • Vikentije (Vicentius) 1774-1780
  • Mojsije Putnik (Moses) 1780-1790
    • Petar (locum tenens) 1790
  • Stefan Stratimirović (Stephen ) 1790-1836
  • Stefan Stanković (Stephen ) 1836-1841
    • Georgije (locum tenens) 1841-1842
  • Josif Rajačić (Joseph) 1842-1848 raised to Patriarch 1848

Patriarchs of Karlovci, 1848-1920

  • 1 Josif Rajačić (Joseph) 1848-1861
  • 2 Samuilo Maširević (Samuel) 1863-1870
    • Arsenije Stojkovic (1st time) (locum tenens) 1870-1872
    • Nikanor Grujic (locum tenens) 1872-1874
    • Arsenije Stojković (2nd time) (locum tenens) 1874
  • 3 Prokopije Ivačković (Procorpius) 1874-1879
  • 4 German Anđelić (Germanius) 1879-1888
  • 5 Georgije Branković (George) 1888-1907
  • 6 Lukijan Bogdanovic (Lucian) (1908-1913
    • Miron Nikolic (1st time) (locum tenens) 1913
    • Mihailo Grujic (locum tenens) 1913-1914
    • Miron Nikolic (locum tenens 2nd time) 1914-1919
    • Georgije Letić (locum tenens) 1919-1920

Metropolitans of Belgrade and Patriarchs of Serbia

Metropolitans of Belgrade, 1766-1905

  • Jeremija (Jeremiah) 1766-1784
  • Dionisije I (Dionysius I) 1785-1791
  • Metodije (Methodius) 1791-1801
  • Leontije (Leontius) 1801-1813
    • Hadži Milentije (locum tenens) 1810
  • Dionisije II (Dionysius II) 1813-1815
    • Melentije (locum tenens) 1815-1816
  • Agatangel 1816-1825
  • Kiril (Cyril) 1825-1827
  • Anthimos (Antim) 1827-1830


Autonomous Metropolitans of Belgrade and Principality of Serbia 1830-1879

  • Melentije Pavlović (Melentios) 1830-1833
  • Petar Jovanović (Peter) 1833-1859

Autocephalous Metropolitans of Belgrade and Kingdom of Serbia 1879-1905

  • Mihailo Jovanović (Michael) (1st time) 1859-1881
    • Mojsije Veresić (locum tenens) 1881-1883
  • Teodosije Mraović (Theodosius) 1883-1889
  • Mihailo Jovanović (Michael) (2nd time) 1889-1898
  • Inokentije Pavlović (Innocentius) 1898-1905
  • Dimitrije Pavlović (Demetrius) 1905-1920 elected Patriarch of Serbia

Patriarchs of Serbia, 1905-present

Patriarchal Succession

Patriarchs of Karlovci were not entered in Patriarchal dyptich. Also there are no entries between Arsenije II and St. Makarije. Confusion was made when Patriarch German was listed as the 53rd archbishop of Peć. Some foreign scholars counted many persons who never were actually patriarchs: (Marko, Jovan). Patriarch Pavle was the 43rd Serbian Patriarch and the 54th Primate of Church of Serbia. Patriarch Gavrilo Dožić was not entered as Gavrilo V, nor Patriarch Vikentije (Prodanov) as Vikentije II.

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