Metropolis of Mytiline

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* New-martyr Anastasios and Demetrios of Asomaton and Agiason ([[August 11]] - between 1816-1819)
 
* New-martyr Anastasios and Demetrios of Asomaton and Agiason ([[August 11]] - between 1816-1819)
 
* New-martyr George the so-called Pazianos <ref>Goerge the so-called Pazianos or ''Paizianis'' or ''Pasgianos''.</ref> ([[February 14]], 1693)
 
* New-martyr George the so-called Pazianos <ref>Goerge the so-called Pazianos or ''Paizianis'' or ''Pasgianos''.</ref> ([[February 14]], 1693)
 
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* New-martyr Doukas the Mytilinain ([[April 24]], 1564)
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* New-martyr Theodoros the ''Hatzi''-Mytilinain ([[January 30]], 1784)
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* New-martyr Constantinos of Agarinon ([[June 2]], 1819)
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* New-martyr Luke the Mytilinain ([[March 23]], 1802)
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* New-martyr Nicholas the Mytilinain (1771)
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* Saint [[Irene of Athens]]
 
* Saint [[Irene of Athens]]
 
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Revision as of 20:49, December 30, 2008

The Holy Metropolis of Mytiline, Eressos and Plomariou [1] (Gr. Μυτιλήνης, Ερεσσού και Πλωμαρίου) is part of the Church of Greece

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Metropolitan

The current metropolitan is His Eminence Metropolitan Iakovos III of Mytiline (Gr. ΙΑΚΩΒΟΣ Γ' Μυτιλήνης, Ερεσσού και Πλωμαρίου)

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End notes

  1. Mytiline can also be spelled Mytilene, Mitiline or Mitilene
  2. Her identity was discovered in 1931 in an ancient ruin and is unoffocially recognised since there are no records to her martyrdom.
  3. His holy relics and tomb were found in 1935.
  4. How they martyred and when is unknown. They are only mentioned in a Synaxaristis by Saint Nicodemos the Aghiorite
  5. Goerge the so-called Pazianos or Paizianis or Pasgianos.

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