List or Oriental Patriarchs.
The Oriental Orthodox communion is composed of six autocephalous churches:
3) the Armenian Apostolic Church,
5) the Eritrean Orthodox Tewahedo Church, and
Collectively, they consider themselves to be the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic church founded by Jesus Christ in his Great Commission, and that its bishops are the successors of Christ's apostles. Most member churches are part of the World Council of Churches. All member churches share a virtually identical theology, with the distinguishing feature being Miaphysitism. Three very different rites are practiced in the communion: the western-influenced Armenian Rite, the West Syrian Rite of the two Syriac churches, and the Alexandrian Rite of the Copts, Ethiopians and Eritreans.
Autonomous churches under their respective autocephalous mother church are indented.
Church of Caucasian Albania (extinct)
I have run into an anomaly here I am trying to solve. If the Schism between Oriental and Eastern Orthodoxy was immediate, you would expect to see either
1) Long lists of Oriental Patriarchs in the same "sees" wherein the Eastern Orthodox bishops were declared by the Oriental as fake,
2) At very least long lists of alternative Oriental Patriarchs over differently organised "Sees".
However the split was not immediate, it took hundreds of years to complete.
It is 1,500 years later however and the Oriental Orthodox Church do not seem to be able to get their ship in order, and organise a fake line of apostolic bishops in the same way Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy do. After all before the split of 451 began to occur they were both supposed to believe in apostolic succession (right?).
It is turning out to be a hard slog finding a line of Oriental "apostolic bishops". Perhaps it will turn out the other churches all accept the Coptic line of "apostolic bishops".