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patriarchate is the office or jurisdiction of an ecclesiastical patriarch. A patriarch, as the term is used here, is either,

Bishops of Byzantium (until 330). (wiki)

First Century.

1. St. Andrew the Apostle (38), founder (St. Andrew as founder is disputed by Catholics    [1]

2. St. Stachys the Apostle (38–54)

3. St. Onesimus (54–68)

4. Polycarpus I (69–89).

Second Century,

5. Plutarch (89–105)

6. Sedecion (105–114)

7. Diogenes (114–129)

8. Eleutherius (129–136)

9. Felix (136–141)

10. Polycarpus II (141–144)

11. Athenodorus (144–148)

12. Euzois (148–154)

13. Laurence (154–166)

14. Alypius (166–169)

15. Pertinax (169–187)

16. Olympianus (187–198)

17. Mark I or Marcus I (198–211)

18. Philadelphus (211–217)

19. Cyriacus I (217–230)

20. Castinus (230–237)

21. Eugenius I (237–242)

22. Titus (242–272)

23. Dometius (272–284)

24. Rufinus I (284–293)

25. Probus (293–306)

26. St. Metrophanes (306–314)  Emperor Constantine 306-337

27. St. Alexander (314–337)  Emperor Constantine 306-337

Archbishops of Constantinople (330–451).

28) St. Paul I ("the Confessor") (337–339). Emperor Constantine 306-337

  • 30. Macedonius I (342–346).

    • Paul I (346–350), restored 2nd time.

    • Macedonius I (351–360), restored.

32. Demophilus (370–380).

33. Evagrius (370 or 379).

34. Maximus I (380).

35. St. Gregory I of Nazianzus the Theologian (380–381).

36. Nectarius (381–397).

37. St. John Chrysostom (398–404).

38. Arsacius of Tarsus (404–405).

39. Atticus (406–425).

40. Sisinnius I (426–427).

41. Nestorius (428–431).

42. Maximianus (431–434).

43. St. Proclus (434–446).

44. St. Flavian or Flavianus (446–449), also Flavian I.

45. St. Anatolius (449–458) (Patriarch from 451),

Patriarchs of Constantinople (since 451) 451–998.

 

46. Gennadius I (458–471)

47. Acacius (471–488)

48. Fravitta (488–489), also Flavian II

49. Euphemius (489–495)

50. Macedonius II (495–511)

51. Timothy I (511–518)

52. John II the Cappadocian (518–520)

53. Epiphanius (520–535)

54. Anthimus I (535–536)

55. Menas (536–552)

56. Eutychius (552–565).

59. Cyriacus (596–606).

60. St. Thomas I (607–610).

61. Sergius I (610–638).

62. Pyrrhus I (638–641).

  • 63. Paul II (641–653).

    • Pyrrhus I (653–654), restored.

64. Peter (654–666).

65. Thomas II (667–669).

66. John V (669–675).

67. Constantine I (675–677).

68. Theodore I (677–679).

69. George I (679–686).

70. Paul III (687–693).

71. Callinicus I (693–705).

72. Cyrus (705–711).

73. John VI (712–715).

74. Germanus I (715–730).

75. Anastasius (730–754).

76. Constantine II (754–766).

77. Nicetas I (766–780).

78. Paul IV (780–784).

79. Saint Tarasius (784–806).

80. Nicephorus I (806–815).

81. Theodotus I Kassiteras (815–821).

82. Antony I (821–836).

83. John VII Grammaticus (836–843).

84. Methodius I (843–847).

85. Ignatius I (847–858).

  • 86. Photios I the Great (858–867).

    • Ignatius I (867–877), restored.

    • Photios I the Great (877–886), restored.

87. Stephen I (886–893).

88. Antony II Kauleas (893–901).

89. Nicholas I Mystikos (901–907).

91. Stephen II of Amasea (925–928).

92. Tryphon, also Tryphonius (928–931).

93. Theophylactus (933–956).

94. Polyeuctus (956–970).

95. Basil I Scamandrenus (970–974).

96. Antony III the Studite (974–980).

97. Nicholas II Chrysoberges (984–996).

98. Sisinnius II (996–999).

Patriarchs of Constantinople (since 999) 999–1453.

99.   Sergius II (1001–1019).

100. Eustathius (1019–1025).

101. Alexius I the Studite (1025–1043).

102. Michael I Cerularius (1043–1058).  The Great Schism of 1054.

 

 

Patriarchs of Constantinople since the Great Schism of 1054.

 

 

103. Constantine III Leichoudes (1058–1063).

104. John VIII Xiphilinos (1063–1075).

105. Kosmas I (1075–1081).

106. Eustratius Garidas (1081–1084).

107. Nicholas III Grammaticus (1084–1111)

108. John IX Agapetus (1111–1134)

109. Leo Styppeiotes (1134–1143)

110. Michael II Kourkouas (1143–1146)

111. Cosmas II Atticus (1146–1147)

112. Nicholas IV Muzalon (1147–1151)

113. Theodotus II (1151–1153)

114. Neophytos I (1153–1154)

115. Constantine IV Chliarenus (1154–1156)

116. Luke Chrysoberges (1156–1169)

117. Michael III of Anchialus (1169–1177)

118. Chariton (1177–1178)

119. Theodosius I Boradiotes (1178–1183)

120. Basil II Kamateros (1183–1186)

121. Niketas II Mountanes (1186–1189)

122. Leo Theotokites (1189–1190)

123. Dositheus (1190–1191)

124. George II Xiphilinos (1191–1198)

125. John X Kamateros (1198–1206)

126. Michael IV Autoreianos (1206–1212)

127. Theodore II Eirenikos (1214–1216)

128. Maximos II (1216)

129. Manuel I Charitopoulos (1216–1222)

130. Germanus II (1223–1240)

132. Manuel II (1244–1255)

133. Arsenius Autoreianus (1255–1259).

  • 134. Nicephorus II (1260–1261).

    • Arsenius Autoreianus (1261–1265), restored.

135. Germanus III (1266).

136. Joseph I Galesiotes (1266–1275).

  • 137. John XI Bekkos (1275–1282).

    • Joseph I Galesiotes (1282–1283), restored.

138. Gregory II Cyprius (1283–1289).

139. Athanasius I (1289–1293).

  • 140. John XII (1293–1303).

    • Athanasius I (1303–1310), restored.

141. Nephon I (1310–1314).

142. John XIII Glykys (1314–1320).

143. Gerasimos I (1320–1321).

144. Isaias (1321–1334).

145. John XIV Kalekas (1334–1347).

146. Isidore I (1347–1350).

147. Callistus I (1350–1354).

  • 148. Philotheus Kokkinos (1354–1355).

    • Callistus I (1355–1363), restored.

    • Philotheus Kokkinos (1363–1376), restored.

149. Macarius (1376–1379).

150. Nilus Kerameus (1379–1388).

  • 151. Antony IV (1388–1390).

    • Macarius (1390–1391), restored.

    • Antony IV (1391–1397), restored.

152. Callistus II Xanthopoulos (1397).

153. Matthew I (1397–1410).

154. Euthymius II (1410–1416).

155. Joseph II (1416–1439).

156. Metrophanes II (1439–1443).

157. Gregory III Mammas (1443–1450).

158. Athanasius II (1450–1453).

On May 29, 1453 occurred the Fall of Constantinople, thus marking the end of the Byzantine Empire. The Ecumenical Patriarchate became subject to the Ottoman Empire.

Patriarchs of Constantinople (since) 1453–1466.

159. Gennadius II Scholarios (1454–1456)

160. Isidore II Xanthopoulos (1456–1462)

There are different suggestions by scholars for the succession of the Patriarchs from 1462 to 1466. The main positions are the following:

According to Kiminas (2009):

 

161. Joasaph I, Apr 1462 – Apr 1463

Gennadius II, Apr 1463 – June 1463

162. Sophronius I, Jun 1463 – Aug 1464

Gennadius II, Aug 1464 – aut. 1465

163. Mark II, aut. 1465 – aut. 1466

164. Symeon I, au. 1466 – end 1466

 

According to Laurent (1968):

  • Joasaph I, Apr 1462 – Apr 1463

  • Gennadius II, Apr 1463 – May 1463

  • Sophronius I, May 1463 – July 1464

  • Gennadius II, Aug 1464 – aut. 1465

  • Symeon I, autumn 1465

  • Mark II, beg. 1466 – aut. 1466

 

According to Gemanos of Sardeis (1933–38):

  • Gennadius II, sum. 1462 – sum. 1463

  • Sophronius I, Aug 1463 – Aug 1464

  • Gennadius II, Aug 1464 – aut. 1464

  • Joasaph I, beg. 1465 – beg. 1466

  • Mark II, beg. 1466 – mid 1466

  • Symeon I, mid 1466 – end 1466.

Patriarchs of Constantinople (since) 1466–1833. 

  • 165. Dionysius I (end 1466–1471)

    • Symeon I of Trebizond (1471–1475), restored 1st time

 

​​166. Raphael I (1475–1476)​​.

  • 167. Maximus III (1476–1482)

    • Symeon I of Trebizond (1482–1486), restored 2nd time. 

  • 168. Nephon II (1486–1488)

    • Dionysius I (1488–1490), restored.

  • 169. Maximus IV (1491–1497)

    • Nephon II (1497–1498), restored 1st time. 

  • 170. Joachim I (1498–1502)

    • Nephon II (1502), restored 2nd time.

16th Century:  Patriarchs of Constantinople.

  • 171. Pachomius I (1503–1504)

    • Joachim I (1504), restored

    • Pachomius I (1504–1513), restored.

173. Jeremias I (1522–1524).

  • 174. Joannicius I (1524–1525)

    • Jeremias I (1525–1546), restored.

175. Dionysius II (1546–1556).

176. Joasaph II (1556–1565).

177. Metrophanes III (1565–1572).

  • 178. Jeremias II Tranos (1572–1579)

    • Metrophanes III (1579–1580), restored

    • Jeremias II Tranos (1580–1584), restored 1st time.

  • 180. Theoleptus II (1585–1586).

    • Jeremias II Tranos (1587–1595), restored 2nd time,

  • 182. Gabriel I (1596)

    • Theophanes I Karykes (locum tenens, 1596)

    • Meletius I Pegas (locum tenens, 1597).

183. Theophanes I Karykes (1597).

  • 184. Meletius I Pegas (locum tenens, 1597–1598)

    • Matthew II (1598–1602), restored 1st time.

  • 185. Neophytus II (1602–1603)

    • Matthew II (1603), restored 2nd time.

  • 186. Raphael II (1603–1607)

    • Neophytus II (1607–1612), restored.

  • 188. Timothy II (1612–1620)

    • Cyril I Lucaris (1620–1623), restored 1st time.

189. Gregory IV (1623).

  • 190. Anthimus II (1623)

    • Cyril I Lucaris (1623–1633), restored 2nd time.

  • 192. Athanasius III Patelaros (1634)

    • Cyril I Lucaris (1634–1635), restored 4th time

    • Cyril II Kontares (1635–1636), restored 1st time.

  • 193. Neophytus III of Nicaea (1636–1637)

    • Cyril I Lucaris (1637–1638) restored 5th time

    • Cyril II Kontares (1638–1639), restored 2nd time.

194. Parthenius I (1639–1644).

195. Parthenius II (1644–1646).

  • 196. Joannicius II (1646–1648)

    • Parthenius II (1648–1651), restored

    • Joannicius II (1651–1652), restored 1st time.

  • 197. Cyril III (1652–1652)

    • Athanasius III (1652), restored.

  • 198. Paisius I (1652–1653)

    • Joannicius II (1653–1654), restored 2nd time

    • Cyril III (1654), restored

    • Paisius I (1654-1655), restored

    • Joannicius II (1655–1656), restored 3rd time.

199. Parthenius III (1656–1657).

200. Gabriel II (1657).

201. Parthenius IV (1657–1659).

  • 203. Dionysius III (1662–1665)

    • Parthenius IV (1665–1667), restored 1st time.

  • 205. Methodius III (1668–1671)

    • Parthenius IV (1671), restored 2nd time.

206. Dionysius IV Muselimes (1671–1673).

  • 207. Gerasimus II (1673–1674)

    • Parthenius IV (1675–1676) restored 3rd time

    • Dionysius IV Muselimes (the Muslim) (1676–1679), restored 1st time.

208. Athanasius IV (1679).

  • 209. James (1679–1682)

    • Dionysius IV Muselimes (the Muslim) (1682–1684), restored 2nd time

    • Parthenius IV (1684–1685) restored 4th time

    • James (1685–1686), restored 1st time

    • Dionysius IV Muselimes (the Muslim) (1686–1687), restored 3rd time

    • James (1687–1688), restored 2nd time.

  • 211. Neophytus IV (1688)

    • Callinicus II (1689–1693), restored 1st time

    • Dionysius IV Muselimes (the Muslim) (1693–1694), restored 4th time

    • Callinicus II (1694–1702), restored 2nd time.

212. Gabriel III (1702–1707).

213. Neophytus V (1707).

214. Cyprianus (1707–1709).

215. Athanasius V (1709–1711).

  • 216. Cyril IV (1711–1713)

    • Cyprianus (1713–1714), restored.

  • 219. Paisius II (1726–1732)

    • Jeremias III (1732–1733), restored.

  • 221. Neophytus VI (1734–1740)

    • Paisius II (1740–1743), restored 1st time

    • Neophytus VI (1743–1744), restored

    • Paisius II (1744–1748), restored 2nd time.

  • 222. Cyril V (1748–1751)

    • Paisius II (1751–1752), restored 2nd time

    • Cyril V (1752–1757), restored 1st time.

223. Callinicus IV (1757).

224. Serapheim II (1757–1761).

225. Joannicius III (1761–1763).

226. Samuel I Chatzeres (1763–1768).

227. Meletius II (1769–1769).

  • 228. Theodosius II (1769–1773)

    • Samuel I Chatzeres (1773–1774), restored.

229. Sophronius II (1774–1780).

230. Gabriel IV (1780–1785).

231. Procopius (1785–1789).

232. Neophytus VII (1789–1794).

233. Gerasimus III (1794–1797).

  • 234. Gregory V (1797–1798)

    • Neophytus VII (1798–1801), restored.

  • 235. Callinicus V (1801–1806)

    • Gregory V (1806–1808), restored 1st time

    • Callinicus V (1808–1809), restored.

  • 237. Cyril VI (1813–1818)

    • Gregory V (1818–1821), restored 2nd time.

238. Eugenius II (1821–1822).

239. Anthimus III (1822–1824).

240. Chrysanthus I (1824–1826).

241. Agathangelus I (1826–1830).

242. Constantius I (1830–1834)

On July 23, 1833 the Church of Greece declared itself autocephalous. It was followed by the Romanian Orthodox Church in 1864, the Bulgarian Exarchate in 1872, and the Serbian Orthodox Church in 1879, thus reducing the territorial extent of the Ecumenical Patriarchate's jurisdiction.

1834–1923.

243. Constantius II (1834–1835)

244. Gregory VI (1835–1840)

245. Anthimus IV (1840–1841)

246. Anthimus V (1841–1842)

247. Germanus IV (1842–1845).

248. Meletius III (1845).

  • 249. Anthimus VI (1845–1848)

    • Anthimus IV (1848–1852), restored

    • Germanus IV (1852–1853), restored

    • Anthimus VI (1853–1855), restored 1st time.

250. Cyril VII (1855–1860)

251. Joachim II (1860–1863)

  • 252. Sophronius III (1863–1866)

    • Gregory VI (1867–1871), restored

    • Anthimus VI (1871–1873), restored 2nd time

    • Joachim II (1873–1878), restored.

253. Joachim III (1878–1884)

254. Joachim IV (1884–1887)

255. Dionysius V (1887–1891)

256. Neophytus VIII (1891–1894)

​257. Anthimus VII (1895–1896).

  • 258. Constantine V (1897–1901)

    • Joachim III (1901–1912), restored.

  • 259. Germanus V (1913–1918)

    • vacant (1918–1921).

On July 24, 1923 the Ottoman Empire dissolved, replaced by the Republic of Turkey

 

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1923–present.

261. Gregory VII (1923–1924).

262. Constantine VI (1924–1925)

263. Basil III (1925–1929)

264. Photios II (1929–1935)

265. Benjamin I (1936–1946)

266. Maximus V (1946–1948)

267. Athenagoras I (1948–1972)

268. Demetrios I (1972–1991)

269. Bartholomew I (1991–present).

See also.

Ambrose

Apostolic succession

Athanasius of Alexandria

Basil of Caesarea

Constantinople

Cyril of Jerusalem

Eastern Orthodoxy

Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople

Eusebius of Caesarea

Gregory of Nyssa

Hilary of Poitiers

Jerome

John of Damascus

Latin Patriarch of Constantinople

List of Armenian Patriarchs of Constantinople

Nicephorus Callistus Xanthopoulos

Patriarch

Pope Gregory I

Socrates Scholasticus

Sozomen

Theodoret

Vincent of Lerins

 

Notes.

A selection of different spellings of certain names as seen on Patriarchate.org:

 

Dimitrios = Demetrios

Germanos = Germanus

Stephanos = Stephen

wiki link to original wiki article:

List of Ecumenical Patriarchs of Constantinople.