Patriarchs of Antioch

1. Peter the Apostle (ca. 37–ca. 53)

2. Evodius (ca. 53–ca. 69)

3. Ignatius (ca. 70–ca. 107), who was martyred in the reign of Trajan. His seven epistles are unique sources for the early Church.

4. Heron (107–127)

5. Cornelius (127–154)

6. Eros (154–169)

7. Theophilus (ca. 169–ca. 182)

8. Maximus I of Antioch (182–191)

9. Serapion (191–211)

10. Asclepiades the Confessor (211–220)

11. Philetus (220–231)

12. Zebinnus (231–237)

13. Babylas the Martyr (237–ca. 250), who,according to Nicephorus, was martyred in the reign of Decius.

14. Fabius (253–256)

15. Demetrius (ca. 256–uncertain), who was taken captive by the Persians under Shapur

16. Paul of Samosata (260–268) supported by Zenobia, deposed by Emperor Aurelian; in Paul's time Lucian of Antioch was head of the Antiochene catechetical school

17. Domnus I (268/9–273/4) supported by Emperor Aurelian

18. Timaeus (273/4–282)

19. Cyril I (283–303)

20. Tyrannion (304–314)

21. Vitalius (314–320)

22. Philogonius (320–323)

23. Eustathius (324–330), formerly Bishop of Beroea, a steadfast opponent of Arianism; he was deposed in 327 and banished in 329. However, the adherents of the Nicene creed considered him the rightful bishop until his death.

24. Paulinus (330, six months), formerly bishop of Tyre, Semi-Arian and friend of Eusebius of Caesarea

25. Eulalius (331–332)

26. Euphronius (332–333)

27. Flacillus or Facellius (333–342), in whose time renovations were made to the great church of Antioch, according to Nicephorus.

28. Stephanus I of Antioch (342–344), Arian and opponent of Athanasius of Alexandria, deposed in 344.

29. Leontius the Eunuch (344–358), Arian

30. Eudoxius (358–359), formerly bishop of Germanicia, later (360–370) bishop of Constantinople, Homoian

31. Anianus (359), immediately deposed

32. Meletius (360—361), Semi-Arian, deposed in the reign of Valens for Homoiousian leanings

33. Theodotus (417–428) (alternately 420–429)

34. John I (428–442), condemned the First Council of Ephesus in the Nestorian controversy

35. Domnus II (442–449), deposed by the Second Council of Ephesus.

36. Maximus (449–455), appointed by Emperor Theodosius II, accepted the Council of Chalcedon, deposed under unclear circumstances.

37. Basil of Antioch (456–458), Chalcedonian

38. Acacius of Antioch (458–461), Chalcedonian

39. Martyrius (461–469), Chalcedonian, deposed by general Zeno

40. Peter the Fuller (469/470-471), Non-Chalcedonian, appointed by general Zeno, deposed by Emperor Leo I

41. Julian (471–476), Chalcedonian, exiled by Peter the Fuller

42. Peter the Fuller (476), Non-Chalcedonian, restored by usurper Basiliscus, exiled by Emperor Zeno

43. John II Codonatus (476–477), Non-Chalcedonian, who held the see only three months and was exiled

44. Stephanus II (477–479), Chalcedonian

45. Calendion (479–485), Chalcedonian, opposed the Henoticon, exiled by Zeno, replaced by Peter the Fuller

46. Peter the Fuller (485–488), Non-Chalcedonian, restored by Emperor Zeno and condemned the same year (485) by a synod at Rome

47. Palladius (488–498), Chalcedonian, accepted the Henoticon,

48. Flavian II (498–512), Chalcedonian, accepted the Henoticon, deposed by Emperor Anastasius I.

49. Severus (512–518), Non-Chalcedonian, appointed by Emperor Anatasius I, deposed by Emperor Justin I.

50. Paul the Jew (518–521), Chalcedonian

51. Euphrasius (521–528), Chalcedonian

52. Ephrem of Amid (528–546), Chalcedonian

53. Paul the Jew (518–521)

54. Euphrasius (521–526)

55. Ephraim of Amid (526–546)

56. Domnus III (546–561)

57. Anastasius I of Antioch (561–571)

58. Gregory (571–594)

59. Anastasius I of Antioch (restored) (594–599)

60. Anastasius II (599–610)

61. Gregory II (610–620)

62. Anastasius III (620–628)

63. Macedonius (628–640)

64. George I (640–656)

65. Macarius (656–681)

66. Theophanes (681–687)

67. Sebastian (687–690)

68. George II (690–695)

69. Alexander II (695–702)

70. vacant (702–742)

71. Stephen IV (742–744)

72. Theophylact (744–751)

73. Theodore (751–797)

74. John III (797–810) or Theodoret

75. Job (810–826)

76. Nicholas (826–834)

77. Simeon (834–840)

78. Elias (840–852)

79. Theodosius I (852–860)

80. Nicholas II (860–879)

81. Michael (879–890)

82. Zacharias (890–902)

83. George III (902–917)

84. Job II (917–939)

85. Eustratius (939–960)

86. Christopher (960–966)

87. Theodorus II (966–977)

88. Agapius (977–995)

89. John IV (or III) (995–1000)

90. Nicholas III (1000–1003)

91. Elias II (1003–1010)

92. George Lascaris (1010–1015)

93. Macarius the Virtuous (1015–1023)

94. Eleutherius (1023–1028)

95. Peter III (1028–1051)

96. John V (or IV), or most probably Dionysius (1051–1062)

97. Aemilian (1062–1075)

98. Theodosius II (1075–1084)

99. Nicephorus (1084–1090)

100. John VI (or V, or IV) (1090–1155)

101. John VII (or VI, or V) (1155–1159)

102. Euthymius (1159–1164)

103. Macarius II (1164–1166)

104. Athanasius I (1166–1180)

105. Theodosius III (1180–1182)

106. Elias III (1182–1184)

107. Christopher II (1184–1185)

108. Theodore IV (Balsamon) (1185–1199)

109. Joachim (1199–1219)

110. Dorotheus (1219–1245)

111. Simeon II (1245–1268)

112. Euthymius (1268–1269)

113. Theodosius IV (1269–1276)

114. Theodosius V (1276–1285)

115. Arsenius (1285–1293)

116. Dionysius (1293–1308)

117. Mark (1308–1342)

118. Ignatius II (1342–1386)

119. Pachomius (1386–1393)

120. Nilus (1393–1401)

121. Michael III (1401–1410)

122. Pachomius II (1410–1411)

123. Joachim II (1411–1426)

124. Mark III (1426–1436)

125. Dorotheus II (1436–1454)

126. Michael IV (1454–1476)

127. Mark IV (1476)

128. Joachim III (1476–1483)

129. Gregory III (1483–1497)

130. Dorotheus III (1497–1523)

131. Michael V (1523–1541)

132. Dorotheus IV (1541–1543)

133. Joachim IV (Ibn Juma) (1543–1576)

134. Michael VI (Sabbagh) (1577–1581)

135. Joachim V (1553–1592)

136. Joachim VI (1593–1604)

137. Dorotheus IV (or V) Ibn Al-Ahmar (1604–1611)

138. Athanasius II (or III) Dabbas (1611–1619)

139. Ignatius III Atiyah (1619–1634)

140. Euthymius II (or III) Karmah (1634–1635)

141. Euthymius III (or IV) of Chios (1635–1647)

142. Macarios III Zaim (1647–1672)

143. Neophytos of Chios (1673–1682)

144. Athanasius III Dabbas (first, or antipatriarchal, reign) (1685–1694)

145. Cyril V (or III) Zaim (antipatriarchal reign 1672–1694, 1694–1720)

146. Athanasius III Dabbas (second reign) (1720–1724)

147. Sylvester (1724–1766)

148. Philemon (1766–1767)

149. Daniel (1767–1791)

150. Anthemius (1791–1813)

151. Seraphim (1813–1823)

152. Methodius (1823–1850)

153. Hierotheos (1850–1885)

154. Gerasimos (1885–1891)

155. Spyridon (1891–1898)

156. Meletius II (Doumani) (1899–1906)

157. Gregory IV (Haddad) (1906–1928)

158. vacant (1928–1931)

159. Alexander III (Tahan) (1931–1958)

160. Arsenius II (Haddad) (1931–1933)

161. Theodosius VI (Abourjaily) (1958–1970)

162. Elias IV (Muawad) (1970–1979)

163. Ignatius IV (Hazim) (1979–2012)

164. John X (Yazigi) (2012–)

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