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The Patriarchs of Antioch
Chronological List

  Patriarchs Year     Patriarchs Year
1 St. Peter, the Apostle 37-67     Six years after the death of
Mor Severius, Sargius of Tella
became the Syriac Orthodox
Patriarch.
 
2 St. Evodius 67-68   38 Sargius of Tella 544-546
3 St. Ignatios I Nurono (the Illuminator) 68-107     During this turbulent time, the
Holy See remained vacant
for 4 years.

 
 
4 St. Heron 107-127   39 Paul II the Black of Alexandria 550-575
5 St. Korneilos 127-154     He was deposed in 575 for
joining the Chalcedonians.
The Holy See remained vacant
for the next few years.
 
6 St. Heros 154-169   40 Peter III of Raqqa 581-591
7 St. Theophilos 169-182   41 Julian I 595-591
8 St. Maximos I 182-191
 
  42 Athanasius I Gammolo 595-631
9 St. Seraphion 191-211   43 John II of the Sedre 631-648
10 St. Ascelpiadis the Confessor 211-220   44 Theodore 649-667
11 Philitus 220-231   45 Severius II bar Masqeh 667-681
12 Zbina 231-237   46 Athanasius II 683-686
13 St. Babulas the Martyr 237-251   47 Julian II 686-708
14 Fabius 254-551   48 Elias I 709-723
15 S. Demetrianos 254-260   49 Athanasius III 724-740
16 Paul I of Samosate 260-268   50 Iwanis I 740-754
17 Domnus I 268-273     After the death of Iwanis, two
Patriarchs were appointed at
the behest of the Caliph:
 
18 Timos 273-282     Euwanis I 754-?
19 Cyrille I 283-303     Athanasius al-Sandali ?-758
20 Tyrannos 304-314   51 George I 758-790
21 Vitalis 314-320   52 Joseph 790-792
22 St. Philogone 320-323   53 Quryaqos of Takrit 793-817
23 Paulinos of Tyre 323-324   54 Dionysius I of Tellmahreh
 
817-845
 
24 Ostatheous 324-337   55 John III 846-873
  The Arians took control of the See of
Antioch and appointed the following
Patriarchs:
    56 Ignatius II 878-883
  Eulalius 331-333   57 Theodosius Romanos of Takrit 887-896
  Euphornius 333-334   58 Dionysius II 897-909
  Philaclus 334-342   59 John IV Qurzahli 910-922
  Stephanos 342-344   60 Baselius I 923-935
  Leonce 344-357   61 John V 936-953
  Eudoxyos 358-359   62 Iwanis II 954-957
  Euzoios 360   63 Dionysius III 958-961
25 Malatius 360-381   64 Abraham I 962-963
26 St. Flavin I 381-404   65 John VI Sarigta 965-985
27 Porphyros 404-412   66 Athanasius IV of Salah 986-1002
28 Alexander 412-417   67 John VII bar `Abdun 1004-1033
29 Theodotos 417-428   68 Dionysius IV Yahya 1034-1044
30 John I 428-442     Due to internal conflicts within
the Church, the Holy See
was vacant for the next few years.
 
31 Domnus II 442-499   69 John VIII 1049-1057
32 Maximos II 449-455   70 Athanasius V 1058 -1063
  Maximos abdicated and the
Chalcedonians seized control over
the See of  Antioch and appointed
the following Patriarchs:
    71 John IX bar Shushan 1063-1073
  Basil 456-458   72 Baselius II 1074-1075
 
  Aqaq 458-459     After the death of Baselius,
John Abdun got himself
appointed Patriarch and
caused trouble in the Church.
He was deposed but continued
causing trouble until 1091.
 
33 Martoros 459-468   73 Dionysius V Lazaros 1077-1078
34 Peter II the Fuller (Qassar) 468-488   74 Iwanis III 1080-1082
35 Bladius 488-498   75 Dionysius VI 1088-11090
36 Flavin II 498-512   76 Athanasius VI bar Khamoro 1091-1129
37 St. Severius the Great 512-538   77 John X bar Mawdyono 1129-1137
  The Chalcedonians took control
of the See of Antioch in 518 and
sent Mor Severius to exile and
appointed the following Patriarchs
whose line continues in the Byzantine
(Rum/Antiochene Orthodox)
Patriarchate:
    78 Athanasius VII bar Qutreh 1138-1166
  Paul the Jew 518-521   79 Michael I the Great
 
1166-1199
  Euphrosius 521-528   80 Athanasius VIII 1200-1207
  Ephrem of Amid 528-546   81 John XI 1208-1220

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