Dositheus of Constantinople

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Dositheus of Jerusalem was twice Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople (1189, 1189–1191). He was previously Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem (1187–1189). He was a close friend of the Byzantine emperor Isaac II Angelos.[1][2]

References

  1. Bréhier 1970, p. 384.
  2. Grumel 1958, pp. 436, 452.

Bibliography

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Preceded by
Leontius II
Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem
1187–1189
Succeeded by
Marcus II
Preceded by
Nicetas II
Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople
1189
Succeeded by
Leontius Theotokites
Preceded by
Leontius Theotokites
Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople
1189–1191
Succeeded by
George II