Leo of Constantinople
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Leo Styppes (Greek: Λέων Στυππῆς) was Patriarch of Constantinople from 1134 until his death in 1143. He was a presbyter at Hagia Sophia before his ascension. He reigned uneventfully during the rule of Byzantine emperor John II Comnenus.
- Λέων Στυππῆς (in Greek). Ecumenical Patriarchate. Retrieved 2011-12-24.
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