Marcus I of Byzantium
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Marcus I (died 211) was the bishop of Byzantium for 13 years (198–211 AD). He succeeded Bishop Olympianus. His term of office took place during the persecution of Christians by Emperor Septimius Severus. His successor was Philadelphus.
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