Christian History Institute

Sharing our story of faith across the ages

This is a list by centuries of popes and patriarchs in the original five patriarchies. This list combines lists found at Catholic websites, at Wikipedia, and at Orthodox wikis.

AlexandriaAntiochByzantium/
Constantinople
JerusalemRome
30 to 100
[Mark 42–68]
Anianus (68–82)
Avilius (82–98)
Kedron (96–106)
Apostle Peter (c.45–c.53)
St. Euodios (c.53–c.68)
St. Ignatius I (c.68–100)
Byzantium
[St. Andrew the Apostle (founder)]
Stachys (38–54)
Onesimus (54–68)
Polycarpus I (69–89)
Plutarch (89–105)
James the Just (to 62)
Simeon I (62–107)
[St. Peter (32–67)]
St. Linus (67–76)
St. Anacletus, aka Cletus (76–88)
St. Clement I (88–97)
St. Evaristus (97–105)
100 to 200
Primus (110–121)
Justus (121–131)
Eumenis (131–144)
Mark II (144–154)
Keladion (154–167)
Agripinos (167–179)
Julian (179–189)
Demetrius (189–232)
Eros I (100–c.127)
Cornelius (c.127–c.151)
Eros II (c.151–c.169)
Theophilus (c.169–182)
Maximinos I (182–191)
Serapion (191–211)
Sedecion (105–114)
Diogenes (114–129)
Eleutherius (129–136)
Felix (136–141)
Polycarpus II (141–144)
Athenodorus (144–148)
Euzois (148–154)
Laurence (154–166)
Alypius (166–169)
Pertinax (169–187)
Olympians (187–198)
Mark I (198–211)
Justus I (107–112)
Zacchaeus (112–116)
Tobias (?)
Benjamin I (?–117)
John I (117–119)
Matthew I (119–120)
Philip (?–124)
Senecas (?)
Justus II (?)
Levi (?)
Ephraim I (?)
Joseph I (?)
Judas (?–134)
Mark (134–156)
Cassianos (?)
Pouplios (?)
Maximos I (?)
Julian I (?)
Gaius I (?)
Gaius II (?)
Symmachos (?)
Julian II or Valens (?)
Capion (?)
Maximos II (?)
Antonios (?)
Valens (?)
Dolichianos (?––185)
Narcissus (185–212)
St. Alexander I (105–115)
St. Sixtus I, aka Xystus I (115–125)
St. Telesphorus (125–136)
St. Hyginus (136–140)
St. Pius I (140–155)
St. Anicetus (155–166)
St. Soter (166–175)
St. Eleutherius (175–189)
St. Victor I (189–199)
200 to 300
Heraklas (232–247)
Dionysios (248–265)
Maximus (265–282)
Theonas (282–300)
Ascelpiades 211–220)
Philetos (220–231)
Zebinnus Ozniophios (231–237)
St. Babylas (237–253)
Fabios (253–256)
Demetrianos (256–262)
Amphilokhos (262–267)
Paul of Samosata (267–270)
Domnus I (270–273)
Timaeos (273–277)
Cyril (277–299)
Tyrannos (299–308)
Philadelphus (211–217)
Kyriakos I (217–230)
Castinus (230–237)
Eugenius I (237–242)
Titus (242–272)
Dometius (272–284)
Rufinus I (284–293)
Probus (293–306)
Dios (?)
Germanion (?)
Gordios (?)
Alexander (213–251)
Mozabanus (251–266)
Hymeneus (266–298)
Zambdas (298–300)
St. Zephyrinus (199–217)
St. Callistus I (217–22)
[he and the next three popes opposed by St. Hippolytus (217–236)]
St. Urban I (222–30)
St. Pontain (230–35)
St. Anterus (235–36)
St. Fabian (236–50)
St. Cornelius (251–53)
[Opposed by Novatian]
St. Lucius I (253–54)
St. Stephen I (254–257)
St. Sixtus II (257–258)
St. Dionysius (260–268)
St. Felix I (269–274)
St. Eutychian (275–283)
St. Caius, aka Gaius (283–296)
St. Marcellinus (296–304)
300 to 400
Petros I (300–311)
Achillas (311–312)
Alexandros I (313–326)
Athanasius I (326–373)
Peter II (373–381)
Timotheos I (381–385)
Theophilus (385–412)
Vitalius I (308–314)
St. Philogonius (314–324)
Paulinus of Tyre (324–325)
St. Eustathius (325–332)
Eulalios (332)
Euphronios (333–334)
Philaclus (334–341)
Stephen I (341–345)
Leontius (345–350)
Eudoxius (350–354)
?? (354–357)
Annias or Ammianus (357–360)
Meletius (360–361) deposed for heretical leanings
PERIOD OF SCHISM (361–415)
Metrophanes (306–314)
Alexander (314–337)
Nicene era (325–451)
Paul I (337–339)
Eusebius of Nicomedia (339–341)
Paul I (341–342) 2nd time
Macedonius I (342–346)
Paul I (346–351) 3rd time
Macedonius I (351–360) 2nd time
Eudoxius of Antioch (360–370)
Demophilus (370–379)
Evagrius (370 or 379)
Maximus (380)
Gregory the Theologian (379–381)
Shift to Constantinople, 381
Nectarius (381–397)
John I Chrysostom (398–404)
Hermon (300–314)
Macarius I (314–334)
Maximus III (334–348)
Cyril I (350–386)
John II (386–417)
St. Marcellus I (308–309)
St. Eusebius (309 or 310)
St. Miltiades (311–14)
St. Sylvester I (314–35)
St. Marcus (336)
St. Julius I (337–52)
Liberius (352–66)
[Opposed by Felix II]
St. Damasus I (366–84)
[Opposed by Ursicinus]
St. Siricius (384–99)
St. Anastasius I (399–401)
400 to 500
Cyril I (412–444)
Dioscorus I (444–451)
Proterius (452–457)
Timothy II (457–460)
Timothy III (460–475)
Timothy II (475–477)
Timothy III (477–481)
John I (481–482)
Peter III (482–490)
Athanasius II (490–496)
John II (496–505)
Alexander (412–417)
Ended schism with Eustathians in 415.
Theodotus (418?–428?)
John I (427–443)
Domnus II (443–450)
Maximus II (450–455)
Antioch becomes a Patriarchate in 451.
Basil (455–459)
Acacius (459–461)
Martyrius (461–469)
Peter the Fuller (469–471)
Julian (471–476)
Peter the Fuller (476)
John II (476–477)
Stephen II (477–479)
Callandion (479–485)
Peter the Fuller (485–488)
Palladius (488–498)
Flavian II (498–512)
Arsacius of Tarsus (404–405)
Atticus (406–425)
Sisinnius I (426–427)
Nestorius (428–431)
Maximian (431–434)
Proclus (434–446)
Flavian (446–449)
Anatolius (449–458)
Gennadius I (458–471)
Acacius (471–488)
Phrabitas or Fravitta (488–489)
Euphemius (489–495)
Macedonius II (495–511)
Praylius (417–422)
Juvenal (422–458)
Anastasius I (458–478)
Martyrius (478–486)
Sallust (486–493)
Elias I (494–516)
St. Innocent I (401–17)
St. Zosimus (417–18)
St. Boniface I (418–22)
[Opposed by Eulalius]
St. Celestine I (422–32)
St. Sixtus III (432–40)
St. Leo I (the Great) (440–61)
St. Hilarius (461–68)
St. Simplicius (468–83)
St. Felix III (II) (483–92)
St. Gelasius I (492–96)
Anastasius II (496–98)
St. Symmachus (498–514)
[Opposed by Laurentius]
500 to 600
John III (505–516)
Dioscorus II (516–517)
Timothy IV (517–535)
Theodosius I (536)
Gainas (537)
Paul (537–542)
Zoilus (542–551)
Apollinarios (551–568)
John IV (569–579)
Eulogius (579–607)
Severus (512–518) Deposed as a heretic.
Syrian Orthodox will form its own line of patriarchs.
Paul II (518–521)
Euphrasius (521–526)
St. Ephraim (526–546)
Domnus III (546–561)
St. Anastasius the Sinaite (561–571)
Gregory (571–594)
St. Anastasius the Sinaite (594–599)
St. Anastasius II (599–610)
Timothy I or Timotheus I (511–518)
John II Cappadocia (518–520)
Epiphanius (520–535)
Anthimus I (535–536)
Menas (536–552)
Eutychius (552–565)
John III Scholasticus (565–577)
Eutychius (577–582) 2nd time
John IV Nesteutes (582–595)
Cyriacus or Kyriakos (Greek) (596–606)
John III (516–524)
Peter (524–544)
Macarius II (544–552)
Eustochius (552–564)
Macarius II (564–575) 2nd time
John IV (575–594)
Amos (594–601)
St. Hormisdas (514–23)
St. John I (523–26)
St. Felix IV (III) (526–30)
Boniface II (530–32)
[Opposed by Dioscorus]
John II (533–35)
St. Agapetus I, aka Agapitus I (535–36)
St. Silverius (536–37)
Vigilius (537–55)
Pelagius I (556–61)
John III (561–74)
Benedict I (575–79)
Pelagius II (579–90)
St. Gregory I “the Great”(590–604)
600 to 700
Theodore (607–609)
Ioannis V (609–620)
George I (621–630)
Cyrus (631–641)
Peter IV (642–651)
Ioannis VI (654)
Eutychios (654–690)
Peter V (690) Coadjutor
Peter VI (690) Coadjutor
VACANT (690–726)
Gregory II (610–620)
Anastasius III (620–628)
Macedonius (628–640)
George I (640–656)
Macarius (656–681)
Theophanes (681–687)
Sebastian (687–690)
George II (690–695)
Alexander II (695–702)
Thomas I (607–610)
Sergius I (610–638)
Pyrrhus I (638–641)
Paul II (641–653)
Peter (654–666)
Thomas II (667–669)
John V (669–675)
Constantine I (675–677)
Theodore I (677–679)
George I (679–686)
Paul III (687–693)
Callinicus I (693–705)
Isaac (601–609)
Zacharias (609–632)
Modestus (632–634)
Sophronius I (634–638)
VACANT (638–?)
Sabinian (604–606)
Boniface III (607)
St. Boniface IV (608–15)
St. Deusdedit, aka Adeodatus I (615–18)
Boniface V (619–25)
Honorius I (625–38)
Severinus (640)
John IV (640–42)
Theodore I (642–49)
St. Martin I (649–55)
St. Eugene I (655–57)
St. Vitalian (657–72)
Adeodatus (II) (672–76)
Donus (676–78)
St. Agatho (678–81)
St. Leo II (682–83)
St. Benedict II (684–85)
John V (685–86)
Conon (686–87)
St. Sergius I (687–701)
[Opposed by Theodore and Paschal]
700 to 800
Cosmas I (727-787)
Politianus (787-801)
VACANT 702–742
Stephen IV (742–748)
Theophylact (748–767)
Theodore I (767–797)
John IV (797–810)
Cyrus (705–711)
John VI (712–715)
Germanus I (715–730)
Anastasius (730–754)
Constantine II (754–766)
Nicetas (766–780)
Paul IV (780–784)
Tarasius (784–806)
Anastasius II (?–706)
John V (706–735)
John VI (735–760)
Theodore (760–782)
Elias II (782–797)
George (797–807)
John VI (701–05)
John VII (705–07)
Sisinnius (708)
Constantine (708–15)
St. Gregory II (715–31)
St. Gregory III (731–41)
St. Zachary (741–52)
Stephen II (died before consecration)
Stephen II aka III (752–57)
St. Paul I (757–67)
Stephen III aka IV (767–72)
[Opposed by Constantine II and Philip]
Adrian I (772–95)
St. Leo III (795–816)
800 to 900
Eustathius (801–805)
Christopher (817–841)
Sophronius I (841–860)
Michael I (860–870)
Michael II (870–903)
Job I (810–826)
Nicholas (826–834)
Simeon (834–840)
Elias (840–852)
Theodosius I (852–860)
Nicholas II (860–879)
Michael (879–890)
Zacharias (890–902)
Nicephorus I (806–815)
Theodotus I Cassiteras (815–821)
Antony I (821–836)
John VII Grammaticus (836–843)
Methodius I (843–847)
Ignatius I (847–858)
Photius I the Great (858–867)
Ignatius I (867–877) 2nd time
Photius I (877–886) 2nd time
Stephanus I (886–893)
Antony II Kauleas (893–901)
Thomas I (807–821)
Basil (821–842)
Sergius I (842–844)
VACANT (844–855)
Solomon (855–860)
VACANT (860–862)
Theodosius (864–879)
Elias III (879–907)
Stephen IV (V) (816–17)
St. Paschal I (817–24)
Eugene II (824–27)
Valentine (827)
Gregory IV (827–44)
Sergius II (844–47)
[Opposed by John]
St. Leo IV (847–55)
Benedict III (855–58)
[Opposed by Anastasius]
St. Nicholas I, “the Great”(858–67)
Adrian II (867–72)
John VIII (872–82)
Marinus I (882–84)
St. Adrian III (884–85)
Stephen V (VI) (885–91)
Formosus (891–96)
Boniface VI (896)
Stephen VI (VII) (896–97)
Romanus (897)
Theodore II (897)
John IX (898–900)
900 to 1000
VACANT (903–906)
Christodoulus (907–932)
Eutychius II (932–940)
Sophronius II (941)
Isaac (941–954)
Job (954–960)
Elias I (963–1000)
George III (902–917)
Job II (917–939)
Eustratius (939–960)
Christopher (960–966)
Theodorus II (966–977)
Agapius (977–995)
John IV (995–1000)
Nicholas I Mysticus (901–907)
Euthymius I Syncellus (907–912)
Nicholas I Mysticus (912–925)
Stephanus II of Amasea (925–928)
Tryphon (928–931)
Theophylactus, Lecapenus (933–956)
Polyeuctus (956–970)
Basil I Skamandrenus (970–974)
Antony III Studites (974–980)
Nicholas II Chrysoberges (984–996)
Sisinnius II (996–998)
Sergius II (999–1019)
Sergios II (908–911)
Leontius I (911–929)
Athanasios I (929–937)
Nicholas (937)
Christodoulus I (937–950)
Agathon (950–964)
John VII (964–966)
Christodulus II (966–969)
Thomas II (969–978)
VACANT (978–981)
Joseph II (981–985)
Orestes (986–1006)
Benedict IV (900–03)
Leo V (903)
[Opposed by Christopher]
Sergius III (904–11)
Anastasius III (911–13)
Lando (913–14)
John X (914–28)
Leo VI (928)
Stephen VIII (929–31)
John XI (931–35)
Leo VII (936–39)
Stephen IX (939–42)
Marinus II (942–46)
Agapetus II (946–55)
John XII (955–63)
Leo VIII (963–64)
Benedict V (964)
John XIII (965–72)
Benedict VI (973–74)
Benedict VII (974–83)
[opposed by Boniface VII]
John XIV (983–84)
John XV (985–96)
Gregory V (996–99)
[Opposed by John XVI]
Sylvester II (999–1003)
1000 to 1100
Arsenius (1000–1010)
Theophilus I (1010–1020)
Georgios II (1021–1052)
Leontios (1052–1059)
Alexandros II (1059–1062)
John VI, Kodonatos (1062–1100)
Nicholas III (1000–1003)
Elias II (1003–1010)
George Lascaris (1010–1015)
Macarius the Virtuous (1015–1023)
Eleutherius (1023–1028)
Peter III (1028–1051)
John VI, Dionysus (1051–1062)
Aemilian (1062–1075)
Theodosius II (1075–1084)
Nicephorus (1084–1090)
John VII the Oxite (1090–1155)
Eustathius (1019–1025)
Alexius I Studites (1025–1043)
Michael I Cerularius (1043–1058)
Constantine III Lichoudas (1059–1063)
John VIII Xiphilinus (1064–1075)
Cosmas I (1075–1081)
Eustratius Garidas (1081–1084)
Nicholas III Grammaticus (1084–1111)
VACANT (1006–1012)
Theophilus I (1012–1020)
Nicephorus I (1020–1048)
Ioannikios (1048–?)
Sophronios II (?–1059)
Efthimios I (?–1084)
Simeon II (1084–1106)
John XVII (1003)
John XVIII (1003–09)
Sergius IV (1009–12)
Benedict VIII (1012–24)
[Opposed by Gregory]
John XIX (1024–32)
Benedict IX (1032–45) 1st time
Sylvester III (1045)
Benedict IX (1045)
Gregory VI (1045–46)
Clement II (1046–47)
Benedict IX (1047–48)
Damasus II (1048)
St. Leo IX (1049–54)
Victor II (1055–57)
Stephen X (1057–58)
Nicholas II (1058–61)
[Opposed by Benedict X]
Alexander II (1061–73)
[Opposed by Honorius II]
St. Gregory VII (1073–85)
[opposed by Guibert, “Clement III"]
Blessed Victor III (1086–87)
Blessed Urban II (1088–99)
Paschal II (1099–1118)
[Opposed by Theodoric, Aleric, and Maginulf “Sylvester IV"]
1100 to 1200
Kyrillos II (1100–?)
Theodosios II (?)
Savvas (1117–?)
Sofronios III (1137–1171)
Elias II (1171–1175)
Eleftherios (1175–1180)
Mark III (1180–1209)
John IX (1155–1159)
Euthymius (1159–1164)
Macarius II (1164–1166)
Athanasius I (1166–1180)
Theodosius III (1180–1182)
Elias III (1182–1184)
Christopher II (1184–1185)
Theodore IV, Balsamon (1185–1199)
Patriarchate exiled to Constantinople.
John IX Agapetus (1111–1134)
Leo Styppis (1134–1143)
Michael II Kurkuas (1143–1146)
Cosmas II Atticus (1146–1147)
Nicholas IV Muzalon (1147–1151)
Theodotus II (1151–1153)
Neophytus I (1153)
Constantine IV Chliarenus (1154–1156)
Luke Chrysoberges (1156–1169)
Michael III of Anchialus (1170–1177)
Chariton (1177–1178)
Theodosius I Borradiotes (1179–1183)
Basil II Carnaterus (1183–1186)
Nicetas II Muntanes (1186–1189)
Leon Theotokites (1189–1190)
Dositheus (1190–1191)
George II Xiphilinus (1191–1198)
John X Camaterus (1198–1206)
Savvas (1106–?)
John VIII (1106–1156)
Nicholas (?–1156)
John IX (1156–1166)
Nikiphoros II (1166–1170)
Leontius II (1170–1190)
Dositheos I (1191)
Mark II (1191–?)
VACANT (?–1223)
Gelasius II (1118–19)
[Opposed by Burdin “Gregory VIII"
Callistus II (1119–24)
Honorius II (1124–30)
[Opposed by Celestine II]
Innocent II (1130–43)
[Opposed by Anacletus II] and Gregory Conti “Victor IV"
Celestine II (1143–44)
Lucius II (1144–45)
Blessed Eugene III (1145–53)
Anastasius IV (1153–54)
Adrian IV (1154–59)
Alexander III (1159–81)
[Opposed by Octavius “Victor IV", Pascal III, Callistus III, and Innocent III]
Lucius III (1181–85)
Urban III (1185–87)
Gregory VIII (1187)
Clement III (1187–91)
Celestine III (1191–98)
Innocent III (1198–1216)
1200 to 1300
Nicholas I (1210–1243)
Gregory I (1243–1263)
Nicholas II (1263–1276)
Athanasius III (1276–1316)
Joachim (1199–1219)
Dorotheus (1219–1245)
Simeon II (1245–1268)
Euthymius II (1268–1269)
Theodosius IV (1269–1276)
Patriachate returns to Antioch.
Theodosius V (1276–1285)
Arsenius (1285–1293)
Dionysius (1293–1308)
Michael IV Autoreianus (1207–1213)
Theodore II Eirenicus (1213–1215)
Maximus II (1215)
Manuel I Charitopoulos (1215–1222)
Germanus II (1222–1240)
Methodius II (1240)
See vacant (1240–1244)
Manuel II (1244–1255)
Arsenius Autoreianus (1255–1259)
Nicephorus II (1260–1261)
Arsenius Autoreianus (1261–1267) 2nd time
Germanus III (1267)
Joseph I Galesiotes (1267–1275)
John XI Bekkos (1275–1282)
Gregory II Cyprus (1283–1289)
Athanasius I (1289–1293)
John XII (1294–1303)
Euthemios II (1223)
Athanasios II (1224–1236)
Sophronios III (1236–?)
Gregory I (?–1298)
Thaddeus (1298)
VACANT (1298–1313)
Honorius III (1216–27)
Gregory IX (1227–41)
Celestine IV (1241)
Innocent IV (1243–54)
Alexander IV (1254–61)
Urban IV (1261–64)
Clement IV (1265–68)
Blessed Gregory X (1271–76)
Blessed Innocent V (1276)
Adrian V (1276)
John XXI (1276–77)
Nicholas III (1277–80)
Martin IV (1281–85)
Honorius IV (1285–87)
Nicholas IV (1288–92)
St. Celestine V (1294)
Boniface VIII (1294–1303)
1300 to 1400
Gregory II (1316–1354)
Gregory III (1354–1366)
Niphon (1366–1385)
Mark IV (1385–1389)
Nicholas III (1389–1398)
Gregory IV (1398–1412)
Mark (1308–1342)
Ignatius II (1342–1386)
Patriachate transfers to Damascus.
Pachomius (1386–1393)
Nilus (1393–1401)
Athanasius I (1303–1309) 2nd time
Nephon I (1310–1314)
John XIII Glykys (1315–1320)
Gerasimus I (1320–1321)
Isaias I (1323–1334)
John XIV Kalekas (1334–1347)
Isidore I (1347–1350)
Callistus I (1350–1354)
Philotheus Kokkinos (1354–1355)
Callistus I (1355–1363) 2nd time
Philotheus Kokkinos (1364–1376) 2nd time
Macarius (1376–1379)
Nilus Kerameus (1379–1388)
Antony IV (1389–1390)
Macarius (1390–1391) 2nd time
Antony IV (1391–1397) 2nd time
Callistus II Xanothopoulos (1397)
Matthew I (1397–1410)
Athanasius III (1313–1334)
Gregory II (1332)
Lazarus (1334–1368)
Arsenios (1344)
VACANT (1368–1376)
Dorotheos I (1376–1417)
Blessed Benedict XI (1303–04)
Clement V (1305–14)
John XXII (1316–34)
[Opposed by Nicholas V]
Benedict XII (1334–42)
Clement VI (1342–52)
Innocent VI (1352–62)
Blessed Urban V (1362–70)
Gregory XI (1370–78)
Urban VI (1378–89)
[Opposed by Robert of Geneva “Clement VII"]
1400 to 1500
Nicholas IV (1412–1417)
Athanasios IV (1417–1425)
Mark V (1425–1435)
Philotheus (1435–1459)
Mark VI (1459–1484)
Grigorios V (1484–1486)
Joachim I (1487–1567)
Michael III (1401–1410)
Pachomius II (1410–1411)
Joachim II (1411–1426)
Mark III (1426–1436)
Dorotheus II (1436–1454)
Michael IV (1454–1476)
Mark IV (1476)
Joachim III (1476–1483)
Gregory III (1483–1497)
Dorotheus III (1497–1523)
Euthymius II (1410–1416)
Joseph II (1416–1439)
Metrophanes II (1440–1443)
Gregory III Mammas (1443–1450)
Athanasius II (1450–1453)
Gennadius II Scholarius (1453–1456)
Isidore II Xanthopoulos (1456–1462)
Gennadius II Scholarius (1462) 2nd time
Sophronius I Syropoulos (1463–1464)
Gennadius II Scholarius (1464) 3rd time
Joasaph I (1464–1466)
Marcus II Xylokaraves (1466)
Symeon I of Trebizond (1466)
Dionysius I (1466–1471)
Symeon I of Trebizond, (1471–1474) 2nd time
Raphael I (1475–1476)
Maximus III (1476–1481)
Symeon I of Trebizond (1481–1486) 3rd time
Nephon II (1486–1488)
Dionysius I (1489–1491)
Maximus IV (1491-1497)
Nephon II (1497–1498) 2nd time
Joachim I (1498–1502)
Theophilos II (1417–1424)
Theophanes I (1424–1431)
Joachim (1431–1450)
Theophanes II (1450–1452)
Athanasios IV (1452–1460)
Jacob II (1460)
VACANT (1460–1468)
Abraham I (1468)
Gregory III (1468–1493)
See vacant (1493–1503)
Boniface IX (1389–1404)
[Opposed by Robert of Geneva “Clement VII,” Pedro de Luna “Benedict XIII,” and Baldassare Cossa “John XXIII"
Innocent VII (1404–06)
[Opposed by Pedro de Luna “Benedict XIII”and Baldassare Cossa “John XXIII”]
Gregory XII (1406–15)
[Opposed by Pedro de Luna “Benedict XIII,” Baldassare Cossa “John XXIII,” and Pietro Philarghi “Alexander V"
Martin V (1417–31)
Eugene IV (1431–47)
[Opposed by Amadeus of Savoy “Felix V"]
Nicholas V (1447–55)
Callistus III (1455–58)
Pius II (1458–64)
Paul II (1464–71)
Sixtus IV (1471–84)
Innocent VIII (1484–92)
Alexander VI (1492–1503)
1500 to 1600
Sylvester (1569–1590)
Meletius I (1590–1601)
Michael V (1523–1541)
Dorotheus IV (1541–1543)
Joachim IV, Ibn Juma (1543–1576)
Michael VI, Sabbagh (1577–1581)
Joachim V (1581–1592)
Joachim VI (1593–1604)
Nephon II (1502) 3rd time
Pachomius I (1503–1504)
Joachim I (1504) 2nd time
Pachomius I (1504–1513) 2nd time
Theoleptus I (1513–1522)
Jeremias I (1522–1545)
Joannicus I, “intruder”(1524–1525)
Dionysius II (1546-1556)
Joasaph II (1556–1565)
Metrophanes III (1565–1572)
Jeremias II Tranos (1572–1579)
Metrophanes III (1579–1580) 2nd time
Jeremias II Tranos (1580–1584) 2nd time
Pachomius II (1584–1585)
Theoleptus II (1585–1586)
Jeremias II Tranos (1587–1595) 3rd time
Matthew II (1596)
Gabriel I (1596)
Theophanes I Karykes (1597)
Meletius I Pegas (1597–1598)locum tenens
Matthew II (1598–1602) 2nd time
Mark III (1503)
See vacant (1503–1505)
Dorotheus II (1506–1537)
Germanus (1537–1579)
Sophronius IV (1579–1608)
Pius III (1503)
Julius II (1503–13)
Leo X (1513–21)
Adrian VI (1522–23)
Clement VII (1523–34)
Paul III (1534–49)
Julius III (1550–55)
Marcellus II (1555)
Paul IV (1555–59)
Pius IV (1559–65)
St. Pius V (1566–72)
Gregory XIII (1572–85)
Sixtus V (1585–90)
Urban VII (1590)
Gregory XIV (1590–91)
Innocent IX (1591)
Clement VIII (1592–1605)
1600 to 1700
Cyril III (1601–1620)
Gerasimus I (1620–1636)
Metrophanes (1636–1639)
Nikiphoros (1639–1645)
Joannicius (1645–1657)
Paisius (1657–1677)
Parthenius I (1678–1688)
Gerasimus II (1688–1710)
Dorotheus V (1604–1611)
Athanasius II, Dabbas (1611–1619)
Ignatius III, Attiyah (1619–1634)
Euthymius III (1634–1635)
Euthymius IV (1635–1647)
Macarius III, Zaim (1647–1672)
Neophytos (1673–1682)
Athanasius III, Dabbas (1686–1694)
Cyril III, Zaim (1694–1720)
Athanasius III, Dabbas (1720–1724) 2nd time
Neophytus II (1602–1603)
Matthew II (1603) 3rd time
Raphael II (1603–1607)
Neophytus II (1607–1612) 2nd time
Cyril I Lucaris (1612) locum tenens
Timothy or Timotheus (II) (1612–1620)
Cyril I Lucaris (1620–1623) 2nd time
Gregory IV of Amasea (1623)
Anthimus II (1623)
Cyril I Lucaris (1623–1633) 3rd time
Cyril II Kontares (1633)
Cyril I Lucaris (1633–1634) 4th time
Athanasius III Patelaros (1634)
Cyril I Lucaris (1634–1635) 5th time
Cyril II Kontares (1635–1636)
Neophytus III of Nicea (1636–1637)
Cyril I Lucaris (1637–1638) 6th time
Cyril II Kontares (1638–1639) 2nd time
Parthenius I (1639–1644)
Parthenius II (1644–1646)
Joannicus II (1646–1648)
Parthenius II (1648–1651) 2nd time
Joannicus II (1651–1652) 2nd time
Cyril III (1652)
Athanasius III Patelaros (1652) 2nd time
Paisius I (1652–1653)
Joannicus II (1653–1654) 3rd time
Cyril III (1654) 2nd time
Paisius I (1654–1655) 2nd time
Joannicus II (1655–1656) 4th time
Parthenius III (1656–1657)
Gabriel II (1657)
Parthenius IV (1657–1662)
Theophanes II (1659)
See vacant (1659–1662)
Dionysius III (1662–1665)
Parthenius IV (1665–1667) 2nd time
Clement (1667)
Methodius III (1668–1671)
Parthenius IV (1671) 3rd time
Dionysius IV “the Muslim”(1671–1673)
Gerasimus II (1673–1674)
Parthenius IV (1675–1676) 4th time
Dionysius IV “the Muslims”(1676–1679) 2nd time
Athanasius IV (1679)
James (1679–1682)
Dionysius IV “The Muslim”(1682–1684) 3rd time
Parthenius IV (1684–1685) 5th time
James (1685–1686) 2nd time
Dionysius IV “The Muslim”(1686) 4th time
James (1687–1688) 4th time
Callinicus II (1688)
Neophytus IV (1688)
Callinicus II (1689–1693) 2nd time
Dionysius IV “The Muslim”(1693–1694) 5th time
Callinicus II (1694–1702) 3rd time Gabriel III (1702-1707)
Theophanes III (1608–1644)
Paisios (1645–1660)
Nectarius (1660–1669)
Dositheus II Notarius (1669–1707)
Leo XI (1605)
Paul V (1605–21)
Gregory XV (1621–23)
Urban VIII (1623–44)
Innocent X (1644–55)
Alexander VII (1655–67)
Clement IX (1667–69)
Clement X (1670–76)
Blessed Innocent XI (1676–89)
Alexander VIII (1689–91)
Innocent XII (1691–1700)
1700 to 1800
Samuel (1710–1712)
Cosmas II (1712–1714)
Samuel (1710–1723)
Cosmas II (1723–1736) 2nd time
Cosmas III (1737–1746)
Matthew (1746–1766)
Kyprianos (1766–1783)
Gerassmios III (1783–1788)
Parthenius II, Pancosta (1788–1805)
Sylvester (1724–1766)
Philemon (1766–1767)
Daniel (1767–1791)
Euthymius V (1792–1813)
Neophytus V (1707)
Cyprianus I (1707–1709)
Athanasius V (1709–1711)
Cyril IV (1711–1713)
Cyprianus I (1713–1714) 2nd time
Cosmas III (1714–1716)
Jeremias III (1716–1726)
Callinicus III (1726–1726)
Paisius II (1726–1732)
Jeremias III (1732–1733) 2nd time
Serapheim I (1733–1734)
Neophytus VI (1734–1740)
Paisius II (1740–1743) 2nd time
Neophytus VI (1743–1744) 2nd time
Paisius II (1744–1748) 3rd time
Cyril V (1748–1751)
Paisius II (1751–1752) 4th time
Cyril V (1752–1757) 2nd time
Callinicus IV (1757)
Serapheim II (1757–1761)
Joannicus III (1761–1763)
Samuel I Chatzeres (1763–1768)
Meletius II (1769)
Theodosius II (1769–1773)
Samuel I Chatzeres (1773–1774) 2nd time
Sophronius II (1774–1780)
Gabriel IV (1780–1785)
Prokopius I (1785–1789)
Neophytus VII (1789–1794)
Gerasimus III (1794–1797)
Gregory V (1797–1798)
Neophytus VII (1798–1801) 2nd time
Chrysanthus (1707–1731)
Meletius (1731–1737)
Parthenius (1737–1766)
Ephraim II (1766–1771)
Sophronios V (1771–1775)
Abraham II (1775–1787)
Procopius I (1787–1788)
Anthimus (1788–1808)
Clement XI (1700–21)
Innocent XIII (1721–24)
Benedict XIII (1724–30)
Clement XII (1730–40)
Benedict XIV (1740–58)
Clement XIII (1758–69)
Clement XIV (1769–74)
Pius VI (1775–99)
1800 to 1900
Theophilus II (1805–1825)
Hierotheus I (1825–1845)
Artemius (1845–1847)
Hierotheus II (1847–1858)
Callinicus, Kyparissis (1858–1861)
Iakovos II (1861–1865)
Nicanor (1866–1869)
Sophronius IV (1870–1899)
Seraphim (1813–1823)
Methodius (1843–1859)
Hierotheos (1850–1885)
Gerasimus (1885–1891)
Spyridon (1892–1898)
Meletius II, Doumani (1899–1906)
Callinicus V (1801–1806)
Gregory V (1806–1808) 2nd time
Callinicus IV (1808–1809) 2nd time
Jeremias IV (1809–1813)
Cyril VI (1813–1818)
Gregory V (1818–1821) 3rd time
Eugenius II (1821–1822)
Anthimus III (1822–1824)
Chrysanthus I (1824–1826)
Agathangelus I (1826–1830)
Constantius I (1830–1834)
Constantius II (1834–1835)
Gregory VI (1835–1840)
Anthimus IV (1840–1841)
Anthimus V (1841–1842)
Germanus IV (1842–1845)
Meletius III (1845)
Anthimus VI (1845–1848)
Anthimus IV (1848–1852) 2nd time
Germanus IV (1852–1853) 2nd time
Anthimus VI (1853–1855) 2nd time
Cyril VII (1855–1860)
Joachim II (1860–1863)
Sophronius III (1863–1866)
Gregory VI (1867–1871) 2nd time
Anthimus VI (1871–1873) 3rd time
Joachim II (1873–1878, 2nd time
Joachim III (1878–1884)
Joachim IV (1884–1887)
Dionysius V (1887–1891)
Neophytus VIII (1891–1894)
Anthimus VII (1895–1897)
Constantine V (1897–1901)
Polycarp I (1808–1827)
Athanasius V (1827–1845)
Cyril II (1845–1872)
Procopius II (1872–1875)
Hierotheus (1875–1882)
Nicodemus (1882–1890)
Gerasimus (1891–1897)
Damianus (1897–1931)
Pius VII (1800–23)
Leo XII (1823–29)
Pius VIII (1829–30)
Gregory XVI (1831–46)
Blessed Pius IX (1846–78)
Leo XIII (1878–1903)
1900 to 2000
Photius (1900–1925)
Meletios II, Metaxakis (1926–1935)
Nicholas V (1935–1939)
Christophoros II (1939–1967)
Nicholas VI (1968–1986)
Parthenios III (1987–1996)
Petros VII (1996–2004)
Gregory IV, Haddad (1906–1928)
Alexander III, Tahan (1928–1958)
Theodosius VI, Abourjaily (1958–1970)
Elias IV, Muawad (1970–1979)
Ignatius IV, Hazim (1979–2012)
Joachim III (1901–1912) 2nd time
Germanus V (1913–1918)
VACANT (1918–1921)
Meletius IV Metaxakis (1921–1923)
Gregory VII (1923–1924)
Constantine VI (1924–1925)
Basil III (1925–1929)
Photius II (1929–1935)
Benjamin I (1936–1946)
Maximus V (1946–1948)
Athenagoras I (1948–1972)
Demetrius I (1972–1991)
Bartholomew I (1991–?)
Timotheos (1935–1955)
VACANT (1955–1957)
Benedict (1957–1980)
Diodoros (1981–2000)
St. Pius X (1903–14)
Benedict XV (1914–22)
Pius XI (1922–39)
Pius XII (1939–58)
St. John XXIII (1958–63)
Paul VI (1963–78)
John Paul I (1978)
St. John Paul II (1978–2005)
2000 to 2100
Theodoros II (2004–present) John X, Yazigi (2012–present)   Irenaios (2001–2005)
Theofilos III (2005–?)
Benedict XVI (2005–2013)
Francis I (2013–)