List of the Syrian Orthodox Patriarchs of Antioch

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Martin Tamcke's (2009) list includes the patriarchs of the Syrian Orthodox Church of Antioch .

For the patriarchs before the schism see List of Patriarchs of Antioch , for the Patriarchs of the Greek Orthodox Church of Antioch after the schism see List of Greek Orthodox Patriarchs of Antioch .

See also Patriarchate of Antioch .

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Individual evidence

  1. Martin Tamcke: The Christians from Tur Abdin: Introduction to the Syrian Orthodox Church. Lembeck, Frankfurt a. M. 2009, ISBN 978-3-87476-580-0 , p. 214. "... 1252–1263 Johannes XII. Bar 1659–1662 Madani 1264–1282 Ignatius IV. Yeshu 1662–1686 1283–1292 Philoxenus I. Nemrud ... 1847–1871 1493–1509 Ignatius Nuh from 1872–1894 Lebanon 1509–1512 Ignatius Jeschu I 1895–1905 1512–1517 Ignatius ... "
  2. ^ Missionary Journal and Memoir, p. 263 Joseph Wolff - 1828 "The Syrian patriarchs take the title of Patriarchs of Antioch; and all of them beside their own name take the name of Ignatius, from Ignatius the Enlightened, the third patriarch of Antioch."
  3. ^ Adrian Fortescue: The Lesser Eastern Churches. Gorgias Press, Piscataway, NJ 2001, ISBN 0-9715986-2-2 , p. 338. "The first Patriarch to change his name for Ignatius was Ignatius III (formerly Joshua, 1264-1282)."