Pope John of Alexandria


Pope John of Alexandria

John has been the papal name of several Coptic Popes.

* Patriarch John II (I) of Alexandria (496–505)
* Patriarch John III (II) of Alexandria (505–516)
* Pope John III of Alexandria (677–688)
* Pope John IV of Alexandria (776–799)
* Pope John V of Alexandria (1147–1166)
* Pope John VI of Alexandria (1189–1216)
* Pope John VII of Alexandria (1261–1268, 1271–1293)
* Pope John VIII of Alexandria (1300–1320)
* Pope John IX of Alexandria (1320–1327)
* Pope John X of Alexandria (1363–1369)
* Pope John XI of Alexandria (1427–1452)
* Pope John XII of Alexandria (1480–1483)
* Pope John XIII of Alexandria (1483–1524)
* Pope John XIV of Alexandria (1573–1589)
* Pope John XV of Alexandria (1621–1631)
* Pope John XVI of Alexandria (1676–1718)
* Pope John XVII of Alexandria (1727–1745)
* Pope John XVIII of Alexandria (1769–1796)
* Pope John XIX of Alexandria (1928–1942)

See also

* List of Coptic Popes


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