Kallinikos II of Constantinople
Author(s) : Moustakas Konstantinos (18/11/2002)Translation : Velentzas Georgios
For citation: Moustakas Konstantinos, "Kallinikos II of Constantinople",Encyclopaedia of the Hellenic World, Asia MinorURL: <http://www.ehw.gr/l.aspx?id=8558>
A hierarch born in Agrafa. He had served as the metropolitan of Prousa before he first ascended the ecumenical throne in 1688. He served three times as patriarch (1688, 1689-1693, 1693-1702) and remained in the patriarchal throne until his death (1702). Kallinikos was a highly educated prelate, widely accepted and long supported by the prelates and the powerful secular notables of the Greek Orthodox community.
Date and Place of Death
August 8, 1702, Constantinople (Istanbul)
Date and Place of Birth
Before or around the mid-17th century, Kastanea of Agrafa
“The Akarnanian” (Ακαρνάν)
1. Life and Career
2. Work and Evaluation
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