Yohannan I
Yohannan I bar Marta was patriarch of the Church of the East between 680 and 683.
Brief accounts of Yohannan's patriarchate are given in the Ecclesiastical Chronicle of the Jacobite writer Bar Heb...
Nicholas I Zaya
Mar Nicholas I Zaya (or Zayʿa or Eshaʿya) was the patriarch of the Chaldean Catholic Church from 1839 to 1847. He succeeded Yohannan VIII Hormizd, the last of the Mosul patriarchs who traced their de...
Yousef VII Ghanima
Mar Yousef VII Ghanima † was the patriarch of the Chaldean Catholic Church in 1947–1958.
He was born on January 29, 1881 in Mossul and was ordained a priest on May 15, 1904. In 1925 he was ordaine...
Dadisho
Mar Dadishoʿ I was Catholicos of the East from 421 AD to 456 AD. During his reign as Catholicos, in 424 AD, the Church of the East declared itself independent of all other churches, resulting in Mar ...
Shimun X Eliyah
Mar Shimun X Eliyah was the fifth Patriarch of the Chaldean Catholic Church, from c. 1600 to c. 1638.He succeeded Patriarch Shimun IX Dinkha and moved the seat of the patriarchate of Babylon of the Ch...
Shimun XI Eshuyow
Mar Shimun XI Eshuyow was the sixth Patriarch of the Chaldean Catholic Church, from 1638 to 1656.He succeeded Patriarch Shimun X Eliyah, The seat of the patriarchate of Babylon of the Chaldean Catholi...
Komitas Aghtsetsi
Komitas Aghtsetsi or Komitas I of Aghdznik (d. 628) also known as Komitas Shinogh ("builder")—an allusion to his many works of restoration and constructions. Catholicos and Supreme Patriarch of All Ar...
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Joseph V Augustine Hindi
Mar Joseph V Augustine Hindi † was the patriarchal administrator of the Chaldean Catholic Church from 1781 to 1827, since 1804 he considered himself Patriarch with the name of Joseph V and from 1812 ...
Yahballaha V
Mar Yahballaha V was the third Patriarch of the Chaldean Catholic Church, from 1572 to 1580.
Joseph I (Chaldean Patriarch)
Mar Yousip I (Joseph I, † 1707) was the first incumbent of the Josephite line of Church of the East, thus being considered the Patriarch of the Chaldean Catholic Church from 1681 to 1696.
By 1660,...
Shimun IX Dinkha
Mar Shimun IX Dinkha was the fourth Patriarch of the Chaldean Catholic Church, from 1580 to c.1600.He moved the seat of the patriarchate of Babylon of the Chaldean Catholic church from Siirt to Urmia ...
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Denha II
Denha II was patriarch of the Church of the East from 1336/7 to 1381/2. Although no history of his reign has survived, references in a number of Nestorian, Jacobite and Moslem sources provide some de...
Shimun XII Yoalaha
Mar Shimun XII Yoalaha was the seventh Patriarch of the Chaldean Catholic Church, from 1656 to 1662.He succeeded Patriarch Shimun XI Eshuyow, the seat of the patriarchate of Babylon of the Chaldean Ca...
Joseph II (Chaldean Patriarch)
Mar Joseph II Sliba Maruf (or Youssef II Sliba Bet Macruf) was the second incumbent of the Josephite line of Church of the East, a little patriarchate in Full Communion with the pope active in the are...
Shimun XIII Dinkha
Mar Shimun XIII Dinkha was Patriarch of the Chaldean Catholic Church carrying the title Patriarch of Babylon between 1662 and 1692 in communion with Rome and residing in Salmas. He was the last in th...
Joseph VI Audo
Mar Joseph VI Audo (or Audu or Oddo) (1790 – 1878), was the Patriarch of the Chaldean Catholic Church from 1847 to 1878.
Joseph VI Audo was born in Alqosh in 1790 and in 1814 he became a mon...
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Theodosius (Nestorian Patriarch)
Theodosius was Patriarch of the Church of the East between 853 and 858.
Brief accounts of the patriarchate of Theodosius are given in the Ecclesiastical Chronicle of the Jacobite writer Bar Hebrae...
Yohannan VIII Hormizd
Mar Yohannan VIII Hormizd (often referred to by European missionaries as John Hormez or Hanna Hormizd) was the last hereditary patriarch of the Eliya line of the Church of the East and the first patri...
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Yohannan the Leper
Yohannan Garba ('the Leper'), originally metropolitan of Nisibis, was anti-patriarch of the Church of the East between 691 and 693. He opposed the claims of the legitimately-elected patriarch Hnanish...
Emmanuel III Delly
Mar Emmanuel III Delly (Syriac: ܡܪܝ ܥܡܢܘܐܝܠ ܬܠܝܬܝܐ ܕܠܝ, Arabic: مار عمانوئيل الثالث دلّي‎) was the Patriarch Emeritus of Babylon of the Chaldeans and former Primate of the Chaldean Cath...
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Yousef VI Emmanuel II Thomas
Mar Yousef VI Emmanuel II Thomas † was the patriarch of the Chaldean Catholic Church 1900–1947.
He was born on August 8, 1852 in Alqosh, studied in the Ghazir Seminary in Beirut and was ordained p...
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Shimun VIII Yohannan Sulaqa
Mar Shimun VIII Yohannan Sulaqa (Classical Syriac: ܫܡܥܘܢ ܬܡܝܢܝܐ ܝܘܚܢܢ ܣܘܠܩܐ; also John Soulaqa, Sulaka or Sulacha, circa 1510–1555) was the first Patriarch of what was to become the Chaldean Catho...
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Isho Bar Nun
Ishoʿ bar Nun was Patriarch of the Church of the East from 823 to 828. He succeeded Timothy I, widely considered to be the most impressive of the Nestorian patriarchs.
Brief accounts of Ishoʿ bar...
Joseph IV (Chaldean Patriarch)
Mar Joseph IV Timotheus Lazar Hindi was the fourth incumbent of the Josephite line of Church of the East, a patriarchate in Full Communion with the pope mainly active in the areas of Amid and Mardin, ...
Eliya II
Eliya II Bar Moqli was Patriarch of the Church of the East from 1111 to 1132.
Brief accounts of Eliya's patriarchate are given in the Ecclesiastical Chronicle of the Jacobite writer Bar Hebraeus (...
Joseph III (Chaldean Patriarch)
Mar Joseph III Timothy Maroge (or Youssef III Timotheos Maraugin or Maroghin) was the third incumbent of the Josephite line of Church of the East, a patriarchate in Full Communion with the pope mainly...
Eliya Abulyonan
Mar Eliya XIV [XIII] Abulyonan † (or Abolionan) was the Patriarch of the Chaldean Catholic Church from 1878 to 1894.
Eliya Peter Abulyonan was born in 1840 in Mosul to an Assyrian family. He studi...
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