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Several Meanwhile , the Balkan countries of Bulgaria and Serbia patriarchs of
this late period — e.8 . , Arsenius ... the ( patriarch 1255–59 , 1261-65 ) ,
Athanasius I ( patriarch Mongols sacked Kiev ( 1240 ) , and Russia became a
part 1289–93 ...
It occurred in 1589 when the patriarch of Constantinople , Jeremias II , was on a
fund - raising tour of Russia . He could not resist the pressure of his hosts and
established the metropolitan Job as “ patriarch of Moscow and all Russia .
( A patriarchate comprises all dioceses of a particular rite in a certain territory and
is presided over by a patriarch . ) Since the time of the Catholic Melkite patriarch
Cyril VI ( 1724—59 ) , there has been an uninterrupted line of Catholic Melkite ...
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