Latin Patriarch of Alexandria
This is a list of the Latin Patriarchs of Alexandria established in 1215 during the pontificate of Pope Innocent III. Unlike the Latin Patriarchs of the other Eastern Sees (Antioch, Constantinople, and Jerusalem), the office was always purely titular, as Alexandria and Egypt were never controlled by western Christians. His patriarchal seat in Rome was the Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls. The titular office was abolished in 1964.
Latin Patriarchs of Alexandria
- Athanasius (c. 1219–?)
- Giles (c. 1310–?), also Patriarch of Grado
- Humbert II, Dauphin of Vienne
- John, Infante of Aragon; also Archbishop of Toledo
- Arnaldo Bernardi (c. 1360s)
- Simon of Cramaud (1391–1422?)
- Johannes Walteri von Sinten (1392–1397), Roman obedience
- Giovanni Vitelleschi (c. 1430s)
- Cristoforo Guidalotti Ciocchi del Monte (1550–51)
- Alessandro Riario (1570–1585)
- Enrico Caetani (1585–1599)
- vacant (1599–1602)
- Séraphin Olivier-Razali (1602–1609)
- Federico Borromeo, Jr. (1654–1671)
- Allesandro Cescenzi (1671–1688?)
- Augustus Foscolo (1847–1860), Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem from 1830 to 1847.
- Paolo Angelo Ballerini (1867–1897), Archbishop of Milan from 1859 to 1867.
- Domenico Marinangeli (1898–1921)
- Paolo de Huyn (1921–1946)
- vacant (1946–1950)
- Luca Ermenegildo Pasetto (1950–1954)
- vacant (1954–1964)
This see was officially abolished in 1964.
- The Diocese of Grenoble in the Fourteenth Century, C. R. Cheney, Speculum, Vol. 10, No. 2 (Apr., 1935), 165.
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