Patriarch Nilus of Constantinople

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Nilus, surnamed Kerameus, was Patriarch of Constantinople between 1380 and 1388.

He was an intellectual and struggled for the faithful maintenance of the ecclesiastical rules. He mediated between John V and his son Andronikos IV Palaiologos.

He wrote many works and during his Patriarchy published many synodical acts.

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Orthodox Church titles
Preceded by
Macarius
Patriarch of Constantinople
1380 – 1388
Succeeded by
Antony IV