Dionysius II of Antioch
|Syriac Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch and All the East|
|Church||Syriac Orthodox Church|
|Successor||John V Qurzahli|
18 April 909|
Monastery of Beth Batin
Prior to becoming patriarch Dionysius was a monk and studied at the Monastery of Beth Batin. Soon after his consecration in April 896, Dionysius held a synod at the Monastery of Mar Shila, which was attended by thirty-five bishops. During the synod he issued twenty-five canons.
During his tenure as patriarch, Dionysius ordained forty-nine metropolitans and bishops before his death at the Monastery of Beth Batin in 909.
- Venance Grumel (1958). Traité d'études byzantines, Chronologie. Paris 1958, p. 449. Presses universitaires de France
- "Dionysius II". Retrieved 2014-07-04.
| Syrian Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch
John V Qurzahli