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An exarchate is any territorial jurisdiction (secular or ecclesiastical) whose ruler is described as an exarch.

Administration of the secular Byzantine Empire[edit]

Ecclesiastical administration[edit]


Apostolic exarchates in the Eastern Catholic churches[edit]

Maronite Catholic Patriarchal exarchates[edit]

Melkite Greek Catholic Patriarchal exarchates[edit]

Ukrainian Catholic Archiepiscopal exarchates[edit]

Eastern Orthodoxy[edit]

Exarchates of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople[edit]

Exarchates of the Orthodox Church in America[edit]

Exarchates of the Russian Orthodox Church[edit]

See also[edit]