Ioakeim Martianos

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Ioakeim Martianos (Ιωακείμ Μαρτινιανός, 1875–1955) was a Greek Orthodox bishop and author.

Martianos was born in Moscopole, modern southern Albania, where he acquired ground level studies. He attended the Phanar Greek Orthodox College and then the Halki seminary in Constantinople (modern Istanbul).[1] Martianos was positioned at the following bishoprics:[2]

Martianos also composed a voluminous treatise about his native town Moscopole.[3] This work has been described by various scholars as one of the best analysis of the town's mid 18th century destruction,[4] although it concentrates on the Greek features of the town.[5]


  1. ^ "Διατελέσανται Μητροπολήται". Ιερά Μητρόπολις Παραμυθιάς, Φιλιατών, Γηρομερίου και Πάργας. Retrieved 12 December 2011. 
  2. ^ Σύντομη Ιστροική Αναδρομή. Ιερά Μητρόπολη Πολυάνης και Κιλκισίου.
  3. ^ Sakellariou M. V.. Epirus, 4000 years of Greek history and civilization. Ekdotikē Athēnōn, 1997. ISBN 978-960-213-371-2, p. 408
  4. ^ Études balkaniques. Volume 33. Institut za balkanistika (Bŭlgarska akademii͡a͡ na naukite). 1997, p. 80.
  5. ^ Winnifrith Tom. The Vlachs: the history of a Balkan people, Volume 1987,Part 2, Duckworth, 1987. ISBN 978-0-7156-2135-6, p. 130.