Armenian Catholic Archeparchy of Baghdad
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It was established on 29 June 1954, on territory split off from the (now titular) Armenian Catholic Archeparchy of Mardin (which simultaneously lost territory to establish the Eparchy of Kameshli (Al-Qamishli, in Syria), and was itself suppressed in 1972), whose Eparch was transferred to the Baghdad daughter see.
- Non-Metropolitan Archeparchs (Archbishops) of Baghdad of the Armenians.
- Nersès Tayroyan (1954.06.29 – 1972.10.01), previously Archbishop of mother archeparchy Mardin of the Armenians (1940.05.03 – 1954.06.29), emeritate as Titular Archbishop of Melitene of the Armenians (1972.10.01 – death 1986.08.04)
- Hovhannes Kasparian, I.C.P.B. (1972.12.06 – 1982.08.05), later Patriarch of Cilicia of the Armenians (Lebanon) ([1982.08.05] 1982.08.07 – 1999.09.08), President of Synod of the Armenian Catholic Church (1982.08.07 – 1999.09.08)
- Paul Coussa (1983.06.27 – retired 2001.10.13), previously Titular Archbishop of Colonia in Armenia of the Armenians (1969.08.26 – 1983.06.27) & Patriarchal Exarch of Syria of the Armenians (Syria) (1969.08.26 – 1983.06.27)
- Apostolic Administrator Andon Atamian (2001 – 2006)
- Emmanuel Dabbaghian, I.C.P.B. (2007.01.26 – 2017)