Latin Archbishopric of Patras

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Seal of John I, Archbishop of Patras, 1295–1306

The Latin Archbishopric of Patras is the see of Patras in the period in which its incumbents belonged to the Latin or Western Church. This period began in 1205 with the installation in the see of a Catholic archbishop following the Fourth Crusade.

The Latin archbishop was the senior-most of the seven ecclesiastic barons of the Principality of Achaea, which comprised the entire Peloponnese. From the late 13th century, the archbishops also purchased the secular Barony of Patras from its holders, becoming the most important vassals of the entire principality.

The archbishopric survived as a Latin residential see until 1430, when the city of Patras fell to the Byzantine Greeks of the Despotate of the Morea. From 1475 on, Latin archbishops continued to be appointed, but for them the bishopric was only a titular see. It continues to be included in the Catholic Church's list of such sees, but since the Second Vatican Council no new appointments of Catholic bishops of the see have been made.

Archbishops in Patras[edit]

Name Tenure
Antelm of Cluny 1205 – after 1221
Bernard 8 October 1243 – ?
? before 1246 – after 1252
Godfrey 9 December 1253 – after 1255
J. 27 November 1263 – ?
Benedict of Alatri 2 June 1273 – ?
John I 7 October 1295 – ?
John II Colonna 8 January 1306 – ?
James 28 April 1307 – ?
Raynier 30 July 1308 – ?
William Frangipani 3 January 1317 – 1337
Roger 20 October 1337 – 1347
Nicholas da Canale 23 May 1347 – 1351
Reginald de Laura 4 January 1351 – 1357
Raymond 20 December 1357 – ?
John III Acciaioli 20 May 1360 – ?
Bongiovanni 5 April 1363 – July 1363
Bartolomeo Papazzuri 21 July 1363 – ?
Angelo I Acciaioli 12 December 1365 – ?
Paul (Latin Patriarch of Constantinople, apostolic administrator of Patras) 20 October 1367 – 1369 or 1370
John IV de Novacchio 1369 or 1370 – 1371
John V Piacentini 28 October 1371 – 27 November 1375
Paul Foscari 27 November 1375 – ca. 1384
Pietro Corner 14 September 1386 – ?
Angelo II Acciaioli ca. 1395 – ?
Stephen Zaccaria 20 April 1405 – ?
Pandolfo Malatesta 10 May 1424 – 1430

Titular Archbishops[edit]

Name Tenure
Simone Vosich 1475 – 1482
Giovanni Battista de Giudici 1484 – ?
Stefan Teglatije 5 September 1485 – 1514
Antonio Marcello 21 May 1520 – 6 September 1521
Antonio Cocco 29 May 1560 – ?
Alessandro Piccolomini 28 July 1574 – ?
Antonio Marcello 21 May 1520 – 6 September 1521
Giovanni Francesco Guidi di Bagno 3 March 1614 – 24 July 1641
Ciriaco Rocci 29. May 1628 – 25 September 1651
Girolamo Farnese 11 April 1639 – 6 May 1658
Ottaviano Carafa 1660 – 1666
Giacinto Solaro di Moretta 23 January 1668 – 1672
Fabrizio Spada 8 August 1672 – 23 March 1676
Sinibaldo Doria 18 December 1711 – 21 May 1731
Fabrizio Serbelloni 6 August 1731 – 22 July 1754
Johann Philipp von Walderdorf 16 September 1754 – 18 January 1756
Francesco Carafa della Spina di Traetto 28 January 1760 – 26 April 1773
Carlo Crivelli 11 September 1775 – 29 March 1802
Paolo Filipponi 6 April 1818 – 1819
Celestino Maria Cocle 30 September 1821 – 3 March 1857
Filippo Gallo 18 March 1858 – 1891
Giuseppe Maria Costantini 1 June 1891 – 9 January 1900
Donato Velluti Zati di San Clemente 15 April 1907 – 11 December 1927
Andrea Giacinto Longhin 4 October 1928 – 26 June 1936
Luigi Fogar 30 October 1936 – 26 August 1971

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