List of Metropolitans of Montenegro
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- Eparchy of Zeta
- Ilarion Šišojević (1220–1242)
- German (1242–?)
- Neofit (1250–1270)
- Jevstatije (1270–1278)
- Mihailo I (?–?)
- Andrija (?–?)
- Jovan (1293–1305)
- Mihailo II (1305–1319)
- Metropolitanate of Zeta
- Jevtimije (1405)
- Arsenije (1405–1417)
- David (1424)
- Teodosije (before 1446)
- Josif (1453)
- Visarion I (1482–1485)
- Eparchy of Cetinje
- Pahomije I (1491)
- Vavila (1493–1520, who was, according to Petar I, installed by Đurađ V Crnojević after he had left Montenegro)
- German II (1520–1530)
- Pavle (1530-1532)
- Vasilije I (attended Ohrid gathering- 1532–1540)
- Nikodim (1540)
- Romil (1540–1559)
- Makarije (1560–1561)
- Ruvim I Veljekrajski (1561–1569)
- Pahomije II Komanin (1569–1579)
- Gerasim (1575–1582)
- Venijamin (1582–1591)
- Nikanor (1591–1593)
- Stevan (1591–1593) (Jointly with Nikanor)
- Rufim II Njeguš (1593–1636)
- Mardarije Kornečanin (1637–1659)
- Rufim Boljević (1673–1685)
- Vasilije Veljekrajski (1685)
- Visarion Borilović-Bajica (1685–1692)
- Sava(tije) I Kaluđeričić from the Očinići (1694–1696)
- Hereditary Metropolitans (Prince-Bishops) from the House of Petrović-Njegoš
|1696–1735||Founder of the House of Petrović-Njegoš.|
|1735–1782||Co-ruled with Vasilije III from 1750 until 1766.|
|1750–1766||Co-ruled with Sava II.|
|1784–1830||Canonized by the Serbian Orthodox Church as St. Petar of Cetinje.|
|1851 (Designated)||Did not take ecclesiastical office.
Became the first secular Prince of Montenegro in 1852.
- Archbishopric of Cetinje / Metropolitanate of Montenegro and the Littoral
|1858–1860||The first Vladika after centuries to only serve religious function.
Banished to the Russian Empire by Prince Nikola; died in 1894.
|1920–1938||First Metropolitan under the reunified Serbian Orthodox Church.
Served as the 41st Serbian Patriarch from 1938 to 1950.
|1940–1945||Executed by the Partisans at the end of World War II.
Canonized as a saint by the Serbian Orthodox Church.
|1947–1961||Imprisoned by the Yugoslav authorities from 1954 to 1960.|
|1961–1990||Retired at his own request; died in 1993.|