Pope John X of Alexandria
John X of Alexandria
|Pope of Alexandria & Patriarch of the See of St. Mark|
|Papacy began||7 May 1363|
|Papacy ended||13 July 1369|
13 July 1369|
|Buried||The Hanging Church|
|Denomination||Coptic Orthodox Christian|
|Residence||Saint Mercurius Church in Coptic Cairo|
Pope John X of Alexandria (Abba Yoannis X), 85th Pope of Alexandria & Patriarch of the See of St. Mark.
He was known by El-Mo'ataman the Syrian, and he was from Damascus, Syria. He was a righteous and knowledgeable man. He was enthroned on the 12th of Pashons in the Coptic calendar (May 7, 1363 AD). He remained on the throne for six years, two months, and seven days. He was buried at Saint Mercurius Church in Coptic Cairo beside Simon the Tanner.
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- The Official website of the Coptic Orthodox Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of All Africa on the Holy See of Saint Mark the Apostle
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