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Pope Timothy III (IV) of Alexandria

Timothy III of Alexandria
32nd Pope of Alexandria & Patriarch of the See of St. Mark
Papacy began 518
Papacy ended 20 February 536
Predecessor Dioscorus II
Successor Theodosius I
Personal details
Born Egypt
Died 20 February 536
Buried Saint Mark's Church
Nationality Egyptian
Denomination Coptic Orthodox Christian
Residence Saint Mark's Church
Feast day 20 February (13 Amshir in the Coptic Calendar)

Pope Timothy III (IV) of Alexandria, 32nd Pope of Alexandria & Patriarch of the See of St. Mark.

He is counted as Timothy IV by the Eastern Orthodox Church, which acknowledges Timothy Salophakiolos as Timothy III, but as Timothy III by the Copts who reject Salophakiolos.


Preceded by
Dioscorus II
Coptic Pope
Succeeded by
Theodosius I
Patriarch of Alexandria
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