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Patriarch Gerasimus I of Constantinople

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Patriarch Gerasimus I of Constantinople

Gerasimos I was the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople from 1320 to 1321.

He was born in Philadelphia and became abbot of the prestigious Mangana Monastery in Constantinople. He was elected as patriarch at an advanced age, and died on 19 April 1321.

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Patriarch of Constantinople
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