Alypius of byzantium

Alypius or Olympius (died 169) (Greek: Αλύπιος or Ολύμπιος) was the bishop of Byzantium during the second half of the 2nd century AD. The date when he became the bishop of Byzantium is not known for certain, but is most likely somewhere between 166 and 197. Additionally, the length of his term is not known, but it is believed to be three years (166–169).

He succeeded Bishop Laurence and his successor was Pertinax.

Sources

  • www.ec-patr.org
Orthodox Church titles
Preceded by
Laurence
Bishop of Byzantium
166–169
Succeeded by
Pertinax
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