Filip Sokolović

Filip I (Filip Sokolović) was the Serbian patriarch from 1591 to 1592.[1]He succeeded Patriarch Jerotej Sokolović on the throne of the Peć Patriarchate on 15 July 1591.[2] At the time when he was the patriarch, the situation for the Serbian Orthodox Church was very critical.[3] Filip died in 1592 and Patriarch Jovan Kantul became his heir.

Patriarch Filip is mentioned in an inscription on Symeon the Metaphrast, which was transcribed in the Ozren Monastery in the temple of the Holy Father Nicholas by Hierodeacon Timotije.

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LiteratureEdit

"Filip Sokolović", Folk encyclopedia, Zagreb: Bibliographic Institute, 1927

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Bataković, Dušan (2005). Histoire du peuple serbe. ISBN 9782825119587.
  2. ^ Bataković, Dušan (2005). Histoire du peuple serbe. ISBN 9782825119587.
  3. ^ MacKenzie, David (1996). Violent Solutions: Revolutions, Nationalism, and Secret Societies in Europe to 1918. ISBN 9780761803997.