List of 18th-century religious leaders

This is a list of the top-level leaders for religious groups with at least 50,000 adherents, and that led anytime from January 1, 1701, to December 31, 1800. It should likewise only name leaders listed on other articles and lists.

Lists of religious leaders by century:
See also:

BuddhismEdit

  • Tibetan Buddhism, Mongolia –
  • Zanabazar Öndur gegeen Luvsadambiyjaltsan, (1635–1723)
  • Luvsandambiydonmi, (1724–1757)
  • Ishdambiynyam, (1758–1773)
  • Luvsantüvdenvanchug, (1775–1813)

ChristianityEdit

CatholicismEdit

Eastern OrthodoxyEdit

  • Callinicus II, Ecumenical Patriarch (1688, 1689–1693, 1694–1702)
  • Gabriel III, Ecumenical Patriarch (1702–1707)
  • Neophytus V, Ecumenical Patriarch (1707)
  • Cyprianus I, Ecumenical Patriarch (1707–1709)
  • Athanasius V, Ecumenical Patriarch (1709–1711)
  • Cyril IV, Ecumenical Patriarch (1711–1713)
  • Cyprianus I, Ecumenical Patriarch (1713–1714), restored
  • Cosmas III, Ecumenical Patriarch (1714–1716)
  • Jeremias III, Ecumenical Patriarch (1716–1726)
  • Callinicus III, Ecumenical Patriarch (1726), sometimes not counted among the patriarchs
  • Paisius II, Ecumenical Patriarch (1726–1732)
  • Jeremias III, Ecumenical Patriarch (1732–1733), restored
  • Serapheim I, Ecumenical Patriarch (1733–1734)
  • Neophytus VI, Ecumenical Patriarch (1734–1740)
  • Paisius II, Ecumenical Patriarch (1740–1743), restored 1st time
  • Neophytus VI, Ecumenical Patriarch (1743–1744), restored
  • Paisius II, Ecumenical Patriarch (1744–1748), restored 2nd time
  • Cyril V, Ecumenical Patriarch (1748–1751)
  • Paisius II, Ecumenical Patriarch (1751–1752), restored 2nd time
  • Cyril V, Ecumenical Patriarch (1752–1757), restored 1st time
  • Callinicus IV, Ecumenical Patriarch (1757)
  • Serapheim II, Ecumenical Patriarch (1757–1761)
  • Joannicius III, Ecumenical Patriarch (1761–1763)
  • Samuel I Chatzeres, Ecumenical Patriarch (1763–1768)
  • Meletius II, Ecumenical Patriarch (1769–1769)
  • Theodosius II, Ecumenical Patriarch (1769–1773)
  • Samuel I Chatzeres, Ecumenical Patriarch (1773–1774), restored
  • Sophronius II, Ecumenical Patriarch (1774–1780)
  • Gabriel IV, Ecumenical Patriarch (1780–1785)
  • Procopius I, Ecumenical Patriarch (1785–1789)
  • Neophytus VII, Ecumenical Patriarch (1789–1794, 1798–1801)
  • Gerasimus III, Ecumenical Patriarch (1794–1797)
  • Gregory V, Ecumenical Patriarch (1797–1798, 1806–1808, 1818–1821)
  • Trifily of Krutitsy, Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia (1700–1701)
  • Stefan of Ryazan, Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia (1701–1722)
  • ?, Head of Synod (1721–0)
  • Iosif, Metropolitan of Moscow (1742–1745)
  • Platon I, Metropolitan of Moscow (1745–1754)
  • Ilarion of Krutitsy, Metropolitan of Moscow (1754–1757)
  • Timofey, Metropolitan of Moscow (1757–1767)
  • Amvrosy, Metropolitan of Moscow (1768–1771)
  • Samuil of Krutitsy, Metropolitan of Moscow (1771–1775)
  • Platon II, Metropolitan of Moscow (1775–1811)
  • Nikodim, Metropolitan of St. Petersburg (1742–1745)
  • Feodosy, Metropolitan of St. Petersburg (1745–1750)
  • Silvestr, Metropolitan of St. Petersburg (1750–1761)
  • Veniamin, Metropolitan of St. Petersburg (1761–1762)
  • Gavriil I, Metropolitan of St. Petersburg (1762–1770)
  • Gavriil II, Metropolitan of St. Petersburg (1770–1799)
  • Amvrosy, Metropolitan of St. Petersburg (1799–1818)
  • Evdemoz II, Catholicos-Patriarch of Iberia (1700–1703)
  • Domenti III, Catholicos-Patriarch of Iberia (1704–1725)
  • Besarion, Catholicos-Patriarch of Iberia (1725–1737)
  • Kirile, Catholicos-Patriarch of Iberia (1737–1739)
  • Domenti III, Catholicos-Patriarch of Iberia (1739–1741)
  • Nikoloz VII, Catholicos-Patriarch of Iberia (1742–1744)
  • Anton I, Catholicos-Patriarch of Iberia (1744–1755)
  • Ioseb, Catholicos-Patriarch of Iberia (1755–1764)
  • Anton I, Catholicos-Patriarch of Iberia (1764–1788)
  • Anton II, Catholicos-Patriarch of Iberia (1788–1811)
  • Germanos II, Archbishop of Nea Justiniana and All Cypru (1694–1705)
  • Athanasios II, Archbishop of Nea Justiniana and All Cypru (1705–1710)
  • Iakovos II, Archbishop of Nea Justiniana and All Cypru (1707–1718)
  • ?, Archbishop of Nea Justiniana and All Cypru (0–1710)
  • Silvestros, Archbishop of Nea Justiniana and All Cypru (1718–1734)
  • Philotheos, Archbishop of Nea Justiniana and All Cypru (1734–1745)
  • Neophytos III, Archbishop of Nea Justiniana and All Cypru (1745–1745)
  • Philotheos, Archbishop of Nea Justiniana and All Cypru (1745–1759)
  • Paisios, Archbishop of Nea Justiniana and All Cypru (1759–1761)
  • Kyprianos, Archbishop of Nea Justiniana and All Cypru (1761–1762)
  • Paisios, Archbishop of Nea Justiniana and All Cypru (1762–1767)
  • Chrysanthos, Archbishop of Nea Justiniana and All Cypru (1767–1783)
  • Ioannikios, Archbishop of Nea Justiniana and All Cypru (1783–1784)
  • Chrysanthos, Archbishop of Nea Justiniana and All Cypru (1784–1810)
  • Kosmas, Metropolitan of Durrë (1694–1702)
  • Nikodimos, Metropolitan of Durrë (1702–0)
  • Nikitas, Metropolitan of Durrë (1740–1749)
  • Anthimos I, Metropolitan of Durrë (1749–1760)
  • Neophytos, Metropolitan of Durrë (1760–1761)
  • Meletios, Metropolitan of Durrë (1761–1767)
  • Grigorios II, Metropolitan of Durrës and Gora (1767–1772)
  • Konstantios, Metropolitan of Durrës and Gora (1772–1783)
  • Efthymios, Metropolitan of Durrës and Gora (1783–1805)
  • Sava II, Metropolitan (vladika) (1766–1781)
  • Arsenije II Plamenac, Metropolitan (vladika) (1781–1782)
  • Petar I, Metropolitan (vladika) (1782–1830)
  • ?, Metropolitan (vladika) (1784–0)
  • Varlaam I, Metropolitan of Kiev (1690–1707)
  • Ioasaf I, Metropolitan of Kiev (1708–1718)
  • vacant, Metropolitan of Kiev (1718–1722)
  • Varlaam II, Metropolitan of Kiev (1722–1730)
  • Raphail, Metropolitan of Kiev (1731–1747)
  • Timothei, Metropolitan of Kiev (1748–1757)
  • Arseniy I, Metropolitan of Kiev (1757–1770)
  • Gavriil I, Metropolitan of Kiev (1770–1783)
  • Samuil, Metropolitan of Kiev (1783–1796)
  • Ierofei, Metropolitan of Kiev (1796–1799)
  • Gavriil II, Metropolitan of Kiev (1799–1803)

Oriental OrthodoxyEdit

  • Nahapet I, Catholicose of All Armenian (1691–1705)
  • Alek'sandr I, Catholicose of All Armenian (1706–1714)
  • Astuatsatur I, Catholicose of All Armenian (1715–1725)
  • Karapet II, Catholicose of All Armenian (1726–1729)
  • Abraham II, Catholicose of All Armenian (1730–1734)
  • Abraham III, Catholicose of All Armenian (1734–1737)
  • Lazar I, Catholicose of All Armenian (1737–1751)
  • Minas I, Catholicose of All Armenian (1751–1753)
  • Alek'sandr II, Catholicose of All Armenian (1753–1755)
  • Sahak V, Catholicose of All Armenian (1755–0)
  • vacant, Catholicose of All Armenian (1755–1759)
  • Yakob V, Catholicose of All Armenian (1759–1763)
  • Simeon, Catholicose of All Armenian (1763–1780)
  • Lukas, Catholicose of All Armenian (1780–1799)
  • Hovsep' Arlut'ean, Catholicose of All Armenian (1800–1801)
  • Matevos I, Catholicose of Cilicia (1694–1705)
  • Hovhannes V, Catholicose of Cilicia (1705–1721)
  • Krikor III, Catholicose of Cilicia (1721–1729)
  • Hovhannes VI, Catholicose of Cilicia (1729–1731)
  • Ghougas I, Catholicose of Cilicia (1731–1737)
  • Mikael I, Catholicose of Cilicia (1737–1758)
  • Gabriel I, Catholicose of Cilicia (1758–1770)
  • Yeprem I, Catholicose of Cilicia (1771–1784)
  • Teotoros I, Catholicose of Cilicia (1784–1796)
  • Giragos I, Catholicose of Cilicia (1797–1822)
  • John XVI, Pope and Patriarch (1676–1718)
  • Peter VI, Pope and Patriarch (1718–1726)
  • John XVII, Pope and Patriarch (1727–1745)
  • Mark VII, Pope and Patriarch (1745–1769)
  • John XVIII, Pope and Patriarch (1769–1796)
  • Mark VIII, Pope and Patriarch (1797–1810)

ProtestantismEdit

LutheranEdit

AnglicanismEdit

  • William III, co-Supreme Governor (1689–1694), Supreme Governor (1694–1702)
  • Anne, Supreme Governor (1702–1714)
  • George I, Supreme Governor (1714–1727)
  • George II, Supreme Governor (1727–1760)
  • George III, Supreme Governor (1760–1820)

Other Christian or Christian-derived faithsEdit

IslamEdit

SunniEdit

ShiaEdit

Judaism and relatedEdit

  • Ottoman Empire –

OtherEdit

JainismEdit

  • Bhiksu, Leader (Acarya) (1760–1803)

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit