Paul II of Constantinople

Paul II (? – December 653) was the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople from 641 to 653. He assumed regency for Byzantine emperor Constans II after a succession crisis in 641. Stephanos of Clypea (now Kelibia, in Tynisia) appears to have served as secretary/scribe of Patriarch Paulus II of Constantinople (641-653 AD) against the Monothelites, in 646 AD[1] [Steph. Antonii Morcelli, Africa Christiana, vol. 1, 1136: Clypiensis, LDCCCXVI, p. 144]. He was succeeded by Peter of Constantinople.[2]

Paul II of Constantinople
Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople
Installed642
Term ended653
Personal details
DenominationChalcedonian Christianity

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Morcelli, Steph. Antoni. Africa Christiana Vol. 1.
  2. ^ "Ecumenical Patriarchate".
Titles of Chalcedonian Christianity
Preceded by
Patriarch of Constantinople
642–653
Succeeded by