List of 17th-century religious leaders

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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, 1601, to December 31, 1700. It should likewise only name leaders listed on other articles and lists.

Buddhism

  • Tibetan Buddhism, Mongolia –
  • Zanabazar Öndur gegeen Luvsadambiyjaltsan, (1635–1723)

Christianity

Catholicism

Eastern Orthodoxy

  • Matthew II, Ecumenical Patriarch (1596, 1598–1602, 1603)
  • Neophytus II, Ecumenical Patriarch (1602–1603)
  • Raphael II, Ecumenical Patriarch (1603–1607)
  • Neophytus II, Ecumenical Patriarch (1607–1612), restored
  • Cyril I Lucaris, acting Ecumenical Patriarch (1612)
  • Timothy II, Ecumenical Patriarch (1612–1620)
  • Cyril I Lucaris, Ecumenical Patriarch (1620–1623), restored 1st time
  • Gregory IV, Ecumenical Patriarch (1623)
  • Anthimus II, Ecumenical Patriarch (1623)
  • Cyril I Lucaris, Ecumenical Patriarch (1623–1633), restored 2nd time
  • Cyril II Kontares, Ecumenical Patriarch (1633)
  • Cyril I Lucaris, Ecumenical Patriarch (1633–1634), restored 3rd time
  • Athanasius III Patelaros, Ecumenical Patriarch (1634)
  • Cyril I Lucaris, Ecumenical Patriarch (1634–1635), restored 4th time
  • Cyril II Kontares, Ecumenical Patriarch (1635–1636), restored 1st time
  • Neophytus III of Nicea, Ecumenical Patriarch (1636–1637)
  • Cyril I Lucaris, Ecumenical Patriarch (1637–1638) restored 5th time
  • Cyril II Kontares, Ecumenical Patriarch (1638–1639), restored 2nd time
  • Parthenius I, Ecumenical Patriarch (1639–1644)
  • Parthenius II, Ecumenical Patriarch (1644–1646)
  • Joannicius II, Ecumenical Patriarch (1646–1648)
  • Parthenius II, Ecumenical Patriarch (1648–1651), restored
  • Joannicius II, Ecumenical Patriarch (1651–1652), restored 1st time
  • Cyril III, Ecumenical Patriarch (1652–1652)
  • Athanasius III, Ecumenical Patriarch (1652), restored
  • Paisius I, Ecumenical Patriarch (1652–1653)
  • Joannicius II, Ecumenical Patriarch (1653–1654), restored 2nd time
  • Cyril III, Ecumenical Patriarch (1654), restored
  • Joannicius II, Ecumenical Patriarch (1655–1656), restored 3rd time
  • Parthenius III, Ecumenical Patriarch (1656–1657)
  • Gabriel II, Ecumenical Patriarch (1657)
  • Parthenius IV, Ecumenical Patriarch (1657–1659)
  • Theophanes II, Ecumenical Patriarch (1659)
  • vacant, Ecumenical Patriarch (1659–1662)
  • Dionysius III, Ecumenical Patriarch (1662–1665)
  • Parthenius IV, Ecumenical Patriarch (1665–1667), restored 1st time
  • Clement, Ecumenical Patriarch (1667)
  • Methodius III, Ecumenical Patriarch (1668–1671)
  • Parthenius IV, Ecumenical Patriarch (1671), restored 2nd time
  • Dionysius IV Muselimes, Ecumenical Patriarch (the Muslim), Ecumenical Patriarch (1671–1673)
  • Gerasimus II, Ecumenical Patriarch (1673–1674)
  • Parthenius IV, Ecumenical Patriarch (1675–1676) restored 3rd time
  • Dionysius IV Muselimes (the Muslim), Ecumenical Patriarch (1676–1679), restored 1st time
  • Athanasius IV, Ecumenical Patriarch (1679)
  • James, Ecumenical Patriarch (1679–1682)
  • Dionysius IV Muselimes (the Muslim), Ecumenical Patriarch (1682–1684), restored 2nd time
  • Parthenius IV, Ecumenical Patriarch (1684–1685) restored 4th time
  • James, Ecumenical Patriarch (1685–1686), restored 1st time
  • Dionysius IV Muselimes (the Muslim), Ecumenical Patriarch (1686–1687), restored 3rd time
  • James, Ecumenical Patriarch (1687–1688), restored 2nd time
  • Callinicus II, Ecumenical Patriarch (1688, 1689–1693, 1694–1702)
  • Neophytus IV, Ecumenical Patriarch (1688)
  • Dionysius IV Muselimes (the Muslim), Ecumenical Patriarch (1693–1694), restored 4th time
  • Theodosios, Metropolitan of Hungaro-Walachia (1679–1708)
  • Ioan VII, Catholicos-Patriarch of Iberia (1696–1700)
  • Evdemoz II, Catholicos-Patriarch of Iberia (1700–1703)
  • Germanos II, Archbishop of Nea Justiniana and All Cypru (1694–1705)
  • Kosmas, Metropolitan of Durrë (1694–1702)
  • Varlaam I, Metropolitan of Kiev (1690–1707)
  • Raphail, Archbishop of Ohrid (1699–1702)

Oriental Orthodoxy

  • Nahapet I, Catholicose of All Armenian (1691–1705)
  • Eremia II, Catholicose of Aluank' (1676–1701)
  • Matevos I, Catholicose of Cilicia (1694–1705)
  • Gabriel VIII, Pope and Patriarch (1587–1603)
  • vacant (1603–1610)
  • Mark V, Pope and Patriarch (1610–1621)
  • John XV, Pope and Patriarch (1621–1631)
  • Matthew III, Pope and Patriarch (1631–1645)
  • Mark VI, Pope and Patriarch (1645–1660)
  • Matthew IV, Pope and Patriarch (1660–1676)
  • John XVI, Pope and Patriarch (1676–1718)
  • Markos, Metropolitan of Ethiopia (1694–1716)

Protestantism

Lutheran

Anglican

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  • Formal leadership -

Other Christian or Christian-derived faiths

Islam

  • Ottoman Caliphate -
  • Mehmed (Muhammed) III, Caliph of the Ottoman Empire (1595–1603)
  • Ahmed I, Caliph of the Ottoman Empire (1603–1617)
  • Mustafa I, Caliph of the Ottoman Empire (1617–1618, 1622–1623)
  • Osman II, Caliph of the Ottoman Empire (1618–1622)
  • Murad IV, Caliph of the Ottoman Empire (1623–1640)
  • Ibrahim I, Caliph of the Ottoman Empire (1640–1648)
  • Mehmed (Muhammed) IV, Caliph of the Ottoman Empire (1648–1687)
  • Suleiman II, Caliph of the Ottoman Empire (1687–1691)
  • Ahmed II, Caliph of the Ottoman Empire (1691–1695)
  • Mustafa II, Caliph of the Ottoman Empire (1695–1703)

Judaism and related

  • Western Europe –
  • Ottoman Empire –

See also

External links

  • http://www.rulers.org/relig.html
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