Patriarch anthimus i of constantinople

Anthimus I was a Miaphysite patriarch of Constantinople from 535–536. He was the bishop or archbishop of Trebizond before accession to the Constantinople see. He was deposed by Pope Agapetus I before March 13, 536,[1][2] and later hidden by Theodora in her quarters for 12 years, until her death.

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Orthodox Church titles
Preceded by
Epiphanius
Patriarch of Constantinople
535–536
Succeeded by
Menas
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