athenagoras

Athenagoras I

[ath-uh-nag-er-uhs; Greek ah-thee-nah-gaw-rahs]
noun
(Aristocles Spyrou) 1886–1972, Archbishop Ecumenical of Constantinople and Ecumenical Patriarch of the Greek Orthodox Church 1948–72.
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