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The Syriac Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch is the head of the Syriac Orthodox Church. The following is a list of primates who have held that office.

For Patriarchs of Antioch before the split in 518 between the Syriac and Eastern Orthodox churches, see List of Patriarchs of Antioch.

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Syriac Orthodox Patriarchs of Antioch after 518

(Severus was deposed in 518 and exiled to Egypt, but was recognized as the lawful Patriarch by many Syriac Christians until his death in 538)
  • Sergius of Tella (544—546), consecrated by Jacob Baradaeus
    • vacant (546—550)
  • Paul II (550—575), deposed in 575 for joining the Chalcedonians
    • vacant (575—581)
  • Peter III (581—591)
  • Julian I (591—595)
  • Athanasius I Gammolo (595—631)
  • John II (631—648)
  • Theodore (649—667)
  • Severus II bar Mashqe (667—681)
  • Athanasius II (683—686)
  • Julian II (686—708)
  • Elias I (709—723)
  • Athanasius III (724—740)
  • Iwanis I (740—754)
    • After the death of Iwanis, two Patriarchs were appointed at the behest of the Caliph:
  • Euwanis I (754- ?)
  • Athanasius alSandali (?-758)
  • George I (758—790)
  • Joseph (790—792)
  • Quryaqos of Takrit (793—817)
  • Dionysius I of Tellmahreh (817—845)
  • John III (846—873)
  • Ignatius II (878—883)
  • Theodosius Romanos of Takrit (887—896)
  • Dionysius II (897—909)
  • John IV Qurzahli (910—922)
  • Baselius I (923—935)
  • John V (936—953)
  • Iwanis II (954—957)
  • Dionysius III (958—961)
  • Abraham I (962—963)
  • John VI Sarigta (965—985)
  • Athanasius IV of Salah (986—1002)
  • John VII bar Abdun (1004—1033)
  • Dionysius IV Yahya (1034—1044)
    • vacant (1044—1049)
  • John VIII (1049—1057)
  • Athanasius V (1058—1063)
  • John IX bar Shushan (1063—1073)
  • Baselius II (1074—1075)
  • John Abdun (1075—1077)
John was deposed but claimed the Patriarchate until 1091.
  • Dionysius V Lazaros (1077—1078)
  • Iwanis III (1080—1082)
  • vacant (1082-1088)
  • Dionysius VI (1088—1090)
  • Athanasius VI bar Khamoro (1091—1129)
  • John X bar Mawdyono (1129—1137)
  • Athanasius VII bar Qutreh (1138—1166)
  • Michael the Great (1166—1199)
  • Athanasius VIII (1200—1207)
  • John XI (1208—1220)
    • vacant (12201222)
  • Ignatius III David (1222—1252)
  • John XII bar Madani (1252—1263)
  • Ignatius IV Yeshu (1264—1282)
  • Philoxenos I Nemrud (1283—1292)
  • Michael II (1292—1312)
  • Michael III Yeshu (1312—1349)
  • Baselius III Gabriel (1349—1387)
  • Philoxenos II (1387—1421)
  • Baselius IV Shemun (1421—1444)
  • Ignatius Behnam alHadli (1445—1454)
  • Ignatius Khalaf (1455—1483)
  • Ignatius John XIV (1483—1493)
  • Ignatius Nuh of Lebanon (1493—1509)
  • Ignatius Yeshu I (1509—1512)
  • Ignatius Jacob I (1512—1517)
  • Ignatius David I (1517—1520)
  • Ignatius AbdAllah I (1520—1557)
  • Ignatius Nemet Allah I (1557—1576)
  • Ignatius David II Shah (1576—1591)
  • Ignatius Pilate I (1591—1597)
  • Ignatius Hadayat Allah (1597—1639)
  • Ignatius Simon I (1640—1659)
  • Ignatius Yeshu II Qamsheh (1659—1662)
  • Ignatius Abdul Masih I (1662—1686)
  • Ignatius George II (1687—1708)
  • Ignatius Isaac Azar (1709—1722)
  • Ignatius Shukr Allah II (1722—1745)
  • Ignatius George III (1745—1768)
  • Ignatius George IV (1768—1781)
  • Ignatius Matthew (1782—1817)
  • Ignatius Yunan (1817—1818)
  • Ignatius George V (1819—1837)
  • Ignatius Elias II (1838—1847)
  • Ignatius Jacob II (1847—1871)
  • Ignatius Peter IV (1872—1894)
  • Ignatius Abdul Masih II (1895—1905)
  • Ignatius Abded Aloho II (1906—1915)
  • Ignatius Elias III (1917—1932)
  • Ignatius Afram I Barsoum (1933—1957)
  • Ignatius Jacob III (1957—1980)
  • Ignatius Zakka I Iwas (1980—Present)

Notes

It should also be noted that a parallel autocephalic Patriarchate of Tur-Abdin existed from 1364 to 1869, as described in "Massacres, resistance, protectors" by David Gaunt, Jan Bet̲-Şawoce, Racho Donef (Gorgias Press).

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