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Joachim II of Bulgaria

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Joachim II of Bulgaria
Patriarch of Bulgaria
ChurchBulgarian Orthodox Church
Installedc. 1263
Term endedc. 1272
PredecessorBasil II
Personal details
DenominationEastern Orthodox Church

Joachim II (Bulgarian: Йоаким) was a Patriarch of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church in the mid 13th century. He is listed in the medieval Book of Boril as the third Patriarch presiding over the Bulgarian Church from Tarnovo, the capital of the Bulgarian Empire. Joachim II is also mentioned in a ktitor inscription in a rock monastery near the village of Troitsa on the territory of modern Shumen Plateau Nature Park. The church was consecrated in 1265 and was named after the Saints Nicholas and Andrew.[1][2][3] Joachim II lead the Bulgarian Church during the reign of Emperor Konstantin Tih (r. 1257–1277).


  1. ^ Andreev, Lazarov & Pavlov 2012, p. 319
  2. ^ Big Encyclopaedia Bulgaria. Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, p. 2155
  3. ^ "Patriarchs of Tarnovo". Official site of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church (in Bulgarian). Archived from the original on 25 March 2016. Retrieved 14 June 2016.


  • Андреев (Andreev), Йордан (Jordan); Лазаров (Lazarov), Иван (Ivan); Павлов (Pavlov), Пламен (Plamen) (2012). Кой кой е в средновековна България [Who is Who in Medieval Bulgaria] (in Bulgarian). Изток Запад (Iztok Zapad). ISBN 978-619-152-012-1.
Titles of Chalcedonian Christianity
Preceded by
Basil II
Patriarch of Bulgaria
c. 1263–1272
Succeeded by
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