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Joannicius III of Constantinople

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Joannicius III
Archbishop of Constantinople and Ecumenical Patriarch
ChurchEcumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople
Installed26 March 1761
Term ended21 May 1763
PredecessorSeraphim II
SuccessorSamuel
Personal details
Birth nameIoannis Karatzas
Bornc. 1700
Died1793
Monastery of Halki
Previous postArchbishop of Peć and Serbian Patriarch 1739–1746
Metropolitan of Chalcedon 1747–1761

Joannicius III (Greek: Ιωαννίκιος Γ΄, Serbian: Јоаникије III), (c. 1700 – 1793) was Archbishop of Peć and Serbian Patriarch from 1739 to 1746[1] and Archbishop of Constantinople and Ecumenical Patriarch from 1761 to 1763. The ordinal number of his title is III both for his office as Serbian Patriarch and of Constantinople.[2]

Life

Ioannis Karatzas was born in circa 1700 and belonged to the influential Phanariote family Caradja (Karatzas), of Byzantine Greek origin.[3][better source needed] He became a deacon serving Patriarch Paisius II and later he was appointed protosyncellus.[2]

With the 1739 Treaty of Belgrade which ended the Austro–Turkish War (1737–39), the Kingdom of Serbia ceased to exist. The Ottoman sultan deposed Serbian Patriarch Arsenije IV who sided with the Habsburg Monarchy during the war, and in his place appointed the Greek Joannicius, who took the title of Archbishop of Peć and Serbian Patriarch. Among the Serbs he was known as Joanikije (Јоаникије), and it was recorded at the time that he was appointed by 'the mighty [rule of the] Turk, and not by election at the [Serbian] sabor (assembly)'.[4] The previous patriarch Arsenije IV moved to the Habsburg Monarchy along with many Serbs, in what is known as the Second Great Serb Migration.[5] Arsenije IV became Metropolitan of Karlovci, maintaining however deep connections with the Serbs who remained in the Ottoman Empire under the jurisdiction of Joannicius. Joannicius remained Serbian Patriarch until 1746, when, burdened with debts due to his high-living, he was forced to sell the title to pay his creditors.[2]

After returning to Constantinople, in September 1747 he obtained an appointment as Metropolitan of Chalcedon. On 26 March 1761 he was elected Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, an office he maintained until 21 May 1763, when he was deposed and exiled to Mount Athos.[6]

Thanks to the support of his family, Joannicius returned from exile and obtained the revenue from the monastery of the island of Halki near Constantinople, where he died in 1793.[2]

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Eastern Orthodox Church titles
Preceded by
Seraphim II
Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople
1761–1763
Succeeded by
Samuel
Preceded by
Gabriel V
Metropolitan of Chalcedon
1747-1761
Succeeded by
Joannicius II
Preceded by
Arsenije IV
Serbian Patriarch
1739–1746
Succeeded by
Atanasije II
This page was last edited on 15 July 2019, at 17:40
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