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Jovan
Archbishop of Peć and Serbian Patriarch
Fresco by Georgije Mitrofanović (1619–20)
Fresco depicting Jovan Kantul
ChurchSerbian Patriarchate of Peć
SeePatriarchal Monastery of Peć
Installed1592
Term ended1614
PredecessorFilip I
SuccessorPajsije I
Personal details
Birth nameJovan Kantul
BornOttoman Serbia
Died1614
Istanbul
NationalityRum Millet (Ottoman)
DenominationEastern Orthodox Christian
OccupationSpiritual leader of the Serbian Orthodox Church

Jovan Kantul (Serbian Cyrillic: Јован Кантул, fl. 1592 – d. 1614), sometimes numbered Jovan II was the Archbishop of Peć and Serbian Patriarch, the spiritual leader of the Serbian Orthodox Church, from 1592 until his death in 1614. He planned a major revolt in the Ottoman Balkans, with Grdan, the vojvoda of Nikšić, asking the pope for aid (see Serb Uprising of 1596–97). Owing to his activities for planning a Serbian revolt, he was arrested and put on trial in Istanbul in 1612. He was found guilty of treason and was executed two years later (1614).

Title

  • "Archbishop of Peć and Patriarch of all Serbs and Bulgarians and Western Regions" (Јована м. б. архијепископа пећког и свим Србљем и Бугаром и западним странам патријарха), 20 July 1611.[1]

References

  1. ^ Ilarion Ruvarac (1888). O pećkim patrijarcima: od Makarija do Arsenija III (1557-1690). Štamparija I. Vodicke. У Крци, манастиру у Далмацији сахранило се писмо „Јована м. б. архијепископа пећког и свим Србљем и Бугаром и западним странам патријарха“ писано г. 7122. месецајулија 20. дан у Пећи 1611. всеосвештеном митрополиту ...

Sources

External links

Eastern Orthodox Church titles
Preceded by
Filip I
Serbian Patriarch
1592–1614
Succeeded by
Pajsije I
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