Chrysanthus I of Constantinople

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Chrysanthus I of Constantinople was Ecumenical Patriarch and spiritual leader of the Eastern Orthodox Church between 1824 and 1826.

Chrysanthus I was an educated man who was Metropolitan of Caesarea (Kayzeri) and later of Serres before he became Ecumenical Patriarch on July 9, 1824. He was removed from office by the High Porte on September 26, 1826.