John of Aragon (patriarch)
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John of Aragon Patriarch
archbishop of Toledo & Tarragona
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John's tomb in Tarragona Cathedral.
Latin patriarch of Alexandria
Reign27 August 1328 - 19 August 1334
PredecessorOddone Sala
SuccessorGuillaume de Chanac
Died19 August 1334
Podo, Saragossa
Noble familyof Barcelona
FatherJames II of Aragon
MotherBlanche of Anjou
ReligionCatholic Church

John of Aragon (1304-1334, Pobo, Saragossa) was a prince of Aragon. He was the son of James II of Aragon and his second wife Blanche of Anjou. He was archbishop of Toledo from 1319 until 1328. He became archbishop of Tarragona in 1327 and Latin Patriarch of Alexandria in 1328, holding both posts until his death.

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