Pope Matthew IV of Alexandria
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Pope Matthew IV of Alexandria
Pope

Matthew IV of Alexandria
Pope of Alexandria & Patriarch of the See of St. Mark
Papacy began6 December 1660 27 Hathor 1376
Papacy ended15 August 1675 8 Mesori 1391
PredecessorMark VI
SuccessorJohn XVI
Personal details
Birth nameGeorge (Guirguis)
BornMeer, Ashmonain District, Diocese of Qousqam (known as El-Muharaq), Egypt
Died15 August 1675 8 Mesori 1391
Egypt
BuriedSaint Mercurius Church in Coptic Cairo
NationalityEgyptian
DenominationCoptic Orthodox Christian
ResidenceSaint Mary Church (Haret Elroum)

Pope Matthew IV of Alexandria (Anba Matta El-Meeri), 102nd Pope of Alexandria & Patriarch of the See of St. Mark.

A monk

He was originally from Meer, hence the name Elmeeri, and joined the Paromeos Monastery in the Nitrian Desert before becoming a Pope.

A Pope

On his first day as a Coptic Pope he transferred the Seat of the Coptic Orthodox Pope of Alexandria from Church of the Virgin Mary (Haret Zuweila) to Saint Mary Church (Haret Elroum).[1] and it stayed there till 1800 A.D. (1516-1517 A.M.) when Pope Mark VIII transferred it to Saint Mark's Coptic Orthodox Cathedral (Azbakeya).

Oriental Orthodox titles
Preceded by
Mark VI
Coptic Pope
1660-1675
Succeeded by
John XVI

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