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Bishop Anargyros Printezis (Greek: Ανάργυρος Πρίντεζης)  (born August 16 1937), titular bishop of Gratianopolis, is the Apostolic Exarch Emeritus of the Byzantine Rite Catholics in Greece. Anargyros Printezis was born in Varis, Greece in August 1937, and was ordained a priest on December 10, 1961. He was appointed titular bishop of Gratianopolis and Apostolic Exarch of the Byzantine Rite Catholics in Greece on June 28, 1975 and ordained bishop August 6, 1975. Anargyros retired from Apostolic Exarchate of the Byzantine Rite Catholics in Greece on April 23, 2008.
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