There is a tradition that, before his death, the Emperor Constantine I bestowed upon him the honorary title of Patriarch; however, Byzantium did not become the capital of the Empire until 330 (when it was renamed New Rome or Constantinople), and the see was not elevated to a patriarchate until 451.
His predecessor as Bishop of Byzantium was Probus, son of Dometius and Metrophanes may have been the son of Probus.
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