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|Nerses IV the Gracious|
Nerses IV the Gracious illustration in 1898 book «Illustrated Armenia and Armenians» 
|Term began||1166 AD|
|Term ended||13 August 1173|
|Predecessor||Gregory III of Cilicia|
|Successor||Gregory IV the Young|
|Born|| 1098 AD|
|Died|| 13 August 1173 AD|
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Nerses IV the Gracious (Armenian: Ներսէս Շնորհալի, also Nerses Shnorhali or Saint Nerses the Graceful), (1098 - 13 August 1173) - was Catholicos of Armenia (1166-1173), theologian, poet, writer and religious hymn composer. Nerses was born in 1100 A.D., a member of the noble Pahlavuni family, near present day Aintab, Turkey. While in office, he moved the see of the Catholicos from Sis to Hromkla (Rum Kale). A more precise translation of his epithet "Shnorhali" is "filled with Grace".
Gregory III of Cilicia
|Catholicoi of the Holy See of Cilicia|
| Succeeded by|
Gregory IV the Young
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