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He was a eunuch and uneducated. Due to his illiteracy he was involved in the case of John Italus, whom his predecessor, Patriarch Cosmas I of Constantinople had condemned. His involvement in this case cost him the throne in July 1084.
|Patriarch of Constantinople|
| Succeeded by|
Nicholas III Mysticus