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Pope Dioscorus II of Alexandria (died 517) was the Coptic Pope and Patriarch of Alexandria from 516 until his death. He was a Miaphysite. References "Dioscorus II the Younger (516–517)". Official web site of the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Alexandria and All Africa. http://www.patriarchateofalexandria.com/index.php?module=content&cid=001003&id=111&lang=en. Retrieved 2011-02-07.  "البابا ديسقوروس الثاني [Pope Dioscorus II]" (in Arabic). Official website of St. Takla Haymanot's Church. http://st-takla.org/Saints/Coptic-Synaxarium-Orthodox-Saints-Biography-00-Coptic-Orthodox-Popes/Life-of-Coptic-Pope-031-Pope-Dioscorus-II_.html. Retrieved 2011-02-13.  St. Dioscorus II, 31st Pope of Alexandria Preceded by John II (III) Coptic Pope (516–517) Succeeded by Timothy III (IV) Patriarch of Alexandria (516–517) v · d · ePatriarchs of Alexandria Patriarchs prior to the Chalcedonian schism (43–451) Mark the Evangelist • Anianus • Avilius (a.k.a. Melius) • Kedron • Primus • Justus • Eumenes • Markianos • Celadion • Agrippinus • Julian • Demetrius • Heraclas • Dionysius • Maximus • Theonas • Peter I • Achillas • Alexander I • Athanasius I • Peter II • Timothy I • Theophilus I • Cyril I • Dioscorus I Coptic Popes & Patriarchs (451 – present) Timothy II • Peter III • Athanasius II • John I • John II • Dioscorus II • Timothy III • Theodosius I • Peter IV • Damian • Anastasius • Andronicus • Benjamin I • Agatho • John III • Isaac • Simeon I • Alexander II • Cosmas I • Theodosius II (a.k.a. Theodoros) • Michael I • Mina I • John IV • Mark II • Jacob (a.k.a. James) • Simeon II • Joseph I • Michael II • Cosmas II • Shenouda I • Michael III • Gabriel I • Cosmas III • Macarius I • Theophilus II (a.k.a. Theophanes) • Mina II • Abraham • Philotheos • Zacharias • Shenouda II • Christodolos • Cyril II • Michael IV • Macarius II • Gabriel II • Michael V • John V • Mark III • John VI • Cyril III • Athanasius III • John VII • Gabriel III • John VII • Theodosius III • John VIII • John IX • Benjamin II • Peter V • Mark IV • John X • Gabriel IV • Matthew I • Gabriel V • John XI • Matthew II • Gabriel VI • Michael VI • John XII • John XIII • Gabriel VII • John XIV • Gabriel VIII • Mark V • John XV • Matthew III • Mark VI • Matthew IV • John XVI • Peter VI • John XVII • Mark VII • John XVIII • Mark VIII • Peter VII • Cyril IV • Demetrius II • Cyril V • John XIX • Macarius III • Joseph II • Cyril VI • Shenouda III (current) Greek Orthodox Patriarchs (451 – present) Proterius • Timothy II • Timothy III • John I • Peter III • Athanasius II • John II • John III • Dioscorus II • Timothy IV • Theodosius I • Gainas • Paul • Zoilus • Apollinarius • John IV • Eulogius • Theodore I • John V • George I • Cyrus • Peter IV • Peter V • Peter VI • Cosmas I • Politianus • Eustatius • Christopher I • Sophronius I • Michael I • Michael II • Christodoulos • Eutychius • Sophronius II • Isaac • Job • Elias I • Arsenius • Theophilus II • George II • Leontius • Alexander II • John VI • Cyril II • Sabbas • Sophronius III • Elias II • Eleutherius • Mark III • Nicholas I • Gregory I • Nicholas II • Athanasius III • Gregory II • Gregory III • Niphon • Mark IV • Nicholas III • Gregory IV • Nicholas IV • Athanasius IV • Mark V • Philotheus • Mark VI • Gregory V • Joachim I • Silvester • Meletius Pegas • Cyril III • Gerasimus I • Metrophanes • Nicephorus • Joannicius • Paisius • Parthenius I • Gerasimus II • Samuel • Cosmas II • Cosmas III • Matthew • Cyprian • Gerasimus III • Parthenius II • Theophilus III • Hierotheus I • Artemius • Hierotheus II • Callinicus • Jacob • Nicanor • Sophronius IV • Photius • Meletius II • Nicholas V • Christopher II • Nicholas VI • Parthenius III • Peter VII • Theodore II (current) Category • Commons This Oriental Orthodox Christianity-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This article about an Eastern Orthodox bishop is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This Byzantine biographical article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e