List of Religious Leaders in 1000 - Asia


  • Sergius II, Patriarch of Constantinople, reigned 999–1019
  • Sarkis I, Patriarch of Ani, reigned 992–1019
  • Mar Bar-Tobia II Mari Aturaya, Patriarch of Bagdad, reigned 987–1000
  • Yohannan V/VI, Patriarch of Bagdad, reigned 1000–1012
  • Orestis, Primate of Jerusalem, reigned 983–1005
  • Krikor, Armenian Patriarch of Jerusalem, reigned 981–1006
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