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Chronology of Catholic Dioceses:Greece

See a list of abbreviations used in this list. See also our listing of current ecclesial jurisdictions.

This list does not yet take into account the period prior to the Great Schism (1053), nor does it fully cover the High Middle Ages.

We ask our readers to kindly help us establish

  • when the dioceses of Andros, Carpathos and Nicaria were erected;
  • when the dioceses of Carpathos, Nicaria and Tenedos were suppressed;
  • which were the 11 suffragan sees of Athens in the 13th century, and their history. Claes.Tande@katolsk.no
1204
Constantinople / Konstantinopolis (Latin Patriarchate from now, de facto established by the Pope through Venice) - (Latin Empire of Constantinople) Turkey
1322 (1346)
Smyrna (Metr.) - (Kingdom of Nikaea) Turkey
1600-1700
Smyrna (Metr., abandoned) - (Ottoman Empire) Turkey
1600-1700
Asia Minor (AV, supplanting Smyrna, and also detached from Constantinople AV?) - (Ottoman Empire) Turkey
1742
Constantinople / Konstantinopolis (AV, supplanting the Latin Patriarchal vicars / suffragan bishops) - (Ottoman Empire) Turkey
1830
Constantinople / Istanbul [Arm.] (AEp, detached from the care of the AV Constantinople) - Turkey
1867
Constantinople / Konstantinopolis [Arm.] (Patr., and united to Cilicia) - (Ottoman Empire) Turkey
1900
Istanbul (AV, new name, previously Constantinople / Konstantinopolis) - (Ottoman Empire) Turkey
1911
Istanbul, Konstantinopolis / Constantinople (ApEx [Gr.-Byz.], , detached from the care of the AV Constantinople) - Turkey

300-400
Rhodos (Metr. [Byz.]) - (Rhodes) Greece
800-900
Tinos - (Byzantine Empire) Greece
1200-1300?
Andros (Venetian Fiefdom of Andros)- Greece
1200-1300?
Carpathos (Genoese Fiefdom of Scarpanto)- Greece
1200-1300?
Nicaria - Greece
1200-1300
Cefalonia - Greece
1200-1300
Chios / Keos - (Venetian Fiefdom of Chios) Greece
1200-1300
Naxos - (Venetian Fiefdom of Naxos) Greece
1200-1300
Syros - (Venetian Fiefdom of Syros) Greece
1204~
Beroia [Latin] - (Kingdom of Thessalonike) Greece
1204
Santorino - Greece
1205
Athenai (Metr.) - (Fiefdom of Achaea) Greece
1207
Melos / Milos (Latin diocese from this time) - (Venetian Fiefdom of Crete) Greece
1212
Zante - Greece
1213
Candia / Kreta / La Canea (Metr.) - (Venetian Fiefdom of Crete) Greece
1220~?
Beroia [Latin] (abandoned) - (Despotate of Epirus) Greece
1310
Corfù (Metr.) - Greece
1328
Rhodos (Metr., now a Latin see) - Greece
1377~
Tenedos (Metr., now a Latin see) - (Venetian Kingdoms) - Turkey
1400
Mykonos - Greece
1400-1500
Tenedos (abandoned?) - (Byzantine Empire)- Turkey
1483
Athenai (Metr., abandoned after death of Archbishop) - (Byzantine Empire) Greece
1522
Naxos (Metr.) - (Byzantine Empire) Greece
1546
Rhodos (Metr., suppressed) - (Byzantine Empire) Greece
1550-1800
Carpathos (abandoned?) - (Ottoman Empire) Greece
1550-1800
Nicaria (abandoned?) - (Ottoman Empire) Greece
1700
Melos (united with Naxos) - (Ottoman Empire) Greece
1700
Naxos (Metr.) and Melos (united) - (Ottoman Empire) Greece
1797
Rhodos (title of this titular See incorporated in Malta) - (Ottoman Empire) Greece
1830
Naxos (Metr., Melos detached, and incorporated in Santorino) - (Ottoman Empire) Greece
1874
Candia / Kreta / La Canea (D, previously Metr.) - Greece
1875
Athenai (AD, reestablished) - Greece
1907
Rhodos (AP, detached from Smyrna AD) - Greece
1919
Naxos (Metr.), Andros, Tinos and Mykonos (united) - Greece
1919
Corfù (Metr.), Zante and Cefalonia (united) - Greece
1925
Greece [Arm.] (Ord., detached from Constantinople; see: Athens) - Greece
1926
Thessaloniki (AV, detached from Istanbul [Lat.] AV) - Greece
1928
Rhodos (reestablished as AD, as the previous AP is elevated to AD) - Greece
1932
Greece [Gr.-Byz.] (ApEx, detached from Istanbul, Konstantinopolis [Gr.-Byz.) - Greece