Christodulus II of Jerusalem

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Christodulus II of Jerusalem was the patriarch of Church of Jerusalem from 966 to 969. He previously was known as Habib of Caesarea. Patr. Christodulus began to restore the Church of the Holy Sepulchre that had been damaged by fire during riots in 966, but was unable to finish the restoration because of his sudden death while visiting Cairo. Additionally, the Jacobite official, Ali Ibn Souwar, who was helping Christodulus with the restoration of the cupola of the Holy Sepulchre, was not able to complete his part of the work because he was killed

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Christodulus II of Jerusalem
Preceded by:
John VII
Patriarch of Jerusalem
Succeeded by:
Thomas II
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