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Anthimus VII of Constantinople
Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople
ChurchChurch of Constantinople
In office1 February 1895 – 10 February 1897
PredecessorNeophytus VIII of Constantinople
SuccessorConstantine V of Constantinople
Personal details
Died19 December 1913

Anthimus VII or Anthimos VII Tsatsos, (1827, Filiates – 19 December 1913) was the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople from 1895 to 1896. He died in Halki, Turkey.

In 1895, he criticized the encyclical Praeclara gratulationis publicae of Pope Leo XIII.

Eastern Orthodox Church titles
Preceded by
Neophytus VIII
Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople
Succeeded by
Constantine V