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Joachim II
Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople
ChurchChurch of Constantinople
SeeEcumenical Patriarchate
InstalledOctober 8, 1860, November 23, 1873
Term endedAugust 18, 1863, August 5, 1878
PredecessorCyril VII, Anthimus VI
SuccessorSophronius III, Joachim III
Personal details
Kallimasia of Chios
DiedAugust 5, 1878
BuriedChurch of St. Mary of the Spring
DenominationEastern Orthodox Church
OccupationEcumenical Patriarch

Joachim II (1802 – 5 August 1878) was Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople from 1860 to 1863 and from 1873 to 1878.

Eastern Orthodox Church titles Preceded by? Bishop of Dryinoupolis 1827–1835 Succeeded by? Preceded by? Metropolitan of Ioannina 1835–1838(1st tenure) Succeeded by? Preceded by? Metropolitan of Ioannina 1840–1845(2nd tenure) Succeeded by? Preceded byMeletius Pangalos Metropolitan of Kyzikos 1845–1860 Succeeded byJacob Pangostas Preceded byCyril VII Patriarch of Constantinople 1860–1863(1st tenure) Succeeded bySophronius III Preceded byAnthimus VI (restored) Patriarch of Constantinople 1873–1878(2nd tenure) Succeeded byJoachim III