Piga, Meletius

Piga, Meletius an Eastern prelate, flourished in the second half of the 16th century. He was in 1591 exarch of the Church of Constantinople, and shortly after that time was chosen to fill the chair of St. Mark's. As patriarch of Alexandria, Piga distinguished himself by great devotion to ecclesiastical studies, and as the author of one or two controversial writings for the Slavonic Church, which was exposed to the intrusion of Romanism.

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