Eparchs

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See also Eparchs of Nobadia.

Includes Eparchs of Lower Nobadia, Great Eparchs, Vice-Eparchs, Eparchs of Atwa, Eparchs of Gaderon, Eparchs of Palagi, Eparchs of the Palace, and Eparchs.


  • Anonymous
P.QI.4.102
  • Ampapi
P.QI.4.101. Pre-1156?
  • Darme
P.QI.4.109. c. 1150s if contemporary to P.QI.3.30.
  • Dao(), vice-eparch of Terp()
P.QI.4.94.
  • Enakissil Mêr (?)
P.QI.4.112.
  • Enyame, vice-eparch
P.QI.4.67 and P.QI.4.69.
  • Iarise
P.QI.4.96.
  • Iesou
P.QI.4.101.
  •  ?Iesou]sinkoud(a), vice-eparch
P.QI inv. unknown, Giovanni Ruffini photo AS196 2010 (=Eparch of Nobadia above, d. 1102?).
  • Ioannes, eparch of Gadera (?)
I.Khartoum Greek 21. Son of the king.
  • I()ô()u()
Lefebvre 665.
  • Ioulianou
CIG 5071. Cited at Monneret de Villard 1938, 134.
  • Marianou, Great Eparch
d. 1093. Richter 1999, cited at I.Khartoum Copt. p. 12 no. 56
  • Marionga
P.QI.4.109.
  • Minnel, vice-eparch
P.QI 3.40
  • Moses George, king & eparch of Palagi
P.QI 3.30. van Gerven Oei 2011 & Hagen: of palation?
  • Paulos-Kolla
Welsby 1996, 93 (c. 750 AD).
  • Soueti, vice-eparch of Terp()
P.QI 3.49 & 50
  • Soukousapa, Great Eparch
P.QI.4.117-P.QI.4.123. Contemporary to Masê & Dauti.
  • Siongnga?
P.QI.4.109.
  • Tenyrei, Great Eparch & ngesh ngaju
P.QI.4.107. Contemporary to Masê & Dauti.