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Cyprus: correspondence exchanged between the governor and Archbishop Makarios. [John Harding Harding of Petherton, Baron; Makarios, Archbishop of. Makarios III (Greek: Μακάριος Γ΄; born Michael Christodoulou Mouskos (Greek: Μιχαήλ Χριστοδούλου Μούσκος); 13 August – 3 August ) was a Greek Cypriot clergyman and politician who served as the Archbishop and Primate of the autocephalous Church of Cyprus (–) and as the first President of Cyprus (–).Alma mater: University of Athens, Boston University.
Makarios III, original name Mikhail Khristodolou Mouskos, (born AugPano Panayia, Paphos, Cyprus—died August 3,Nicosia), archbishop and primate of the Orthodox Church of was a leader in the struggle for enosis (union) with Greece during the postwar British occupation, and, from until his death inhe was the president of independent Cyprus.
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Archbishop Makarios II. Archbishop Makarios III of Cyprus became the nation's first President when Britain granted the island independence in In his three terms (), he survived four assassination attempts and a coup.
Born Michael Mouskos, Makarios was elected bishop of Kition in and archbishop of Cyprus in During Makarios III's presidency, he stood by the Archbishop against the Junta of Athens and the three metropolitans who led the Ecclesiastical coup.
He was elected Metropolitan (Bishop) of Paphos on 25 February and his episcopal consecration took place on 26 February Alma mater: University of Athens. The Turkish-occupied sector declared itself the Turkish Federated State of Cyprus in The name was changed to the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus in Both declarations were recognised only by Turkey.
When Archbishop Makarios died in the posts of archbishop and head of state were officially separated.