Pope Justus of Alexandria served as Pope of Alexandria (head of the church that became the Coptic Orthodox Church and the Greek Church of Alexandria) between 118 and 129. He is regarded as a saint of the Coptic Church.

He is believed to have been baptised by Saint Mark[1] ;who appointed him as the first Dean of the Catechetical School of Alexandria [2]

The Seat of the Pope during his papacy remained in the Saint Mark's church in Alexandria.

Preceded by
Pope of Alexandria
Succeeded by


ar:يسطس الأول (بابا الإسكندرية) pt:Justo de Alexandria

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