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Pope Simeon II of Alexandria was the Coptic Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of the See of St. Mark (830).
According to Severus of Hermopolis, Pope Simeon was a disciple of his predecessor, Pope Jacob, and dwelt in his cell; and had been a friend since boyhood of Pope Mark II. His tenure was only five months and sixteen days, and the Pope was afflicted through his office with gout. He died on the third day of the month of Babah.
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