|Archbishop of Peć and Serbian Patriarch|
|Church||Serbian Patriarchate of Peć|
|See||Patriarchal Monastery of Peć|
|Nationality||Rum Millet (Greek)|
|Denomination||Eastern Orthodox Church|
|Occupation||Primate of the Serbian Orthodox Church|
Before Gavrilo became Serbian Patriarch, he was the metropolitan of an unknown eparchy, under Serbian patriarchs Vikentije I and Pajsije II. In 1758, during the great internal turmoil in the Serbian Patriarchate of Peć, when patriarch Vikentije I died in Constantinople and his successor Pajsije II seized the patriarchal throne, metropolitan Gavrilo took the opportunity and succeeded in overthrowing patriarch Pajsije II and becoming the new Serbian Patriarch as "Gavrilo IV". His tenure was also very short since his main rival was another ethnic Greek, metropolitan Kirilo, who succeeded in overthrowing Gavrilo IV and becoming the new Serbian Patriarch as Kirilo II.
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| Serbian Patriarch
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