The Latin papa and the Greek pappas means simply “father.” The title “pope” has been in use from the early third century for the bishops of Alexandria. The title of the patriarch of Alexandria is “Pope and of the great city of Alexandria and of all Egypt, the Pentapolis, Nubia, the Sudan, Libya, Ethiopia, and all Africa, and all of the preaching of St. Mark.” The title “pope” belongs also to the Pope of Rome. In a at Rome in1073, Pope Gregory VII prohibited the use of this title by any other bishop other than the Bishop of Rome.