Abdas of Susa
Abdas, (also Abda, Abdias, and Audas) was bishop of Susa in Iran (Socrates of Constantinople also calls him "bishop of Persia"). He was born in fourth-century Chaldor to a Zoroastrian mother. The latt...
Valerian of Abbenza
Saint Valerian (377–457) was bishop of Abbenza in North Africa. He was martyred in 457 when he refused to surrender the sacred vessels of his church to the Vandals led by Arian king Geiseric. Valerian...
Rasyphus and Ravennus
Saints Rasyphus (Rasiphus) and Ravennus (French: Saints Rasyphe et Raven, Ravenne) (fifth century) are venerated as Christian saints and martyrs. According to Christian tradition, they were native...
Denise, Dativa, Leontia, Tertius, Emilianus, Boniface, Majoricus, and Servus
Saints Denise (Dionysia, Dionisia), Dativa, Leontia, Tertius, Emilianus, Boniface, Majoricus, and Servus are venerated as martyrs by the Catholic Church. They were killed in the late 5th century duri...
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Alban of Mainz
Saint Alban of Mainz (b. unknown, Greece or Albania; d. c. 406 in Mainz) was a priest, missionary, and martyr. Rabanus Maurus wrote in his Martyrology about Alban, who was sent to Gallia as a missiona...
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Maximus of Salzburg
St. Maximus (died 476) is the first Archbishop of Salzburg known by name. He was an early Christian martyr.
Razhden the Protomartyr
Razhden (Georgian: რაჟდენი, also transliterated as Ražden or Rajden; died c. 457) was a 5th-century Persian nobleman in the service of the Georgian king Vakhtang I of Iberia and a convert to Chris...
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Julia of Corsica
Saint Julia of Corsica (Italian: Santa Giulia da Corsica; French: Sainte Julie), also known as Saint Julia of Carthage, and more rarely Saint Julia of Nonza, was a virgin martyr who is venera...
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Ia of Cornwall
Saint Ia of Cornwall (also known as Eia, Hia or Hya) was a Cornish evangelist and martyr of the 5th or 6th centuries. She is said to have been an Irish princess, the sister of Saint Erc and a student ...
Saint Aemilianus
Saint Aemilianus (or Aemilius) lived in the 5th century AD, and is known as a physician, confessor, and martyr. In the reign of the Arian Vandal King Huneric (477–484 AD), he became enmired in the Ar...
Marcellinus of Carthage
Marcellinus of Carthage was a Christian martyr and saint who died in 413. He was secretary of state of the Western Roman Empire under Roman Emperor Honorius and a close friend of Augustine of Hippo, a...
Tydfil
Saint Tydfil (standard Welsh Tudful; martyred ca. 480) is the legendary dedicatee of Merthyr Tydfil (Welsh: Merthyr Tudful, "church of Tudful"), a town in Glamorgan, south Wales.Tydfil gave her na...
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Nereus, Achilleus, Domitilla, and Pancras
Nereus, Achilleus, Domitilla, and Pancras are venerated as martyrs of the Roman Catholic Church.In the present General Roman Calendar, revised in 1969, Saints Nereus and Achilleus (together) and Saint...
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Quintian, Lucius and Julian
Quintian (Quinctianus), Lucius and Julian (Julianus) are venerated as saints and martyrs by the Roman Catholic Church. According to the Roman Martyrology, they were inhabitants of North Africa who we...
Saint Shushanik
Saint Shushanik (Armenian: Շուշանիկ, Georgian: შუშანიკი) (born Vardeni Mamikonian c. 440-475) was an early medieval Christian Armenian martyr who was murdered by her husband Varsken in the tow...
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Aureus (disambiguation)
Aureus, golden in Latin, may refer to :and also:
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Saint Taurinus
Saint Taurinus of Évreux (died ca. 410), also known as Saint Taurin, is venerated as a saint by the Catholic Church. His legend states that he was the first bishop of Évreux. He evangelized the regi...
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Archbishop Flavian of Constantinople
Flavian (or Phlabianus) (died August 11, 449) was Archbishop of Constantinople from 446 to 449. He is venerated as a saint by the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church.Flavian was the ...
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Quiteria
Saint Quiteria (Spanish: Quiteria; Catalan: Quitèria; Occitan: Quiteira; French: Quitterie; Portuguese: Quitéria; Tamil: கித்தேரியம்மாள், Kitheriammal) was a 5th-century virgin...
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Theonistus
Saint Theonistus (Theonist, Teonesto, Thaumastus, Thaumastos, Theonestus, Thonistus, Onistus, Teonisto, Tonisto) is a saint venerated by the Catholic Church. Theonistus is venerated with two companio...
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Vigilius of Trent
Saint Vigilius of Trent (Italian: San Vigilio di Trento) is venerated as the patron saint and first bishop of Trent. He should not be confused with the pope of the same name. According to traditio...
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Saint Telemachus
Saint Telemachus (also Almachus or Tilemahos) was a monk who, according to the Church historian Theodoret, tried to stop a gladiatorial fight in a Roman amphitheatre, and was stoned to death by the cr...
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