Adrian, St (2)

Adrian, ST. (2), suffered martyrdom at Caesarea, in Palestine, in 309, by order of the governor Firmilianus. He was exposed to the lions, March 5, with St. Eubulus as his ῥcompanion in martyrdom. The Greeks commemorate them together, the Latins separately-the latter March 7 (in some martyrologies March 4). See Ruinart, p. 332; Moreri, who cites Eusebius, De Martyr. Palcest

 
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