Antoninus a priest and martyr of Palestine, who is said to have been present at Caesarea with Zebinus and Germanus, and, together with them, reproached the governor Firmilianus for sacrificing to idols, for which they were put to death. This happened under Galerius Maximiianus. They are commemorated as saints in the Roman Church on the 13th of November. — Ruinart, p. 327; Landon, Eccles. Dictionary, 1, 432.