Didymia fourth abbess of the convent of SanteCroix, at Poictiers, in the 6th century. Didymus, a martyr at Alexandria, A.D. 304, and commemorated April 28, is said to have been a Christian teacher there, and to have been beheaded for aiding the escape of Theodora, a Christian girl, from a fate worse than death, on account of her faith.

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