(1) Martyr at Rome with Aquilinus and three others; commemorated February 4.

(2) Martyr at Concordia with Secundianus, Romulus, and eighty-six others; commemorated February 17.

(3) Martyr at Carthage; commemorated March 1.

(4) Martyr in Africa. with Epiphanius the bishop, and others; commemorated April 7 (or 6).

(5) Martyr at Coesarea, in Cappadocia, with Polyeuctus and Victorius; commemorated May 21.

(6) Bishop and martyr at Aretium, in Tuscany, tinder Julian; commemorated August 7.

(7) The presbyter and anchorite in a district on Mount Jura, in Belgic Gaul; commemorated August 19.

(8) Martyr at Antioch, with Restitutus, Valerianus, Fructuosa, and twelve others; commemorated August 23.

(9) Martyr at Capua, with Quintus and Arcontius; commemorated September 5.

(10) Martyr with Hermogenes and twenty-two others; commemorated December 12.

(11) Bishop of Euraea, in Vetus Epirus, cir. A.D. 387. (12) Bishop of Tvsedis, in Numidia, in the 4th century. (13) Donatist bishop of Bagaia, in the 4th century. (14) Bishop of Nicopolis, in Vetus Epirus, cir. A.D. 425-433.

(15) Twenty-fifth bishop of Avignon,in the middle of the 5th century.

(16) One of the four bishops from Africa at the Council of Rome, A.D. 487.

(17) Bishop of Besanton, born in 592 or 594, and died in 651,commemorated August 7.

(18) The name of two Irish saints (probably Lat. for Donagh), one, bishop of Lupia (now Leece, near Naples), in the 7th century; the other, bishop or Fiesole, in Tuscany: both commemorated Oct. 22.

(19) Patriarch of Grado, A.D. 717-730. SEE DUNA; SEE DUNCHAIDH.

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