(1) Bishop and martyr in Cherson under Diocletian, commemorated March 8.
(2) Bishop of Comana in Cappadocia, A.D. 325.
(3) Bishop of Palestine, A.D. 347.
(4) Bishop of Satala in Armenia, deposed A.D. 360.
(5) Bishop of a maritime town in the East, A.D. 375, excommunicated by Eustathius.
(6) Bishop of Dionysia in Bostra, A.D. 381.
(7) Bishop of Laodicea in Syria, deposed A.D. 404 for attachment to the cause of Chrysostom, but restored in 414.
(8) Bishop of Lyons, cir. A.D. 424.
(9) Two bishops of Thermae in Galatia, one A.D. 451, the other A.D. 692.
(10) Saint, first of the four recorded bishops of Atella in Campania, cir. A.D. 400.
(11) A bishop who, with eleven companions, is commemorated September 1.
(12) Bishop of Damietta, who fled to Constantinople, A.D. 487, to escape the Eutychians.
(13) Bishop of Volterra, A.D. 501.
(14) Bishop of Ancyra in-the early part of the 6th century.
(15) One of four brothers, all Spanish bishops in the first half of the 6th century.
(16) Bishop of Thebee in Thessaly, A.D. 531.
(17) Bishop of Catania, cir. A.D. 580.
(18) A bishop, probably of some eastern see, censured by Gregory the Great, A.D. 597.
(19) Bishop of Tarazona (Turiasso), A.D. 633-638.
(20) Bishop of Astorga, A.D. 654.
(21) Patron saint of the town of St. Elpidia in Pisenum, said by some to have been a Cappadocian by birth, and to have died A.D. 393.
(22) Abbot of the monastery founded by Timotheus in Cappadocia, where he died before A.D. 420.
(23) Archimandrite of Constantinople, A.D. 448.
(24) Surnamed Rusticus, a deacon of Lyons, a skilful physician, and a friend of Ennodius, in the time of Theodoric, king of the Ostrogoths; the author of somepoems'still extant (see Migne, Patr. Lat. 62:545).
(25) Martyr under Julian with several others, commemorated November 16.