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St Agnes

(d. c. 305)


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(died c.304),

Roman martyr, said to have been a Christian virgin who refused to marry, she was martyred during the reign of Diocletian. She is the patron saint of virgins and her emblem is a lamb (Latin agnus). Her feast day is 21 January.

Subjects: Christianity.


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