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With Sisinnius and Martyrius, martyred at Milan in 397. The fact of their martyrdom is certain; they were commended by Ambrose, Augustine, and Maximus of Turin, and they had an early cult. But the details recorded by their Acts are fictitious. Feast (in Roman and OE martyrologies): 29 May.

Propylaeum, s.d. 29 May;B.L.S., v. 164.

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