St Sabina

(c. 126)

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According to her acta, she was a widow of Umbria, who was converted by her servant and martyred at Rome c.126. It is unlikely that such a saint existed. The acta were perhaps fabricated to account for the Church of Sta Sabina on the Aventine Hill at Rome. Feast day, 29 Aug.

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