(d. c. 304)

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(d. c.304),

martyr of Cordoba in Spain. He is believed to have suffered under the persecution of Diocletian; he was praised by Prudentius and his name is in the Roman Martyrology and that of Jerome. His feast was also kept at Chester for reasons unknown: he was wrongly called a pope there. At some time nineteen companions were added to his name, the first seven of which have the same names as those in the martyrdom of Symphorosa. Feast: 27 June, translation 4 November.

AA.SS. Iun. V (1709), 252–6 and Propylaeum, pp. 258–9; B. de Gaiffier, ‘L'Inventio de S. Zoile de Cordoue’, Anal. Boll., lvi (1938), 361–9; B.T.A., ii. 527.

Subjects: Christianity.

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