Barbara of Heliopolis

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Our holy mother among the saints '''Barbara of Heliopolis'''', hailed from the city of Heliopolis <ref> Heliopolis, is today known as ''Baalbek''. It was a well known Syrian city located between Lebanon and the mountain ranges of anti-Lebanon. In 1924, it became part of Lebanon and was named Baalbek. </ref> lived during the reign of the impious tyrant Mazimian (286-305).
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Our holy mother among the saints '''Barbara of Heliopolis'''', hailed from the city of Heliopolis <ref> Heliopolis, is today known as ''Baalbek''. It was a well known Syrian city located between Lebanon and the mountain ranges of anti-Lebanon. In 1924, it became part of Lebanon and was named Baalbek. </ref> lived during the reign of the impious tyrant Mazimian (286-305). Her feast day is commemorated by the church [[December 4]].
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
The martyrdom of St. Barbara <ref> Barbara is pronounced Varvara </ref>
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The martyrdom of St. Barbara <ref> Barbara is pronounced Varvara.</ref>
  
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==

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Our holy mother among the saints Barbara of Heliopolis', hailed from the city of Heliopolis [1] lived during the reign of the impious tyrant Mazimian (286-305). Her feast day is commemorated by the church December 4.

History

The martyrdom of St. Barbara [2]

Notes

  1. Heliopolis, is today known as Baalbek. It was a well known Syrian city located between Lebanon and the mountain ranges of anti-Lebanon. In 1924, it became part of Lebanon and was named Baalbek.
  2. Barbara is pronounced Varvara.
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