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Martyr Conon of Isauria (1st century); Martyr Nestor, father of Martyr Conon of Isauria; Martyr Onisius (Onesimus) of Isauria, by beheading (1st century); Saint Theophilus, Bishop of Caesarea in Palestine (200); Martyr Conon the Gardener, of Pamphylia (251); Martyrs Archelaus, Kyrillos, Photios, Virgin-martyr Irais (Rhais) of Antinoë, and 152 Martyrs in Egypt (c. 308); Venerable Conon of Cyprus (4th century); Martyr Eulogius of Palestine; Martyr Eulampius of Palestine, by the sword; Venerable Mark the Ascetic of Egypt (Mark the Athenian, Mark the Faster) (5th century); Saint Hesychius the Faster, of Bithynia (790); Saint Oliva of Brescia, martyred in Brescia in the north of Italy, under the Emperor Hadrian (138); Saint Eusebius, born in Cremona in Italy, he became an abbot in Bethlehem and took part in the struggle against Origenism; Saint Eusebius and Companions, a group of ten martyrs who suffered in North Africa; Saint Colman of Armagh, a disciple of St Patrick in Ireland (5th century); Saint Kieran of Saighir (Ciaran of Ossory), confessor (c. 530); Saint Carthage the Elder, the successor of St Kieran as Bishop of Ossory in Ireland (c. 540); Saint Caron, the church at Tregaron in Dyfed in Wales is dedicated to him; Saint Piran of Padstowe (Pyran), monk of Perranporth (6th century); Saint Virgilius of Arles, Archbishop of Arles (610); Saint Clement, Abbot of Santa Lucia in Syracuse in Sicily (c. 800); Saints Basil (1249) and Constantine (1257), princes of Yaroslavl; Monk-martyr Adrian, Abbot of Poshekhonye (1550), and his fellow-ascetic St. Leonidas (1549); New Martyr John the Bulgarian, at Constantinople (1784); New Hieromartyr Parthenius, Bishop of Didymoteichon in Thrace (1805) (see also March 15); New Martyr George of Rapsana, at Larissa (1818); Saint Nikolai (Velimirovich), Bishop of Ohrid and Žiča, Serbia (1956); New Hieromartyr Nicholas Pokrovsky (1919); New Hieromartyr John Mirotvortsiev (1938); New Hieromartyr Theophan (Grafov), Hierodeacon, of Borisoglebsk Monastery, Vladimir (1938); New Hieromartyr Mardarius (Isaev), Hieromonk, of Yurievskoe, Yaroslavl, (1938); Other Commemorations: Icon of the Mother of God "the Teacher" (or "Education" or "Nurtured Up-Bringing"); Translation of the relics (1463) of St. Theodore, Prince of Smolensk and Yaroslavl (1299), and his children Saints David (1321) and Constantine (ca. 1322); Repose of Metropolitan Cornelius of Novgorod (1698).