Nino of Cappadocia

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Saint '''Nino (Nina) of Cappadocia''', [[Enlightener]] of [[Church of Georgia|Georgia]] and [[Equal of the Apostles]], was born around the year 280 in the city of Kolastra in Cappadocia. Her father St Zabulon was related to the holy Great Martyr [[George]] ([[April 23]]). He came from an illustrious family and pious parents, and he was highly regarded by the Emperor Maximian (284-305). Zabulon, a Christian, served in the military under the emperor, and he took part in the liberation of Christian captives from Gaul (modern France). St Nino's mother, St Susanna [[May 20]], was a sister of the patriarch of Jerusalem.  St Nino is commemorated on [[January 14]].
 
Saint '''Nino (Nina) of Cappadocia''', [[Enlightener]] of [[Church of Georgia|Georgia]] and [[Equal of the Apostles]], was born around the year 280 in the city of Kolastra in Cappadocia. Her father St Zabulon was related to the holy Great Martyr [[George]] ([[April 23]]). He came from an illustrious family and pious parents, and he was highly regarded by the Emperor Maximian (284-305). Zabulon, a Christian, served in the military under the emperor, and he took part in the liberation of Christian captives from Gaul (modern France). St Nino's mother, St Susanna [[May 20]], was a sister of the patriarch of Jerusalem.  St Nino is commemorated on [[January 14]].
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*[http://www.comeandseeicons.com/n/klv03.htm Icon of St. Nina with scenes of her life]
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Saint Nino (Nina) of Cappadocia, Enlightener of Georgia and Equal of the Apostles, was born around the year 280 in the city of Kolastra in Cappadocia. Her father St Zabulon was related to the holy Great Martyr George (April 23). He came from an illustrious family and pious parents, and he was highly regarded by the Emperor Maximian (284-305). Zabulon, a Christian, served in the military under the emperor, and he took part in the liberation of Christian captives from Gaul (modern France). St Nino's mother, St Susanna May 20, was a sister of the patriarch of Jerusalem. St Nino is commemorated on January 14.

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