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</div>[[Martyr]] Thallelaios at Aegae in Cilicia, and his companions, Martyrs Alexander and Asterius; Martyr Asclas of Egypt; [[Saint]] Thalassius the [[Myrrh-giver]] of Libya; Saints Nicetas, John, and Joseph, [[monk]]s of Chios; Saint Dovmont-Timothy, prince of Pskov; Saint Mark the [[hermit]]; Saint Stephen, [[Abbot]] of "Piper" in Serbia; Saint Dodo, [[disciple]] of Saint David of Georgia; repose of [[Schemamonk]] Cyriacus of [[Valaam Monastery|Valaam]]; Saint Lydia of Philippisia; Martyr Ethelbert, King of East Anglia; opening of the [[relics]] of Saint Alexis, [[Metropolitan]] of Moscow and [[Wonder-worker]] of All Russia; translation of the relics of Saint [[Nicholas of Myra|Nicholas]] the Wonder-worker, of Myra in Lycia
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[[File:Daumantas of Pskov.jpg|100px|Saint Daumantas of Pskov]]
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Saint [[Lydia of Thyatira]] (Lydia of Philippi), [[Equal-to-the-Apostles]] (mentioned in Acts 16:14-15), (1st c.);
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Martyrs Thalelaeus the Unmercenary (Thallelaios), at Anazarbus in Cilicia, and his companions martyrs Alexander and Asterius (284);
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Martyr Asclas of the [[w:Thebaid|Thebaid]], Egypt (287);
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Sts. Zabulon and Susanna, of Cappadocia and Jerusalem (parents of St. Nina (Nino), enlightener of Georgia), (4th c.);
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Saint Mark the [[Hermit]] (Marcus Eremita) (5th c.);
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Saint Dodo, [[disciple]] of Saint David of Georgia ([[w:David Gareja monastery complex|David Gareja monastery complex]]) (609) (see also [[May 17]]);
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Holy Martyrs of [[w:Mamilla|Mamilla]], Jerusalem (614);
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Saint Thalassius the [[Myrrh-streaming|Myrrh-gusher]], of Libya (648);
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Saints John, Joseph and Nicetas, monks of [[Nea Moni of Chios|Nea Moni on Chios]] (ca.1050);
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Saint Plautilla the Roman, martyr, (67);
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Hieromartyr Baudelius, [[missionary]] in France and northern Spain, martyred in Nîmes (2nd or 3rd c.);
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Virgin-martyr Basilla (304);
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Saint Hilary (Hilarius, Hilaire), Bishop of Toulouse in France (360);
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Saint Anastasius, Bishop of Brescia in Lombardy, in Italy (610);
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Saint Austregisilus (Aoustrille, Outrille), Bishop of Bourges and Confessor (624);
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Saint Theodore of Pavia, Bishop of Pavia (778);
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Saint Ethelbert (Albert, Albright), King of East Anglia in England, martyr (794) (see also [[May 29]]);
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Saint [[Dovmont (Timothy)|Daumantas of Pskov]] (Timothy, Dovmont-Timothy), prince of [[Pskov]] (1299)];
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Saint Stephen, [[Abbot]] of Piperi in Serbia (1697);
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New Martyrs of Moscow (1922): Hieromartyr Macarius - priest-monk, Hieromartyrs Alexander (Zaozersky) and Basil (Sokolov) - Protopresbyters, Hieromartyr Christopher (Nadezhdin) - priest, Martyr Sergius (Tikhomirov);
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Venerable New Martyr Olympiada (Verbetska), [[Igumen|Igumenia]] of Kozelschansk women's monastery of the Nativity of the Mother of God (1938);
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'''Other Commemorations''':
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Translation of the holy [[relics]] (1087) of Saint [[Nicholas of Myra|Nicholas]] the Wonderworker (343);
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Uncovering of the relics (1431) of Saint [[Alexis of Moscow|Alexis]], Metropolitan of Moscow, [[Wonderworker]] of All Russia (1378);
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Repose of [[Schemamonk|Schema-monk]] Cyriacus of [[Valaam Monastery|Valaam]] (1798).
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Saint Lydia of Thyatira
Saint Daumantas of Pskov

Saint Lydia of Thyatira (Lydia of Philippi), Equal-to-the-Apostles (mentioned in Acts 16:14-15), (1st c.); Martyrs Thalelaeus the Unmercenary (Thallelaios), at Anazarbus in Cilicia, and his companions martyrs Alexander and Asterius (284); Martyr Asclas of the Thebaid, Egypt (287); Sts. Zabulon and Susanna, of Cappadocia and Jerusalem (parents of St. Nina (Nino), enlightener of Georgia), (4th c.); Saint Mark the Hermit (Marcus Eremita) (5th c.); Saint Dodo, disciple of Saint David of Georgia (David Gareja monastery complex) (609) (see also May 17); Holy Martyrs of Mamilla, Jerusalem (614); Saint Thalassius the Myrrh-gusher, of Libya (648); Saints John, Joseph and Nicetas, monks of Nea Moni on Chios (ca.1050); Saint Plautilla the Roman, martyr, (67); Hieromartyr Baudelius, missionary in France and northern Spain, martyred in Nîmes (2nd or 3rd c.); Virgin-martyr Basilla (304); Saint Hilary (Hilarius, Hilaire), Bishop of Toulouse in France (360); Saint Anastasius, Bishop of Brescia in Lombardy, in Italy (610); Saint Austregisilus (Aoustrille, Outrille), Bishop of Bourges and Confessor (624); Saint Theodore of Pavia, Bishop of Pavia (778); Saint Ethelbert (Albert, Albright), King of East Anglia in England, martyr (794) (see also May 29); Saint Daumantas of Pskov (Timothy, Dovmont-Timothy), prince of Pskov (1299)]; Saint Stephen, Abbot of Piperi in Serbia (1697); New Martyrs of Moscow (1922): Hieromartyr Macarius - priest-monk, Hieromartyrs Alexander (Zaozersky) and Basil (Sokolov) - Protopresbyters, Hieromartyr Christopher (Nadezhdin) - priest, Martyr Sergius (Tikhomirov); Venerable New Martyr Olympiada (Verbetska), Igumenia of Kozelschansk women's monastery of the Nativity of the Mother of God (1938); Other Commemorations: Translation of the holy relics (1087) of Saint Nicholas the Wonderworker (343); Uncovering of the relics (1431) of Saint Alexis, Metropolitan of Moscow, Wonderworker of All Russia (1378); Repose of Schema-monk Cyriacus of Valaam (1798).

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