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Apostle Aristobulus of the Seventy, Bishop of Britain (1st c.) - (see also March 15 and October 31); Hieromartyr Alexander I, Pope of Rome (ca.117-138); Hieromartyrs Eventius and Theodoulus, Presbyters of the Church of Rome, martyred together with Pope Alexander of Rome (ca.117-138); Holy Ten Martyrs of Phoenicia, by the sword; Martyr Sabinus of Hermopolis, Egypt (287); Hieromartyrs Trophimus and Thalus, Priests of Laodicea (300); Martyr Papas of Lyconia - (see also November 10); Martyr Julian of Anazarbus, in Cilicia (305); Venerable Aninas of Mesopotamia the Wonderworker - (see also March 18); Hieromartyr Romanos, at Parium on the Hellespont; Martyrs Hilary of Aquileia and Tatian the Deacon, with Felix, Largus and Denis, under Numerian (ca.284); Saint Agapitus, Bishop of Ravenna (4th c.); Saint Finian Lobhar, Abbot of Swords Abbey near Dublin (ca.560); Saint Abbán of Kilabban (Ireland) (650); Saint Eusebia, Abbess at Hamay-les-Marchiennes near Arras, France (ca.680); Saint Dentlin (Dentelin, Denain), child-saint, considered a confessor of the faith (7th c.); Venerable John of Rufiana, ascetic of the Monasterium Rufianense (San Pedro de Montes), near Astorga, Spain; Saint Megingold (Megingaud, Mengold, Megingoz), Bishop of Würzburg (794); Saint Gregory Makar, former Bishop of Nicopolis in Armenia, then a hermit in Pithiviers near Orleans (ca.1000); Saint Heribert of Cologne, Archbishop of Cologne (1021); Venerable Christodoulos, Wonderworker of Patmos (1093); Venerable Pimen of Salosi, Fool-for-Christ, Enlightener of the Dagestani (North Caucasus people), and his companion Anthony of Meskhi, the Censurer of Kings (13th c.); New Monk-martyr Malachi of Rhodes, who suffered at Jerusalem (1500); Saint Serapion of Novgorod, Archbishop of Novgorod (1516) Saint Ambrose (Khelaia) the Confessor, Catholicos-Patriarch of All Georgia (1927); Venerable Eutropia (Isayenkova) of Kherson, clairvoyant (1968).