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[[Image:Dormition.jpg|100px|The Dormition of the Theotokos]]
 
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</div>[[Afterfeast]] of the [[Dormition]]; [[Martyr]] Andrew Stratelates ("the General") and 2,593 soldiers with him in Cilicia<!-- [Eph 6:10-17; Lk 21:12-19] --->; Martyrs Timothy, Agapius, and Thekla of Palestine; [[Saint]] Pitirim, [[Bishop]] of Perm; Saint Theophanes, [[Wonder-worker]] of Macedonia; Saint Theophanes, new Wonder-worker of Macedonia ([[Dochiariou Monastery (Athos)]]); Saint Credan, [[Abbot]] of Evesham; Saint Edbert, [[monk]] of Northumbria; Martyrs Eutychianos the soldier, and Strategios; opening of the [[relics]] of Saint Gennadius, Abbot of Kostroma; commemoration of the [[icon]] of the Most Holy [[Theotokos]] "Of the Don," and the [[interecession]] against the Tatars' attack
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</div>[[Afterfeast]] of the [[Dormition]]; [[Martyr]] Andrew Stratelates ("the General") and 2,593 soldiers with him in Cilicia<!-- [Eph 6:10-17; Lk 21:12-19] --->; Martyrs Timothy, Agapius, and Thekla of Palestine; [[Saint]] Pitirim, [[Bishop]] of Perm; Saint Theophanes, [[Wonder-worker]] of Macedonia; Saint [[Theophanes the New|Theophanes]], new Wonder-worker of Macedonia ([[Dochiariou Monastery (Athos)]]); Saint Credan, [[Abbot]] of Evesham; Saint Edbert, [[monk]] of Northumbria; Martyrs Eutychianos the soldier, and Strategios; opening of the [[relics]] of Saint Gennadius, Abbot of Kostroma; commemoration of the [[icon]] of the Most Holy [[Theotokos]] "Of the Don," and the [[intercession]] against the Tatars' attack
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The Dormition of the Theotokos

Afterfeast of the Dormition; Martyr Andrew Stratelates ("the General") and 2,593 soldiers with him in Cilicia; Martyrs Timothy, Agapius, and Thekla of Palestine; Saint Pitirim, Bishop of Perm; Saint Theophanes, Wonder-worker of Macedonia; Saint Theophanes, new Wonder-worker of Macedonia (Dochiariou Monastery (Athos)); Saint Credan, Abbot of Evesham; Saint Edbert, monk of Northumbria; Martyrs Eutychianos the soldier, and Strategios; opening of the relics of Saint Gennadius, Abbot of Kostroma; commemoration of the icon of the Most Holy Theotokos "Of the Don," and the intercession against the Tatars' attack