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Feastday: September 7

Death: 304


Martyr from Aquileia, near modern Venice, Italy. A fuller or cloth merchant, Anastasius moved to Salona in Dalmatia, Yugoslavia. There he painted a cross on the door of his shop and was speedily arrested and drowned.


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