Martyrs of Palestine
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Five groups who suffered in the region of modem Palestine.
(date unknown) A group of thirty-three anonymous martyrs. Feastday: August 16 (d.c. 410) Monks slain by Arabs invading the region in the reign of Emperor Theodosius II. Feastday: May 28 (d.c. 509) A group of hermits slain by the invading Saracens. Feastday: February 19 (d.c. 614) Approximately fifteen hundred martyrs slain at Samaria. Feastday: June 22 (d.c. 614) Forty-four hermits at St. Sabbas Monastery, massacred during a local war. Feastday: May 16
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