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Seperatus, Narzalea, Cittinus, Veturius, Laetantius, Januaria, Generosa, Vestina, Donata, and Secunda. Known as the Scillitan Martyrs. We were caught at Africa Proconsularis, Carthage. Two trials later, authorities ordered us beheaded, 17 July 180 A.D. under Vigellius, first persecutor of Christians, Northwestern Africa. 17 July.


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