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Feastday: November 25
Patron of Unmarried girls, Aalsum, apologists, craftsmen who work with a wheel (potters, spinners), archivists, dying people, educators, girls, jurists, knife sharpeners, lawyers, librarians, libraries, Balliol College, Massey College, maidens, mechanics
Birth: 282
Death: 305

and 41 martyrs with Fortunatus and Marcian and many others (305, 313 A.D.), 24 Nov.


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