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with Stephanus (known as Stephana, Corona), with Victor. We died as martyrs in Kemet 8 May. Latin Rite tradition places Victor in Kemet (Coma), where I soldiered in Alexandria (or Coma) under Antonius Pius (136 to 161 A.D.).
After attempts to kill me, I finally died by beheaded. Corona, my young wife, 16 years of age encouraged me. She was tied to two trees, which were bound together, then released. This ripped her in two. 14 May (in Italy); 15 May at Osimo; 22 Sept.
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