Copres, and Alexander, Kemet ascetics. Martyrs.
I, Patermuthius, was a 75 years old, Kemetian hermit. I was originally a robber.
My follower and converter, the monk Copres (Copri) and I were arraigned by Julian the Apostate. Torture weakened Copri. We were thrownin the furnace with a soldier who had converted, Alexander. 4th century, 9 July, 17 Dec.
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