St. Apollinaris Syncletica
Hermitess listed in the Roman Martyrology and having a somewhat romantic origin. Apollinaris was supposedly the daughter of an emperor of Rome; she put on male clothes and lived as hermit called Dorotheus in the desert. Apollinaris lived in Egypt as a disciple of St. Macrius. Her true story was revealed at her death.
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