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St. Tigrius & Eutropius

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Feastday: January 12
Death: ~404

Two martyrs who suffered as a result of their support of St. John Chrysostom. Members of the Church in Constantinople (Tigrius was a priest and Eutropius his lector), they were outspoken defenders of John Chrysostom who was banished from the imperial capital and later died from abuse at the hands of his captors. The two were subsequently arrested by imperial officials, charged with trying to set fire to the cathedral and senate house of Constantinople (modern Istanbul, Turkey). Eutropius died during the torture inflicted upon him. Tigrius was exiled to Asia Minor, where he died.

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