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The Cult of Saints in Late Antiquity


from its origins to circa AD 700, across the entire Christian world


Name

Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John, physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt

Saint ID

S00406

Number in BH

BHG 469-470, 472-479i

Gender
Male
Type of Saint
Martyrs, Physicians, Groups and pairs of saints
Related Evidence Records
IDTitle
E00563Greek epigram, by the medical scholar Senekas, composed to be inscribed on the book of the Miracles of *Kyros and Ioannes (Cyrus and John) (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) by Sophronius of Jerusalem (written in c. 610). Recorded in the 10th c. Greek Anthology.
E01001Two Coptic miracles of Apa *Mena (soldier and martyr of Abu Mena, S00073), attributed to the time of Damian, archbishop of Alexandria (576–605), concerned with the building of his shrine and the celebration of his feast day; preserved in a 9th century parchment codex.
E01689Greek inscription on a house at Barad/Brad in the Limestone Massif (north Syria), with a list of six or more saints: a saint *John (presumably either the Baptist, S00020, or the Apostle and Evangelist, S00042), *Dometios (monk of Syria, later 4th c., S00414), *George (soldier and martyr, S00259), *Christophoros (martyr of Pamphylia, S00616), *Euphemia (probably the martyr of Chalcedon, S00017), *Philotheos (possibly the martyr of Antioch, S00878), possibly *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406), a certain *Eusebios, possibly *Thomas the Apostle (S00199), and other unnamed martyrs. Probably 5th/6th c.
E01832Inscribed red marble reliquary from the East church (the cathedral church) in Apamea on the Orontes (central Syria), recording relics of the following saints: *Ioudas, a saint whose name is lost (D[---]),*Kallinikos (possibly the martyr of Gangra, S00923), *Ioannes/John 'Stratiotes', and the *Forty Martyrs of Sebasteia (S00103). Probably 6th c.
E02897The Church Calendar of Ioane Zosime, compiled in Georgian in the 10th century, based however on the 5th-7th c. prototype from Jerusalem, commemorates on 31 January *Zacharias (bishop of Jerusalem, ob. 632, S01363), *Kyros and Ioannes (physician martyrs in Egypt, S00406).
E03209The early seventh-century Georgian version of the Lectionary of Jerusalem commemorates at the church of the Holy Anastasis on 28 June *Kyros and Iōannēs/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406).
E03563Three fragmentary Greek homilies of the 5th or 6th centuries, attributed to Cyril of Alexandria, refer to the translation of the relics of *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) from the shrine of *Mark (the Evangelist, S00293) in Alexandria to the church of the Evangelists at the monastery of Metanoia, between Kanopos and Menuthis (Lower Egypt). The author refers to the story of the martyrs and the identification of their relics. The new shrine (martyrion) aims at preventing the locals from visiting pagan shrines for healing.
E03580Floor-mosaic with a bilingual Greek and Christian-Palestinian Aramaic inscription possibly referring to an unspecified saint *John (presumably either the Baptist, S00020, or the Apostle and Evangelist, S00042), sometimes argued to have recorded the names of *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Alexandria, S00406). Found at Khirbet Umm er-Rus near Beit Jimal and Eleutheropolis, in the Judean Hills, c. 20 km to the southwest of Jerusalem (Roman province of Palaestina I). Probably 6th-7th c.
E03784The Church Calendar of Ioane Zosime, compiled in Georgian in the 10th c., based however on 5th-7th c. prototypes from Palestine, commemorates on 28 June probably *Habbakuk (Old testament prophet, S01268), *Kyros and Iōannēs/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) and their companion martyred women (S00167), and the Apostles *Peter (S00036) and Paul (S00008).
E04077Coptic funerary inscription from unknown Egyptian provenance, invoking God to take care of a presbyter of Apa *Kyros (S01932); datable to the 6th–8th century.
E05914Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (2), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed a certain Theodoros from leucoma at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E06029Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (1), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed a certain Ammonios from scrofula and a stomach disease at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E06035Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (3), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed the broken leg of a certain Kalos at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E06037Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (4), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed a certain Isidoros from a pulmonary disease at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E06044Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (5), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed from an occlusion a certain philoponos Menas, director of a confraternity in Alexandria of *Andrew (the Apostle (S00288), at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E06247Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (6), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed from an inguinal fistula a certain Geddaios, at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E06259Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (7), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed, at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt), the weakness of the legs of a certain Menas of Alexandria. Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E06263Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (8), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) saved from shipwreck a certain Christodoros of Alexandria, and later, summoned by *Theodore (soldier and martyr of Amaseia and Euchaita, S00480), also cure him of buboes. Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E06839Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (9), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed a certain Theodora from an eye disease at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E06903Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (10), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed a certain girl Marou from both teeth and ear diseases at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E06938Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (11), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) saved the life of a certain little girl after she had fallen out of a window of her house by their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt) and tells a symbolic dream of a certain deacon Ioannes which predicted this miracle. Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E06978Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (12), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed a certain Ioulianos in body and soul by making him renounce the heresy of the Gaianites and join the Catholic Church in the church of Theonas in Alexandria (Lower Egypt) dedicated to *Mary (Mother of Christ, S00033). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07022Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (13), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed a certain Elias of leprosy at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt), even though he also sought aid from *Metras (martyr of Alexandria, S00045) at his shrine in Alexandria. Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07026Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (14), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) delivered a certain Theopompos from a demonic possession at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07028Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (15), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes /Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed a certain Ioannes from elephantiasis at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07056Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (16), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed a certain Zacharias from a testicle disease at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07057Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (17), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed a certain Ioannes from a thigh disease at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07062Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (18), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed a certain Paulos from a head disease at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07063Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (19), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed a certain woman Stephanis from cancer at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07066Clay stamp bearing an image of two male saints, and a Greek inscription mentioning a martyr whose name is lost. Found during archaeological excavations at Chersonesos/Cherson (north Black Sea); 6th century.
E07068Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (20), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed a certain Maria from dropsy at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07070Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (21), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed a certain Martyria from a stomach disease at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07094Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (22), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed a certain Sarapammon from a leg disease at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07096Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (23), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed a certain Gennadios from a head disease at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07099Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (24), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed two women (one rich, one poor), both named after the martyr Iouliana (perhaps Iuliana/Iouliana, the fellow martyr of Paulos of Ptolemais, S01535), respectively from a chest disease and blindness, at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07102Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (25), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed a certain Elpidia from a bloody flux at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07108Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (26), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed a certain Theodora from stomach pains at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07111Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (27), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed a certain Theodoros from poison in his intestines at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07113Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (28), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed a certain Photeinos from blindness at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt), involving in the cure a follower of the doctrine of fatality; the latter commemorated the event by setting up images at the shrine of Christ, *John the Baptist (S00020) and Saint Kyros. Sophronius also mentions a church in Alexandria dedicated to the *Three Children (presumably the Three Hebrew Youths of the Old Testament Book of Daniel, S01198). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07147The Greek Life of *Spyridon (bishop of Trimithous in Cyprus, ob. 348, S00790) by Theodore, bishop of Paphos, paraphrases a biography of the saint by Triphyllios, which was written in verse in the late 4th century (now lost). Theodore augments Triphyllios’ poem with a miracle account derived from a version of the saint’s life, reportedly found in Egypt, and five miracle stories collected by the author himself. Written around AD 656 and read at the saint's festival in Trimithous.
E07148The Greek Life of *Spyridon (bishop of Trimithous in Cyprus, ob. 348, S00790) by Theodore, bishop of Paphos, reports a miracle of the saint, which was depicted in a painting in his church at Trimithous, but not understood until identified from an account of the saint’s life found in Egypt which was read at the saint’s feast in 656. Written in c. 656 in Paphos or Trimithous.
E07156Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (29), recounts how *Kyros/Cyrus and Ioannes/John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) punished and then healed a certain Athanasia who doubted their sainthood on account of the lack of reliable trial records for their martyrdom. Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07359Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (30), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed and converted the teacher of medecine, Gesios, at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07360Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (31), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) punished a certain Theodoros for his blasphemy, by depriving him of his sight, and later restored it; all at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07361Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (32), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) punished with death a certain pagan, Theodoros, for sacrilegiously taking communion at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07362Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (33), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed at her home in Alexandria a certain Kosmiana, from an injury to her back incurred on a journey to their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07363Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (34), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed, at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt), a boy, Kallinikos, from a terrible pain in the stomach caused by a serpent that he had swallowed. Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07364Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (35), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) liberated a certain Theophilos from a magical binding spell at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07375Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (36), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406), through multiple appearances in dreams healed from gout and converted Theodoros, an heretical follower of Julian of Halicarnassus, at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). An icon is described which represented Christ, Mary (Mother of Christ, S00033) and John (the Baptist, S00020), surrounded by prophets, apostles and martyrs. Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07439Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (37), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed from blindness and converted a certain Ioannes, an heretical follower of Theodosius and Severus, at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07545Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (38), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed from blindness and converted a certain Stephanos, an heretical follower of Theodosius and Severus, at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07546Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (39), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed and converted two heretics, followers of the sect of Theodosius and Severus, at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07548Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (40), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed several times a certain Ioannes and delivered him from a demonic possession, at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07549Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (41), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed from a monstrous deformity a certain boy Menas, named after *Menas (soldier and martyr buried at Abu Mena, S00073), at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07558Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (42), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed a certain Eugenios from dropsy, at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07559Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (43), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed a certain Taurinos from a leg disease, at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07560Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (44), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed a certain virgin Anna from a stomach disease, at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07573Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (45), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) heal a camel-driver of deafness, at their shrine at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07665Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (46), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed from blindness two men who came to their sanctuary in Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt), sending them to the pool of Siloam in Jerusalem. The great sanctuary of *Menas (soldier and martyr buried at Abu Mena, S00073), near the Mareotis, is also mentioned. Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07692Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (47), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed from blindness a certain Patrikios at their sanctuary at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07693Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (48), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed from a mysterious disease of the intestines a certain Antonios, and an Egyptian woman, at their sanctuary at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07694Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (49), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) punished two thieves who appropriated offerings dedicated to them at their sanctuary at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07695Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (50), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed a certain Nonnos from a leg disease at their sanctuary at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E07696Sophronius of Jerusalem, in his Miracles of the Saints Cyrus and John (51), recounts how *Kyros and Ioannes/Cyrus and John (physician and soldier, martyrs of Egypt, S00406) healed a certain Georgios from a cataract and delivered him from death during a pestilence, all at their sanctuary at Menouthis (near Alexandria, Lower Egypt). He also mentions veneration of *Paul (the Apostle, S00008) and *Menas (soldier and martyr buried at Abu Mena, S00073). Written in Greek in Alexandria, 610/615.
E08077Six relic labels at the monastery of Saint-Maurice d'Agaune (south-east Gaul), datable by their script to the 2nd half of the 7th c., for relics of various saints. Written in Latin, either where the relics originated, or at Saint-Maurice d'Agaune.