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The Cult of Saints in Late Antiquity


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


Name

Jeremias, Enoch, and Sibylla

Saint ID

S00773

Gender
Male
Female
Type of Saint
Groups and pairs of saints
Related Evidence Records
IDTitle
E01247Coptic funerary inscription on marble from the necropolis of the monastery of Apa Jeremias at Saqqara (Lower Egypt) with an invocation to the typical group of saints celebrated at Saqqara: *Michael (the Archangel, S00181), *Mary (Mother of Christ, S00033), *Gabriel (the Archangel, S00192), *Adam (S00772), Apa *Jeremias, Apa *Enoch, and Ama *Sibylla (S00773), datable to the 8th/9th c.
E01248Coptic joint funerary inscription on marble probably from the monastery of Apa Jeremias at Saqqara (Lower Egypt) with an invocation to the typical group of saints celebrated at Saqqara: Apa *Jeremias, Apa *Enoch, and Ama *Sibylla (S00773), *Mary (Mother of Christ, S00033), and *Michael (the Archangel, S00181), possibly of the 8th/9th century.
E01249Coptic joint funerary inscription on marble most likely from the necropolis of the monastery of Apa Jeremias at Saqqara (Lower Egypt) with an invocation to the typical group of saints celebrated at Saqqara: Apa *Jeremias, Apa *Enoch, and Ama *Sibylla (S00773), the Archangels *Michael (S00181) and *Gabriel (S00192),*Mary (Mother of Christ, S00033), *Adam and *Zoe/Eve (S00772), Apa *Apollo (founder of the monastery at Bawit, 4th century, S00160), Apa *Phib, and Apa *Anoup (S00774), and other holy men, possibly of the 8th/9th century.
E01921Coptic contract amongst two monks from the monastery of Apa *Jeremias (S00773) at Memphis concerning duties on a ship, from Memphis (Lower Egypt), datable to the 8th century.
E02168Greek donation document from Memphis (Lower Egypt), mentioning the monastery of *Jeremia (S00773); dated 17 September 545.
E02225Greek letter from a presbyter to his superior concerning the purchase of wine, presumably from the area of Hermopolis (Middle Egypt), ending with an oath to *Jeremias (S00773); datable to the 6th century.
E04139Coptic ostracon from Hermonthis (Upper Egypt) with a letter asking for prayers and announcing the shipment of vegetables as a donation to Apa *Jeremias (S00773); datable to the 7th/8th century.
E04312Greek fiscal codex from Aphrodito (Upper Egypt), offering a list of fugitives and mentioning among them monks from the monastery of *Christophoros (presumably the martyr of Pamphylia, S00616) in the pagarchy of Panopolis (Upper Egypt), of *Jeremias (S00773) and *Kyriakos (presumably the child martyr of Tarsus, son of *Ioulitta/Julitta, S00007) in the pagarchy of the Thinite nome (Upper Egypt), as well as another of *Kyriakos in the pagarchy of Panopolis (Upper Egypt); dated around the year 709.
E05465Coptic inscription from Wadi Sarga (Upper Egypt), with an invocation of *Moses (Old Testament prophet and lawgiver, S00241), *Enoch (Old Testament patriarch, S00762), Apa *Jeremia (S00773), Apa *Papohe (S02066), Apa *Apollo (S00774), Apa *Anoup (S00774), Apa *Pshoi (S01245), Apa *Pamoun (S00775); datable to the 7th/8th century.