Ampelus, SS.

Ampelus, SS.

SS. Ampelus et Cajus, MM. (20. Nov.) Die hhl. Ampelus und Cajus litten zu Messina in Sicilien den Martertod und stehen am 20. Nov. im Mart. Rom. 1858.

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