Aedesius, S.


Aedesius, S.

S. Aedesius, M. (8. Apr.) Der hl. Aedesius zu Alexandria in Aegypten, war der Bruder des hl. Apphianus und ein Schüler des gelehrten Pamphilus. Unter der Regierung des Kaisers Maximian Galerius wurde er des christlichen Glaubens wegen ergriffen und zu den Bergwerken verurtheilt; als er aber einst dem Richter öffentlich Vorwürfe darüber gemacht hatte, daß er gottgeweihte zarte Jungfrauen den Löwen preisgegeben, da wurde er zuerst auf das Grausamste mißhandelt und dann in's Meer geworfen. Sein Name steht am 8. April im römischen Martyrologium.



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