Agathinus, S.

Agathinus, S.

S. Agathinus, M. (20. Sept.) Nach Migne war der hl. Agathinus ein Martyrer zu Synnada in Phrygien, litt den Tod um des Glaubens willen mit vier Andern und wird am angegebenen Tage bei den Griechen verehrt. Die Bollandisten führen aber unter den Martyrern zu Synnada in Phrygien den hl. Agathinus am 20. Sept. nicht auf. (Mg.) 1858.

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