Albinus et Lysias (15)

Albinus et Lysias (15)

15Albinus et Lysias (Lysianus), CC. (11. Juli). Albinus und Lysias (oder Lysianus) kommen im Supplement des Martyrologiums von Saussayus vor und wird darin gesagt, daß sie in Poitiers verehrt werden: allein die Bollandisten sind der Meinung, der erstere Albin sei kein anderer, als der sel. Bischof Albin von Angers, der am 1. März verehrt wird, und was den Lysias betreffe, so sei der Name corrumpirt und müsse eigentlich Lucianus heißen, dann aber sei er kein anderer als der hl. Lucian von Beauvais, dessen Fest am 8. Januar gefeiert werde. 1858.

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