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Who is Anesius?
Anesius is one of several Christian martyrs in Africa commemorated as saints on March 31. The Martyrologium Romanum mentions Anesius, Theodulus, and Cornelia. All mentioned saints were canonized pre-congregation. Other sources, including Commentarium Historicum ad Universum Romanum Martyrologium, includes other names including Felix, Portus, Abdas, and Valeria.
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by Samuel Macauley Jackson, Talbot Wilson Chambers, Frank Hugh Foster
Anesius (1630), and Osiander (1680), on the Continent, and Bishops Hall and Sanderson, and Jeremy Taylor and Richard ...
by William Smith, Samuel Cheetham
ANESIUS, of Africa, commemorated March 31 (Mart. Hieron.). [C.] ANGARIENSE CONCILIUM. [SANGA- RIENSE CONCILIUM.] ANGELS and ARCHANGELS, in CHRISTIAN ART. The representations of angels in Christian art, at various ...
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