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ST. TIMOTHY, M.

THIS holy man went from Antioch to Rome; and having preached there about a year, was beheaded by order of the tyrant Maxentius, son of Maximian Herculeus, in 311. The Roman Martyrology and Breviary join his name with those of the two foregoing martyrs. See Tillemont; Baillet. &c.








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