3. The other was born at Sebaste in Armenia, and was put to death during the persecution under Diocletian, A. D. 303-311.
He is said to have been tortured, and thrown to the wild beasts, and, when these refused to touch him, at last beheaded; it is added that milk, instead of blood, issued from his neck, upon which the executioner immediately professed himself to be a Christian, and accordingly suffered martyrdom with him. His memory is celebrated by the Greek and Romish churches on the 15th of July. (Marlyrologium Romanum ;
Bzovius, Nomenclator Sanctorum Professione Medicorum; Acta Sanctorum,
Jul. 15, vol. iv. p. 25; Clementis, Menologium Graecorum,
vol. iii. p. 168; Fabricius, Biblioth. Graeca,
vol. xiii. p. 64, ed. vet.)