Ammia (2)

2Ammia etc. MM. (10. April). Ammia, eine Prophetin, soll zu Philadelphia, Prudentiana oder Pudentiana soll in Numidien und Demetrias, eine römische Jungfrau, soll in Afrika um des Glaubens willen gelitten haben. Gewisse Nachricht von ihnen hat man jedoch nicht. 1858.

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