Ammonius Victor, S. (23)

23S. Ammonius Victor, (20. Oct.), ein Martyrer, welcher im J. 1642 aus den Katacomben nach Lucca gebracht wurde. Er soll am 20. Oct. gemartert worden seyn.



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