Acrates


Acrates

Acrates (Acras). (10. Aug.) Ein Acrates, auch Acras genannt, kommt mit mehreren Andern in äthiopischen Kalendern auf diesen Tag vor. Derselbe wird von Migne unter die »Heiligen« gerechnet.



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