(Saint) (July 26) (10th century) An Armenian monk who, having lived for some years as a Solitary in Palestine, made a pilgrimage to Rome, and in the return journey entered the Benedictine monastery of Mantua, where he died a holy death (A.D. 1016). Many miracles wrought at his tomb led to his canonisation about fifty years later.
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