(Saints) Martyrs (January 12) (5th century) Tigrius was a priest at Constantinople, but said to have been of Barbarian descent. Eutropius was a Lector or Reader in a church of the same city. Both were staunch adherents of Saint John Chrysostom; and, when the latter was banished by the Emperor Arcadius, were falsely accused of incendiarism, put to the torture, and deported into Asia. They seem to have died in prison about A.D. 405.
- Monks of Ramsgate. “Tigrius and Eutropius”. , 1921. CatholicSaints.Info. 27 December 2016. Web. 25 April 2017. <>