Book of Saints – Domitius, Pelagia, Aquila, Eparchius and Theodosia


DOMITIUS, PELAGIA, AQUILA, EPARCHIUS and THEODOSIA (Saints) Martyrs (March 23) (4th century) Saint Domitius was a Phrygian, and died by the sword under Julian the Apostate (A.D. 361), probably at Caesarea in Palestine. Saint Domitius is said to have provoked his own arrest by publicly attacking the errors of heathenism in the Circus where the people were gathered for the festival games held in honour of the gods. With him several other Christians suffered.

MLA Citation

  • Monks of Ramsgate. “Domitius, Pelagia, Aquila, Eparchius and Theodosia”. Book of Saints, 1921. CatholicSaints.Info. November 2012. Web. 21 April 2019. <>