- Aristarchus of Thessalonica
In Eastern Orthodox and
Eastern Catholictradition, Aristarchus is identified as one of the Seventy Apostles and bishop of Apamea. He is commemorated as a saint and martyr on January 4, April 14, and September 27.
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