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Tuesday, November 15, 1831 (November 3, 1831 by the Julian calendar)
22nd Week after Pentecost, Tone four
Martyrs Acepsimas the Bishop, Joseph the Presbyter, and Aeithalas the Deacon, of Persia (376).
Dedication of the Church of the Great-martyr George in Lydda (4th c.).
New Hieromartyrs Basil, Peter, Basil, Alexander, Vladimir, Sergius, Nicolos, Vicentius, John, Peter, Alexander, Paul priests and Simeon deacon (1937).
Virgin-martyr Evdokia (1938).
Martyrs Atticus, Agapius, Eudoxius, Carterius, Istucarius (Styrax), Pactobius (Tobias), and Nictopolion, at Sebaste (320).
St. Acepsimas, hermit of Cyrrhus in Syria (4th c.).
St. Snandulia of Persia (380).
St. Anna, daughter of Prince Vsevolod I Yaroslavich (1112).
St. Elias of Egypt.
St. Achaemonides, (or Hormisdas), confessor, of Persia (4th).
St. Winifred of Treffynon (Holywell), N. Wales, (630) (Celtic & British).
St. Theodore, confessor, bishop of Ancyra (8-9th c.) (Greek).
New Martyr Hieromonk George of Neopolis, Asia Minor (1797) (Greek).
St. Hubert of Maastricht (727) (Neth.).
St. Nicholas of Iveron and Georgia (1308) (Georgia).
St. Pimen of Zographou, Mt. Athos (16th-17th c.).
The Meeting (1196) of St. Sava (1235) and St. Symeon the Myrrh-gusher (1200) of Serbia at Vatopedi, Mt. Athos.
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