Medieval Slavic menologies

Verse prologue of 1295 (1295)

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September 1

[E] [SS] [S] [S] [E] [S] [SS] [S] и [SS] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [E] [E] [S] [S] [Spasskij says only 1295 and Nikod. have this entry. Vladimir doesn't list this one for 1295.]

September 2

[S] [presumably] [S] [SS] [S] Ἐλεαζάρου τοῦ ἱερέως [S] Φινεές, [SS] [1295 apparently omits Julianus] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [apparently a duplicate entry for Eutychianus? Spasskij indicates that Sirl has this saint also, decribed as martyred on a cross] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

September 3

[S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [Holweck 1924 states that the Russian tradition includes Archontion with Zeno and Chariton but that Archontion is not in the Martyrologium Romanum.] [S] [S] [S]

September 4

[SS] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] Centurion [SS] [S] [S] καὶ [S] [per Vladimir] [SS] [per Vladimir] [S] [S] [S] [SS]

September 5

[S] [presumably] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [E] [S] [S] . [Cf. CT 6 Sept]

September 6

[E] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [probably; Spasskij gives only one Cyriacus] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [E] [S] [S]

September 7

[S] [S] [SS] [S] [S]

September 8

[E] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S]

September 9

[SS] [S] [S] [S] [E] [SS] . [S]

September 10

[SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [per Vladimir] [S]

September 11

[S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S]

September 12

[E] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [SS] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

September 13

[E] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S]

September 14

[E] [S] [E] [E] [SS] [S] ] [S] [S]

September 15

[S] [S] [S] [S] [E] [S] [S] [SS]

September 16

[S] [S] [see also 24 Oct] [S] [see also 29 Oct]

September 17

[SS] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] καὶ [S] [SS] [SS] [Agathocleia is listed separately above on this date] [S] и [S] [SS] [SS] [S] [S]

September 18

[S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

September 19

[SS] [S] [S] [S] [S]

September 20 (9/20)

[SS] [S] [S] καὶ [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [companion Basilla appears several entries below] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [SS]

September 21

[S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [1295 omits Nestor] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [Filantropov does not name these] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [probably] [S] [S] [S]

September 22

[S] [S] [S] [S] [probably, with AA; cf. Spasskij's conjecture (t. I, 292) of Isaac, Greek martyr with Martin, who is already in the group Priscus, Martin, and Nicholas in 1295 this date ] [SS] [S] [S] [S]

September 23

[E] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] τῶν ἁγίων γυναικῶν [S] καὶ [S]

September 24

[S] [S] [SS] [S] [in prologue verses for this date; see also the CT entry on this date for a female saint "Perse" alone, likely originally a misinterpretation of the toponym "Persia" in Gabdela's description.]

September 25

[S] [S] [E] μεγάλου σεισμοῦ καἱ εἰς ἀέρα ἁρπαγῆς παιδὸς. [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S]

September 26

[E] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S]

September 27

[SS] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS]

September 28

[S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] , [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [SS] [Eustathius generally has only one companion, Callinicus; 1295 inserts Alexander and 30 soldiers into this set] [S] [saintset Eustathius and Callinicus is interrupted by Alexander, martyr at Calytus and 30 soldiers] [SS] [Spasskij believes this is Alexander, martyr at Calytus again, and 30 soldiers] [S] [SS] [S] Καλλινίκου,

September 29

[S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [SS] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

September 30

[S] [SS] [S] [S] καὶ [SS] [S] [perhaps Petronia as for 29 Sept] [S] [Spasskij lists this entry as Gudelia, but Filantropov gives it as Gobdela] [S] [S] [Cf. Spasskij identifies this Mardonius in 1295 alone as a martyr burned by coals.] [SS]

October 1 ()

[S] [SS] [S] [SS] [S] [S]

October 2

[SS] [S] [S] [S]

October 3

[S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [possibly Dionysius, Faustus, et al., also this date?] [SS] [S]

October 4

[S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] Γαΐου, [S] Φαύστου, [S] Εὐσεβίου, καὶ [S] Χαιρήμονος.

October 5

[SS] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [see also 12 Oct]

October 6

[S] [S] [see also 13 Oct] [S]

October 7

[SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [E]

October 8

[S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [Like (CT) P, 1295 omits the companions] [S] Ἀννης [S]

October 9

[S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [see also 12 Oct] [S] [Filantropov adds 'i Kerku', but no such name has been come across elsewhere] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S]

October 10

[SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S]

October 11

[S] [S] [see also 17 Oct] [SS] [S] καὶ [S] [E] [SS] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S]

October 12

[SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [see also 5 Oct] [S] [see also 9 Oct] [SS] [S] [S]

October 13

[SS] [with 882, Carp specifies only Carpus and Papylus] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [see also 6 Oct] [S] [S]

October 14

[SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

October 15

[S] [see also 17 Oct] [S] [SS] [S] [S] . [S] [see also 16 Oct] [S]

October 16

[SS] [S] [SS] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [see also 15 Oct] [S]

October 17

[S] [S] [E] [S] [SS] [SS] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] καὶ [S] [S] [see also 15 Oct] [S] [S] [see also 11, 21 Oct] [SS] [S] [S]

October 18

[S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S]

October 19

[S] [S] [SS] [S] [SS] [S]

October 20 ( )

[S] [SS] [S] [S] [SS] [1295 has only Milles and Eborus] [S] [S] [SS] [1295 omits Ennatha] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] Τερτίου,

October 21

[S] [SS] [S] [S] καὶ [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [1295 omits Hypatius and Sazonius] [S] [SS] [Holweck names some of the companions as Joseph, John, Shapur, Isaac, Hypatius, Azotus, Sazonius, Thecla, Baula, Denachis, and Anna] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [see also 11, 17 Oct]

October 22

[S] [SS] [S] , [S] [S] Μαρτινιανός, [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [see also 23 Oct] [S] [S] [S] [S]

October 23

[S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [interrupted in 1295 by Petronius and two boys] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [see also 22s Oct]

October 24

[S] [SS] [S] [see also 16 Sept] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

October 25

[SS] [S] и [S] [S] [SS] [probably; 1295 interrupts this set with Sabinus] [S] [Probably, although Filantropov lists this as Valerianus, since Chrysaphus also occurs this date] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [SS] [1295 and its relatives insert a Papiscus after Papias, per Filantropov] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS]

October 26

[S] [SS] [see also 27 Oct] [S] [S] [S] [S] [E]

October 27

[S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [per Filantropov, 1295 et al. contain a story about Iberians.] [SS] [see also 26 Oct] [S] [S] [SS]

October 28

[SS] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] . [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [also 29 Oct] [SS] [1295 names only Terentius, Pompeius, and Africanus] [S] , [S] [S] [SS] [SS] [perhaps; this entry per Spasskij, 1901 vol. II: 334; also No. 1136, Xlud. 146. Spasskij suggests these are Georgian saints.] τῶν ἐν τῷ χάσματι τῶν ἀνατολικῶν ἁγίων πατρῶν.

October 29

[S] [SS] [S] s [S] [S] [also 28 Oct] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [see also 16 Septs] [S] [S] [S]

October 30

[SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [1295 inserts Joshua/Jesus] [S] [S] [first of two entries] [S] [S] [first of two entries] [S] [S] [S] [second of two entries] [S] [second of two entries] [S] [see also 16 Septs] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [also in H, for 29 Oct, so not Joseph I of Constantinople, who died in 1283.] [SS] [1295 and CT do not list Domnina and child] [S] [S] , [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

October 31

[SS] [1295 omits Appeles] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [probably] [E] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S]  [S] [S] [probably for Bassa, as in CT 29 Oct] [S] [probably, as in CT 29 Oct, although Filantropov names a wife Anne instead of niece Mary] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [SS] [perhaps 33 martyrs at Meletine? 7 Nov] [SS] [S] [S]

November 1

[SS] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [SS] [Like Baron., 1295 names only Caesarius and Dasius] [S] , [S] [SS] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [per Holweck, likely the same couple as Cyrena and Julitta] [S] [S] [SS] [also 2 Nov] [S] [S] [S]

November 2

[SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [SS] [1295 names only Eudocius, Agapius, and 8 companions] [S] [S] , [SS] [SS] [also 1 Nov] [S] [S] [S]

November 3

[SS] [S] [S] [S]  [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS]

November 4

[S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S]

November 5

[SS] [S] [S] [SS] [S] , [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [1295 also names companions Eupsychius, Pamphilus and Theophilus] [S] [S] [S] [Filantropov has 'Theophilus'] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

November 6

[S] [E] [S] [S]

November 7

[SS] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] καὶ [S] ς καὶ [S] [S] [S] [S] [also 9 Nov] [S]

November 8

[E] [SS] ]

November 9

[SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] τῆς ὁσίας Εὐστολίας, [SS] [S] [S] [S] [also 7 Nov] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S]

November 10

[SS] [1295 omits Tertius] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

November 11

[SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

November 12

[S] [S] [S] [S] [probably; Filantropov translates the honorific as "bishop of Constantinople in Gaul". Pope Martin was an Apostolic delegate at Constantinople and was tried there.] [S] [Per Filantropov, 1295 has Φραγγίας, whereas its relative 355 has Φρυγγίας ] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

November 13

[S]

November 14

[S]

November 15

[SS] [Filantropov does not mention companions in 1295 and related mss.] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [of this group, like P at 16 Nov, 1295 lists only Carterius, Eupsychius, and a Nearchus, in the ame order as P. Filantropov does not mention companions in 1295 and related mss.] [S] [S] [also in 1295, for Nov. 5] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [most likely, although Spasskij identifies this individual as Aza, martyr by drowning, usually 21 Oct.] [S]

November 16

[S]

November 17

[S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

November 18

[S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S]

November 19

[S] [S] [S] [SS] [SS] [S] , [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [SS] [SS] [S] [S] [S]

November 20

[S] [S] [S] [SS] [1295 omits the second Isaac, Baula, Anne, and the other companions except for Papas] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] ['Bautha', per Filantropov; or perhaps Baula/Paul] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S]

November 21

[E] [S]

November 22

[SS] [1295 inserts Onesimus into this group] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [Like H, 1295 omits Pancharius, and also omits the children; per Filantropov, 1295 alone among its relatives inserts Zacharias into this group] [S] [S] [S] [1295, alone among rels., per Spasskij, with Xlud. 144, but per Filantropov, his description in 1295 is ῾Ρωμαῖος] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S]

November 23

̇ [S] и [S] [S] [per Filantropov, subject of a story in 1295 and relatives] [S] [S]

November 24

[S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

November 25

[S] [S] [S] [S] [SS]

November 26

[S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

November 27

[S] [S] [S] [S]

November 28

[SS] [Like H, 1295 does not list Basil.] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S]

November 29

[S] [S] [S] [in Fa in Matéos's CT collation] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

November 30

[S] [S]

December 1

[S] [S] [S] [S] [Holweck is tentative in naming Ephesus] [S] [S] [per Spasskij] τοῦ ἁγίου μάρτυρος Θεοδώρου [S] [S]

December 2

[S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [1295 seems to list this saint twice consecutively, the second time calling him "Solomon, Archbishop of Ephesus"] [S] Ἄθλησις τοῦ ἁγίου μάρτυρος Ἀβίβου.

December 3

[S] [S] [S] [S] [1295 lists two Theoduli on this date] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [1295 describes them as at Constantinople]

December 4

[S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S]

December 5

[S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

December 6

[S] [E]

December 7

[S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [1295 lists Neophytus separately on this date] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S]

December 8

[S] [SS] [This may be the same group as the 300 martyrs listed in 1295 for 7 Dec.] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

December 9

[E] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S]

December 10

[SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [E] [S]

December 11

[S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S]

December 12

[S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S]

December 13

[SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

December 14

[SS] [1295 omits Callinicus] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [E]

December 15

[SS] [1295 interrupts this pair with Eleutherius Cubicularus] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [E] [S]

December 16

[SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [E] [S] [E] [S] [SS] [for the second Sunday before Christmas] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [Per Filantropov, listed individually with vitae, but Filantropov provides only Susanna, the last entry.] [S]

December 17

[SS] [SS] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [perhaps a second entry for Dunale/Daniel/Stephen?] [S] [probably; 1295 'Iacchus', per Spasskij and Filantropov.]

December 18

[SS] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [E] [S]

December 19

[S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] καὶ [SS] [S]

December 20

[S] [SS] [S] [S] [S]

December 21

[S] [S] [SS]

December 22

[SS] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [SS] [S] [E] φωτοβρόμιον τῆς τοῦ θεοῦ μεγάλης ἐκκλησίας. [per Filantropov]

December 23

[SS] [S] [S] [S] [E]

December 24

[S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

December 25

[E]

December 26

[E] [S] [S] [S] ...ἐν τοῖς Πολιλᾶ [S] [E] [S] ...ἐν τῇ ἁγίᾳ σορῷ ἀποθέσεως τῆς τιμίας ἐσθῆτος ὁπεραγίας θεοτόκου ἐν Βλαχέρναις. [SS] [specified for first Sunday after Christmas] [S] [S] [S]

December 27

[S] [S] [per Spasskij, t. II: 27; cf. Filantropov's identification of this entry in 1295 as Theodore I, Patriarch of Constantinople (op. cit., 531)]

December 28

[SS] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

December 29

[SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [E] ...τοῦ Χαλκοῦ Τετραπόλου.

December 30

[S] [S] [S] [S]

December 31

[S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S]

January 1

[E] : [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

January 2

[S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S]

January 3

[S] [S] [S] ...σημεισφόρου, τοῦ ἐν ἁγ. Ζαχαρίᾳ τῆς Ἀτρώας. [E] [SS] [SS]

January 4

[S] [SS] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [E] [Per Filantropov, near the Church os St. Achatius] [SS] [S] [S]

January 5

[S] [S] ... ἐν τῷ Ἀκρίτᾳ. [S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

January 6

[E]

January 7

[E] [S]

January 8

[S] [SS] [SS] [S] et [S] [SS] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [Per Fillantropov and Spasskij, 'samei'] [SS] [S] [S]

January 9

[S] [S] [S]

January 10

[S] [S] [S] [E] [S]

January 11

[S] [S] [E] Σύναξις [SS] τῶν ἁγίων μυρίων ἀγγὲλων. Τελεῖται δὲ ἔνδον τοῦ μαρτυρίου τῆς ἁγίας Ἀναστασίας ἐν τοῖς Δομνίνου. [S] [S] ἐν Πλακιδιαναῖς [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [per Spasskij]

January 12

[S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

January 13

[SS] [S] υ [S] [S] ...ἀγὸ Νγσίβεως. [S] [SS] [S] [S] [E] [S] ...τοῦ Βαθεωρύακος.

January 14

[SS] [also 33 monks at Raithu] [S] [S] ...τοῦ Χηνολάκκου. [S] [Per Filantropov, 1295 also lists the parable of the tax collector and the Pharisee for this Sunday.]

January 15

[S] ...πτωχῷ [S] [S] [SS] [per Spasskij, the same verses are given here as for 6 martyrs on 4 Jan]

January 16

[E] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

January 17

[S] [S] [S] [S]

January 18 (date illegible)

[SS] [S] [S] [S] [S]

January 19 (01/19.)

[S] [S] [S] [E] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [E] [S]

January 20

[S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] Τῇ αὐτῇ ἡμέρᾳ, [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S]

January 21

[S] [S] [S] [E] [S] [SS] [Per Filantropov, 1295 designates the Prodigal Son lection for the week]

January 22

[S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] , [S] Λέοντος, [SS]

January 23

[S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] ...ἐν τοῦ Παρείῳ. [E] [SS]

January 24

[S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [E] [S] [SS] [1295 omits Eugraphus] [S] [S] [S] [with P] ...Καλπασίου [S] [SS] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [E] [S] ...πλησίον τοῦ Ταύρου.

January 25

[S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] ...σχενοφύλακος

January 26

[SS] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [E] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [SS] ...ἐν φρούρα

January 27

[E] [Per Filantropov, also here an appeal to Cyriacus (unidentified)] [S] [S] [S] [S] [Per Filantropov, for Meatless Saturday]

January 28

[S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [Per Filantropov: for Meatless Sunday, the Second Coming]

January 29

[E] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [per Spasskij, this may be Mausimus, 23 Jan.]

January 30

[SS] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [E] [S] ...πέραν ἐν γεωρβία.

January 31 (date illegible)

[SS] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

February 1

[S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [SS] [S]

February 2

[E]

February 3

[SS] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [Per Filantropov, for Cheesefare Saturday]

February 4

[S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] ...Ἀρρβηλῆς.... [S] [S] [Per Filantropov, for Cheesefare Sunday.]

February 5

[S] [S] [S]

February 6

[S] [S] ...ἐν Ἐμέσῃ [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

February 7

[S] [S] [SS] [S] [SS] [S] ...ἐν Μονοβάτοις [SS] [1295 adds Theopemptus' wife] [S] [S]

February 8

[S] [S] [SS] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] ...Παφου νῆς Κύπρου [S]

February 9

[S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

February 10

[SS] [1295 inserts Ennatha, Valentina, and Paul into this group, and omits Theoctistus] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [per Filantropov, 1295 has 'of Constantinople'] [E] [S]

February 11

[S] [S] [SS]

February 12

[S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S]

February 13

[S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS]

February 14

[S] ...ἐν τῷ Βουνῷ [S] [S] [S]

February 15

[S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [E] Σύναξις ἐν τοῖς διακονίσσοις [S] [SS]

February 16

[SS] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [SS] ...ἐν τοῦ Μαρτυροπόλει [S] [S]

February 17

[S] [S] [E] [S] ...τοῦ Καλλικελάδου [S] [probably; also 882, Oh 'Auxentius', but Oh describes him as bishop of Cyprus] ...Σόλωνος τῆς Κόπρου [S] [E] [SS] [S] [S]

February 18

[S] [S] ...Συναίου [SS] [S] [S] ...τῆς Λυκίας [S] [SS] [S] [S]

February 19

[SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S]

February 20

[SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] ...ἐν Κύρου [S] [S]

February 21

[S] [S] [S] [S] [S] ...ἀπο Σχολαστικῶν [S]

February 22

[E] [SS] [the toponym 'Gate of Eugenia' is misunderstood as a saint Eugenia; also CarpAp] [S] [SS] [S] [SS] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [SS] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [Spasskij 1901 vol. 1: 52 lists the formula 'Blasius, Pope of Rome' for 1295, suggesting this is for Blasius/Blaise the bishop, but Filantropov renders it in Russian as 'Blasius the bishop']

February 23

[S] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S]

February 24

[E] [S]

February 25

[S] [S] [S] ...ἐν Δριπάρων τῆς Θράκης [S] ...Σχοπέλων [S] ...Ἀπαμείας Κύπρου [S] [S]

February 26

[S] [S]

February 27

[S] [S] [S] ...συναθκητῷ τοῦ Προκοπίου [S] [S] [S] [S]

February 28

[S] [S] [SS] [S] [S] [SS] [SS] [S] [S] [S] [S] [S] [E] [SS] [S] [SS] [per Filantropov, apparently 1295 adds a Christodulus]