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Andrew, Bishop of Crete/Jerusalem, and Ambrose, Bishop of Milan (4 items)

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April 4 (2 items)
Oh saintSet [SS] Па · [S] прпомоу ѡц꙯ю ншемоу адрианоу· и [S] [Holweck notes that Ambrose's date of death, 4 Apr, was the feastday in the Middle Ages in England, France, and Germany] стомоу абросию̈·
ZT saintSet [SS] [S] [probably: see 882; also Oh; not in F72] а̇ндреа̇ мка и [S] [Holweck 1924: 60 notes that Ambrose's date of death, 4 Apr, was the feastday in the Middle Ages in England, France, and Germany] амвросиꙗ̇ ха ради ввьржена въ море· [this descriptor is part of the preceding entry for Theodulus and Agathopus. Spasskij attributes it erroneously to Ambrose, whom he interprets as a martyr thrown into the sea with Adrianus. Sreznevskij's rendition, however, does not identify Andrew or Ambrose as martyrs]
April 5 (2 items)
DC2 saintSet [SS] [S] андреа· и [S] [Holweck notes that Ambrose's date of death, 4 Apr, was the feastday in the Middle Ages in England, France, and Germany] амбросиа,
Slep saintSet [SS] [S] стмоу андреꙋ : и [S] амбросиꙋ :