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Capito, Bishop of Cherson, martyr (12 items)

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December 22 (4 items)
Bas saint [S] Μνήμη τοῦ ἁγίου ἱερομἀρτυρος Καπίτωνος ἐπισκόπου Χερσῶνος.
H saint [S] τοῦ ἁγίου Καπίτωνος ἐπισκόπου Χερσῶνος [...].
P saint [S] τοῦ ἁγίου Καπίτωνος, ἐπισκόπου Χερσῶνος ἐπὶ Θεοδοσίου μεγάλου.
ZT saint [S] сщеномнїка· капитона· еппа корсїньскаа̇го· [for херсеньскааго· ]
December 23 (2 items)
882 saint [S] стго капитона· ѥппа карсонска.
Oh saint [S] [probably; cf. Spasskij's (1901 vol. II p. 392) less likely suggestion that this is Paul, Bishop of Neocaesaria, onthis date in 1295] платона ['Plato', probably for (882) капитона 'Capito'] еппа·
March 4 (1 item)
Baron saintSet [SS] Apud Chersonesum passio sanctorum episcoporum [S] Basilii, [S] Eugenii, [S] Agathodori, [S] Elpidii, [S] Aetherii, [S] Capitonis, [S] Ephraem, [S] Nestoris, et [S] Arcadii.
March 6 (2 items)
H saintSet [SS] ἄθλησις τῶν ἁγίων μαρτύρων ϛʹ ἰεραρχῶν, τῶν ἐπισκοπησάντων ἐν Χερσῶνι· [S] Βασιλέως, [S] Εὐγενίου, [S] Ἀγαθοδώρου, [S] Ἐλπιδίου, [S] Αἰθερίου, [S] Καπίτωνος καὶ [S] Ἐφραίμ [...].
P saintSet [SS] τῶν ἁγίων μαρτύρων καὶ ἰεραρχῶν τῶν ἐπισκοπησάντων ἐν Χερσῶνι· [S] Βασιλέως, [S] Εὐγενίου, [S] Ἀγαθοδώρου καὶ[S] Ἐλπιδίου, καὶ[S] Αἰθερίου, καὶ[S] Καπίτωνος, καὶ [S] Ἐφραὶμ τῷ ιςʹ ἔτει τῆς βασιλείας Διοκλητιανοῦ.
March 7 (3 items)
B saintSet [SS] Ст꙯ьіхь мкь вь херьсинѣ [S] василиа [S] ефрема [S] капитона·
C saintSet [SS] ст꙯ихь мнкь вь херсиѡнѣ· [S] василиꙗ [S] ѥфрема [S] капитона.
Suprl event [E] мѫчениѥ [SS] стꙑи̇хъ и̇ славънꙑхъ новоя̇вьшиїхъ сꙙ мѫченикЪ· [S] ѳеѡ̈дора· [S] ко̇стантина· [S] ѳеѡ̈фила· [S] калиста· [S] васоя· и̇ [SS] држинЪі их  [SS] [vita 47 at end of ms., which margin note indicates is for Mar 7] житиѥ и̇ страсть стꙑи̇хъ оц꙯ь· и е̇пискпъ бывъшиїхъ· [S] василѣа· [S] капитона· мѫченꙑихъ вь̇ херсони  [the initial х is a correction, apparently from the second graph of і̇ (вы̇)]