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Matrona, identity uncertain (6 items)

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December 15 (4 items)
882 saint [S] [also in ZT, F72 and, apparently, Oh, for this date (аматрона). Spasskij speculates this may be Justa, matron at Rome, a Western entry, but no Justa is not listed either in Holweck (1924) or in Baron anywhere near this date.] матронѣ·
F72 saint [S] [also 882, ZT, and, apparently, Oh for this date. Spasskij speculates this may be Justa, matron at Rome, a Western entry, but Holweck and Baron have no Justas near this date] ст꙯ѣи матронѣ:
Oh saint [S] аматронѣ· [probably for матронѣ, as in 882; also in ZT-F72. Spasskij (1901 fol. II p. 385) suggests this could be the Latin commemoration of Justa, Roman matron, but she is not on this date in Baron or in Holweck]
ZT saint [S] [also 882, F72 and, apparently, Oh for this date. Spasskij speculates this may be Justa, matron at Rome, a Western entry, but Holweck and Baron have no Justas near this date] ст꙯ѫѭ матронѫ 
June 6 (2 items)
KarpAp saint [S] ма(тр)оны·
Xlud.31 saint [S] матроны 