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Pamphius/Pamphilus, priest, martyr at Caesaria in Palestine (10 items)

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February 16 (10 items)
882 saintSet [SS] [S] стго панфила и [S] павла и̇ [S] [probably] гарфилия̇ ['Garphilius', probably for порфирия 'Porphyrius'] и̇ [SS] дроужины ихь.
Arx saintSet [SS] [S] ст꙯го памфила· [S] поръфуриа· и [SS] дроу·
As saintSet [SS] стъих [no word-final jer] мкъ· [S] памфила [S] оуалента [S] павла и [S] порфила [for порфириꙗ] [S] селевка· [S] иоул|ана [or и оул|ана] и [SS] инѣхъ·
Baron saintSet [SS] [S] [Pamphilus's name appears below this date in description of Porphyrius] Caesareae in Palaestina sanctorum martyrum [S] Eliae, [S] Hieremiae, [S] Esaiae, [S] Samuelis, et [S] Danielis, qui cum spontance ministrassent confessoribus in Cilicia ad metalla damnatis, inde revertentes, comprehensi, et a Firmiliano praeside sub Maximino Imperatore saevissime torti, gladio demum percussi sunt. Post quos [S] sanctus Porphyrius Pamphili martyris famulus, et [S] sanctus Seleucus Cappadox, qui iteratis certaminibus saepe vicerant, rusus cruciati, alter incendio, gladio alter martyrii coronam acceperunt.
DC2 saint [S] [probably] стго мнка, памфнотиа· ['Paphnutius', probably for памфила 'Pamphilus']
KarpAp saint [S] стго мка памьфила·
KarpEv saintSet [SS] [S] стго сщеномка панфила· и [SS] іже с нимь·
Oh saintSet [SS] ст(ъӥ)хъ [S] памфила· [S] павла· [S] порфириꙗ·
Os saintSet [SS] стра [S] ст꙯аго мка· пам̛фі|ла· и [SS] [probably] инѣхъ мъногъ·
Xlud.31 saint [S] стго мка памфила