The American Church Dictionary and Cycopedia
James (St.) the Less
The son of Cleophas, or Alphaeus and Mary, and brother of Thaddaeus or St. Jude. He was one of the Twelve Apostles and the writer of the Epistle which bears his name. St. James was the first Bishop of Jerusalem and was put to death there, at the Passover A.D. 62, in a popular commotion, probably caused by the publication of his Epistle. He is commemorated on the double Festival of St. Philip and St. James, observed on May 1; these two Apostles having been associated together in the most ancient calendars, although in other calendars they were commemorated on different days. In ecclesiastical art St. James the Less is represented with a fuller's club in his hand; as a child with palm branch; a saw in his hand, etc.
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Miller, William James. Entry for 'James (St.) the Less'. The American Church Dictionary and Cyclopedia. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/acd/j/james-st-the-less.html. 1901.