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Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature
(1) Martyr in Lower Armenia with Amelianus and Sebastian; commemorated February 8.
(2) Martyr; commemorated with Ammonius, February 14.
(3) Martyr at Aquileia, with Hilarius, Tatian, Felix, and Largus; commemorated March 16.
(4) Saint, uncle of Pancratius; commemorated May 12.
(5) Bishop and confessor under Constantius; deposition at Milan. May 25.
(6) Martyr at Sinnada, with Democritus and Secundus; commemorated July 31.
(7) Saint, of Phrygia; commemorated Sept. 20.
(8) Bishop of Paris, martyr with Rusticus and Eleutherius, probably in A.D. 272; commemorated October 9.
(9) Pope, under Claudius II; deposition at Rome, December 26 or 27.
(10) Martyr, with Petrus and Lampsacensus; commemorated May 18.
(11) One of the Seven Sleepers of Ephesus; commemorated October 22.
(12) Sixth bishop of Vienne, in France, thought to have been martyred A.D. 193; commemorated May 9.
(13) Three young men of the same name, martyred at Tripoli, March 24, A.D. 304.]
(14) A disciple of Quadratus, and a martyr at Corinth, probably under Diocletian.
(15) Two of this name martyred together at Caesarea, under Diocletian.
(16) Fifteenth bishop of Mentz for twenty-six years, in the beginning of the 4th century.
(17) Saint, bishop of Milan after Protasius, A.D. 346.
(18) Bishop of Lydda, present at the Council of Constantinople, A.D. 381.
(19), Eleventh bishop of Tours, a native of Burgundy, seems to have died about A.D. 513.
(20) Bishop of Ascalon, who attended the third synod of Jerusalem, A.D. 536.
(21) Bishop of Seleucia Pieria in the middle of the 6th century.
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McClintock, John. Strong, James. Entry for 'Dionysius (3)'. Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature. https://www.studylight.org/encyclopedias/eng/tce/d/dionysius-3.html. Harper & Brothers. New York. 1870.
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