"Women at the Tomb." Florence, Biblioteca Mediceo Laurenziana, cod. Plut. I, 56, f. 13a.
Public domain image, originally published in C. Cecchelli, G. Furlani, and M. Salmi, The Rabbula Gospels (Olten and Lausanne, 1959).
(saintauthor, d. 364, first half of 4th cent. )
Names: AphrahaṭAphrahatthe PersianAphrahatAphrahaat the Persian AnchoriteAphrahat the PersianAPHRAAT LE PERSEAp(h)rahaṭAphrahates"Syriac author of 23 ‘Demonstrations’, known as ‘the Persian Sage’."URI: http://syriaca.org/person/10
Babylas - ܒܒܘܠܐ(saint, d. 250, 237 )
Names: BābūlāBābūlāBabylasBABYLASSt BabylasBābūlā (Babylas) was a Bishop of Antioch who died from poor treatment in
prison; he demanded that Emperor Philip the Arab make public penance.URI: http://syriaca.org/person/1152
Bacchus - ܒܟܘܣ(saint, 275-310 )
Names: BākōsBacchus (comrade of Sergius)BākōsBacchusBacchus (Serge de Résapha)BACCHUSSt BacchusBākōs Bacchus was one of the most popular saints of the Orient He was a Roman soldier who was martyred shortly before his friend...URI: http://syriaca.org/person/1153
Behnam - ܒܗܢܡ(saint, 300-400 )
Names: BehnāmBehnam and his sister sarahBēhnāmBehnamBEHNĀM et sa soeur SARĀHMar BehnamBehnām and his sister Sara were high born Christian martyrs who were the children of Sennacherib They converted to Christianity through a monk Mattai...URI: http://syriaca.org/person/1171