Readings. Basilides was one of the guards that led Saint Potamiana to a martyr‘s death. Whilst the rest of the soldiers and the crowd of spectators insulted the ...
Basilides (Greek: Βασιλείδης) was an early Gnostic religious teacher in Alexandria, Egypt  who taught from 117 to 138 AD, [* 1] and claimed to have ...
Basilides and Potamiana This article ... were arrested in Alexandria, ... Saint Basilides was declared patron saint of the Corpo degli Agenti di Custodia, ...
Eusebius of Caesarea - Book 6, Chapter 5 of the Church History tells the story of St. Basilides. No notes, small file
Feastday: June 30. Died: 205. Saint Basilides was a soldier of the guard of Egypt. When involved in the execution of St. Potomiana, he defended her against ...
Basilides 2nd century Ancient Christian Church Alexandria/Egypt Whether "Basilides, who came to Alexandria from Antioch and flourished under Hadrian, is the first ...
First Martyrs of Rome Profile. Christians who were blamed by the Roman Emperor Nero with setting fire to Rome, ... Saint Basilides of Alexandria Also known as. Basilide.
New Catholic Dictionary entry for Saint Basilides ... Article. Martyrs of this name are mentioned in the old martyrologies on 10, 12, and 28 June; the list for 10 and ...
Basilides, (flourished 2nd century ad, Alexandria), scholar and teacher, who founded a school of Gnosticism known as the Basilidians. He probably was a pupil of ...
... Society: Religion and Spirituality: Christianity: People: Saints ... Saint Basilides of Alexandria (2) Saint Bathildis (5) Saint Bede the Venerable (19)