List of Christian Martyrs - Apostolic Age—1st Century - According To Late or Local Christian Tradition or Legend

According To Late or Local Christian Tradition or Legend

  • Mark the Evangelist
  • Philip the Apostle
  • Andrew the Apostle
  • Jude the Apostle
  • Bartholomew the Apostle
  • Thomas the Apostle
  • Simon the Zealot, varying and conflicting late traditions

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