What are cyriacus?

Cyriacus

Cyriacus, or Cyriac, is a Christian martyr who was killed in the persecution of Diocletian. He is one of twenty-seven saints, most of them martyrs, who bear this name, of whom only seven are honoured by a specific mention of their names in the Roman Martyrology.

Read more about Cyriacus.

Some articles on cyriacus:

Judas Cyriacus, Bishop of Ancona
... He is also (mis)identified with Bishop Judas Cyriacus of Jerusalem (Saint Cyriacus of Jerusalem), who was killed during a riot there in 133 AD ...
Cyriacus Spangenberg
... Cyriacus Spangenberg (June 7, 1528, Nordhausen – February 10, 1604) was a German theologian and historian, son of the Südharz' reformator Johannes Spangenberg (1 ... Cyriacus was born in Nordhausen ...
The Martyrdom of Judas Cyriacus
... Another saint, named Saint Cyriacus, died during this century, and there may have been confusion between the two saints ... Galla Placidia is said to have presented Ancona with the relics of Judas Cyriacus ...
Cyriacus - Veneration
... Calendar included the feast day of Cyriacus, Largus and Smaragdus on 8 August as a Semidouble ... Saint Cyriacus is venerated as one of the Fourteen Holy Helpers ... The Church of "Saint Cyriacus in the Baths of Diocletian" (Latin "Sanctus Ciriacus in Thermis Diocletiani"), was dedicated to this martyr, a former titulus church ...
Cyriacus (disambiguation)
... Cyriacus, also Cyriac or Quiricus is a Latinized form of the Greek Kyriakos, which means "of the Lord" ... Cyriacus is the name of several people ... These include Cyriacus - a Roman nobleman and Christian martyr under Diocletian Cyriacus the Anchorite - a Greek monk and saint Judas Cyriacus, also known as ...