|Saints Eleutherius and Anthia|
|Bishop of Illyria and Martyrs|
|Venerated in||Roman Catholic Church|
Saints Eleutherius and Anthia (died 138 A.D.) are second century Christian martyrs. Anthia was the mother of Eleutherius, who was a Roman and was taught by Bishop Dynamius. He became a bishop himself at age twenty in Illyria, Dalmatia. He was arrested for converting a Roman official to Christianity and was clubbed to death, while his mother, Anthia, was beheaded.
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