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|Saints Rufus and Zosimus|
|Died||107, Rome, Roman Empire|
|Venerated in||Roman Catholic Church|
Saints Rufus and Zosimus (died 107 A.D.) are second century Christian martyrs venerated by the Roman Catholic and the Eastern Orthodox churches. They lived in Antioch and were martyred with Saint Ignatius of Antioch during the persecution of Christians under the Roman emperor Trajan. They were killed by beasts in the Roman arena. Their feast day is December 18.