Dasya

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Saint Dasya
Martyr
Born Unknown (3rd century)
Tanda, Egypt
Died 12th September (3rd century)
Tanda, Egypt
Honored in
Coptic Orthodox Church, Armenian Apostolic Church, Ethiopian Orthodox Church, Syriac Orthodox Church, Oriental Orthodoxy
Feast 12th September (2nd Thout)

Saint Dasya was a Christian martyr of the third century. He was born in Tanda, Egypt, and served as a soldier in the Roman army. Refusing to deny Christ, Dasya was tortured by Arianus, governor of Ansena, and his head eventually cut off. His feast in the Coptic Orthodox Church is on 2 Thout.[1]

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