Patroclus of Troyes
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For the Merovingian saint, see Patroclus of Bourges.
|Saint Patroclus of Troyes|
|Died||c. 259 AD
|Venerated in||Roman Catholic Church, Greek Orthodox Church|
|Attributes||depicted as a warrior pointing to a fish with a pearl in its mouth|
|Patronage||invoked against demons and fever|
Bruno I, Archbishop of Cologne translated Patroclus' relics from Troyes to Cologne in 960, and transferred them in 964 in Soest, Germany, where they are held in the church St. Patrokli, dedicated to the saint.
His feast day is January 21.
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