Anastasius the Fuller

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Saint Anastasius the Fuller (died 304) is a Christian saint of the Catholic Church. Anastasius was a fuller at Aquileia who subsequently moved his business to Solin (some sources say Split).

He was martyred by being drowned after he had proclaimed his Christian faith openly by painting a cross on his door.

He is the patron saint of fullers and weavers. His feast day is September 7 (formerliy August 26).[1]


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