Asclepiades of Antioch

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Saint Asclepiades
Patriarch of Antioch, Confessor and Martyr
Died217
Venerated inRoman Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodox Church
CanonizedPre-congregation
Feast18 October

Asclepiades of Antioch (Greek: Ἀσκληπιάδης) was Patriarch of Antioch and martyr. He succeeded Serapion as Patriarch of Antioch in 211. He was given the title of martyr, due to the trials he endured during Roman persecution.[1]

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  1. ^ St. Asclepiades Catholic Online
Titles of the Great Christian Church
Preceded by
Serapion
Patriarch of Antioch
211–217
Succeeded by
Philetus