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Martyrdom of Saints David and Constantine

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Author(s): Nanobashvili, Mariam
Unknown author Date of Birth: Unknown; probably mid-11th century Place of Birth: Unknown Date of Death: Unknown; probably mid-12th century Place of Death: Unknown Biography Nothing is known about this author, except that he was a scholar active in the first part of the 12th century, and virulently anti-Muslim. Primary Sources of Information Secondary Sources of Information Works on Christian-Muslim Relations Camebay da ghuacli cmidat‛a da didebult‛a mocamet‛a Davit‛ da Kostantinesi Mariam Nanobashvili

 T‛uesa maissa a: camebay cmidisa romanoz axlisa mocamisay, romeli icama mep‛obasa ešmakt‛ msaxowrisa mep‛isa mahdissa, romeli aġcera netarman step‛ane damaskelman, romeli iqo ert‛i mamat‛agani lavrisa cmidisa mamisa č‛uenisa sabaisa (Georgian)

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Author(s): Nanobashvili, Mariam
Camebay romanoz axlisaOn May 1: Martyrdom of Saint Romanus the Neomartyr, who was martyred during the reign of the devil’s servant King Mahdī, which was described by the blessed Stephen of Damascus, who was one of the monks of the Laura of our holy Father SabasMartyrdom of Romanus the Younger Stephen Manṣūr, Stephen of Damascus, Stephen the Hymnographer, Stephen son of Manṣūr Date: Unknown, probably between 780 and 787 Original Language: Arabic Description The Martyrdom of Romanus the Neomartyr was probably written between the saint’s execution in 780 and 787. The aut…

 Camebay da ghuacli cmidat‛a da didebult‛a mocamet‛a Davit‛ da Kostantinesi

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Author(s): Nanobashvili, Mariam
Camebay cmidat‛a Davit‛ da KostantinesiMartyrdom and merits of the saints and magnificent martyrs David and Constantine, Martyrdom of Saints David and Constantine Martyrdom of Saints David and Constantine Date: Unknown; probably first half of the 12th century Original Language: Georgian Description The Georgian saints David and Constantine were martyred during the second Arab campaign against Georgia in 737-41. The earliest surviving account of their lives and martyrdoms has been dated by K. Kekelidze to the first half of the 12th century, because its author made use of an…