38 Martyred Soldiers in Thrace with Severus and Memnon

These thirty-seven soldiers suffered with Sts Severus and Memnon in Philippopolis, Thrace under the emperor Diocletian (284-305).

Their names are Orion, Antilinus, Molias, Eudemon, Silvanus, Sabinus, Eustathius, Straton, Bosua of Byzantium, Timothy, Palmatus, Mestus, Nikon, Difilus, Dometian, Maximus, Neophytus, Victor, Rinus, Satorninus, Epaphroditus, Cercanus, Gaius, Zoticus, Cronion, Anthony, Horus, Zoilus, Tyrannus, Agathon, Panstenus [Parthenias], Achilles, Panthyrias, Chrysanthus, Athenodorus, Pantoleon, Theosebius, Genephlius of Philippopolis.

Their hands and feet were cut off, and they were thrown into a fiery oven.