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Eulogius_of_Cordoba_detailMartyred priest of Cordoba, Spain, slain by the Moors. Arrested in 850 , Eulogius, a noted scholar of Scripture, wrote Exhortation to Martyrdom for two young virgin martyrs, Flora and Mary, who were beheaded. Released, Eulogius was named archbishop of Cordoba or Toledo. Before being consecrated, he aided Leocritia, a young Moorish woman who had converted to Christianity. They were caught and beheaded in 859. Eulogius also wrote: The Memorial of the Saints and an Apologia. – Catholic Online.

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