Faith, Hope, and Charity (Saints)
Faith, Hope, and Charity (Saints)
Two groups of martyrs. The first were martyred along with their mother Sophia during the reign of Hadrian, and buried on the Aurelian Way. The second band, also along with someone named Sophia, were martyred at a later date, and buried along the Appian Way

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