by Catholic.org | Source: Catholic.net
Zosimus were citizens of Antioch (or perhaps Philippi) who were brought to Rome with St. Ignatius of
Antioch during the reign of Emperor Trajan. They were condemned to death for their Christianity and
thrown to wild beasts in the arena two days before the martyrdom of Ignatius.
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