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Prisca, St

Prisca, St a Roman lady of the early centuries, traditionally venerated as a martyr; she is sometimes shown with two lions, who according to her Acts refused to attack her. Her feast day is 18 January.

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Prisca

Prisca (prĬs´kə), in the New Testament, wife of Aquila.

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