Icon of St. Eugene the Martyr - 20th c. - (1EU75)

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St. Eugene of the Five Martyrs at Sebaste (+4th c)

Commemorated December 13

Saint Eugene was one of the Five Companions who suffered for Christ under the emperor Diocletian (284-305) at Sebaste, in Armenia. Saints Eustratius, Auxentius, Mardarius, and Orestes were the other four.

St Eugene’s tongue was ripped out, his hands and feet were cut off, and then he was beheaded with a sword.

More information about St. Eugene and those martyred with him can be found here.

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  • 5
    Saint Eugene

    Posted by FR. WAYNE WRIGHT on 19th Sep 2023

    I was searching for this Icon and fortunately located it through UMS, the icon and background of the martyr are wonderful.

  • 5
    St Eugene

    Posted by N/A on 1st Jun 2018

    Beautiful icon produced by Uncut Mountain at our request. The cracks in the plaster make it look gently aged, but the colors are bright -- the saint's blue eyes, especially, show up better in print than on the screen.