Saints Cosmas and Damian (Arabic: قُزما ودميان‎, romanized: Qozma wa Demyaan; Greek: Κοσμάς και Δαμιανός; Latin: Cosmas et Damianus; died c. AD 287) were two Arab physicians in the town Cyrhus, and were reputedly twin brothers, and early Christian martyrs. They practised their profession in the seaport of Aegeae, then in the Roman province of Syria. Accepting no payment for their services led to them being named anargyroi (from the Greek Ανάργυροι, 'the silverless' or 'unmercenaries'); it has been said that, by this, they attracted many to the Christian faith.

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  • Saints Cosmas and Damian (Arabic: قُزما ودميان‎, romanized: Qozma wa Demyaan; Greek: Κοσμάς και Δαμιανός; Latin: Cosmas et Damianus; died c. AD 287) were two Arab physicians in the town Cyrhus, and were reputedly twin brothers, and early Christian martyrs. They practised their profession in the seaport of Aegeae, then in the Roman province of Syria. Accepting no payment for their services led to them being named anargyroi (from the Greek Ανάργυροι, 'the silverless' or 'unmercenaries'); it has been said that, by this, they attracted many to the Christian faith. (en)
  • Saints Cosmas and Damian (Greek: Κοσμάς και Δαμιανός; Latin: Cosmas et Damianus; died c. AD 287) were two Greco-Roman physicians in the town Cyrhus, and were reputedly twin brothers, and early Christian martyrs. They practised their profession in the seaport of Aegeae, then in the Roman province of Syria. Accepting no payment for their services led to them being named anargyroi (from the Greek Ανάργυροι, 'the silverless' or 'unmercenaries'); it has been said that, by this, they attracted many to the Christian faith. (en)
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  • Saints Cosmas and Damian (Arabic: قُزما ودميان‎, romanized: Qozma wa Demyaan; Greek: Κοσμάς και Δαμιανός; Latin: Cosmas et Damianus; died c. AD 287) were two Arab physicians in the town Cyrhus, and were reputedly twin brothers, and early Christian martyrs. They practised their profession in the seaport of Aegeae, then in the Roman province of Syria. Accepting no payment for their services led to them being named anargyroi (from the Greek Ανάργυροι, 'the silverless' or 'unmercenaries'); it has been said that, by this, they attracted many to the Christian faith. (en)
  • Saints Cosmas and Damian (Greek: Κοσμάς και Δαμιανός; Latin: Cosmas et Damianus; died c. AD 287) were two Greco-Roman physicians in the town Cyrhus, and were reputedly twin brothers, and early Christian martyrs. They practised their profession in the seaport of Aegeae, then in the Roman province of Syria. Accepting no payment for their services led to them being named anargyroi (from the Greek Ανάργυροι, 'the silverless' or 'unmercenaries'); it has been said that, by this, they attracted many to the Christian faith. (en)
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