Saints Nazarius and Celsus (Italian: San Nazaro e San Celso) were two martyrs of whom nothing is known except the discovery of their bodies by Saint Ambrose. According to Paulinus the Deacon's Vita Ambrosii, Ambrose, at some time within the last three years of his life, after the death of the Emperor Theodosius (d. 395), discovered in a garden outside the walls of Milan the body of Saint Nazarius, with severed head. Nazarius's blood was reportedly still liquid and red when his body was exhumed by Ambrose. Ambrose had it carried to the Basilica of the Apostles. In the same garden Ambrose likewise discovered the body of Saint Celsus, which he had transported to the same place. The Catholic Encyclopedia states: "Obviously a tradition regarding these martyrs was extant in the Christian communi

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  • Nazario, o anche Nazaro o Nazzaro, e Celso (morti a Milano nel 304) furono due martiri cristiani, venerati dalla Chiesa cattolica e da quella ortodossa. (it)
  • Saints Nazarius and Celsus (Italian: San Nazaro e San Celso) were two martyrs of whom nothing is known except the discovery of their bodies by Saint Ambrose. According to Paulinus the Deacon's Vita Ambrosii, Ambrose, at some time within the last three years of his life, after the death of the Emperor Theodosius (d. 395), discovered in a garden outside the walls of Milan the body of Saint Nazarius, with severed head. Nazarius's blood was reportedly still liquid and red when his body was exhumed by Ambrose. Ambrose had it carried to the Basilica of the Apostles. In the same garden Ambrose likewise discovered the body of Saint Celsus, which he had transported to the same place. The Catholic Encyclopedia states: "Obviously a tradition regarding these martyrs was extant in the Christian community of Milan which led to the finding of the two bodies." (en)
  • Nazário e Celso (em italiano: Santi Nazaro e Celso; em latim: Nazarius et Celsus) foram dois mártires dos quais nada sabemos além da descoberta de seus corpos em Mediolano por Santo Ambrósio. Segundo Paulino, o Diácono em sua biografia do santo, o próprio Ambrósio, em algum momento nos três anos finais de sua vida, depois da morte do imperador Teodósio (m. 395), descobriu, num jardim fora das muralhas de Mediolano, o corpo de São Nazário, com a cabeça separada do corpo. Segundo a lenda, o sangue ainda estava líquido e vermelho quando seu corpo foi exumado. O bispo então levou-o para a Basílica dos Apóstolos. No mesmo jardim, Ambrósio descobriu também o corpo de São Celso, que ele transportou para o mesmo lugar. Segundo a Enciclopédia Católica : "Obviamente a tradição sobre estes mártires ainda existia na comunidade cristã de Mediolano, o que levou à busca e à descoberta dos corpos". (pt)
  • Nazariusz (cs. Muczenik Miediołanskij Nazarij) i Celsus (cs. Muczenik Kielsij Miediołanskij) – mediolańscy męczennicy i święci chrześcijańscy z I (zm. 54-68). Niewiele wiadomo o świętych. O odnalezieniu szczątków męczennika Nazariusza i jego wychowanka Celsusa w podmediolańskim ogrodzie (niegdyś cmentarzu) pisał sekretarz św. Ambrożego (zm. 397), Paulin z Mediolanu. W Martyrologium Rzymskim wydarzenie zostało wpisane pod dniem 10 maja, a relikwie przeniesiono do Bazyliki świętych Apostołów przy Via Appia (dzisiejsza Bazylika św. Sebastiana za Murami, wł. Basilica di San Sebastiano Fuori le Mura). Mogli być męczennikami z czasów prześladowania chrześcijan podczas panowania Dioklecjana (284-305) lub, według późniejszych przekazów, Nerona (54-68). Matką Nazariusza miała być św. Perpetua, męczennica rzymska, która przyjęła chrzest z rąk apostoła św. Piotra. (pl)
  • Назарий и Цельсий (лат. Nazarius et Celsius, II век) — святые Католической и Православной церквей, мученики. Об этих святых известно из сочинений святого Амвросия. (ru)
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  • Martyrs (en)
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  • Giovanni Antonio Merli, Saint Nazarius on a horse, 1480. St. Nazarius and Celsus Abbey, San Nazzaro Sesia.
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  • Nazario, o anche Nazaro o Nazzaro, e Celso (morti a Milano nel 304) furono due martiri cristiani, venerati dalla Chiesa cattolica e da quella ortodossa. (it)
  • Назарий и Цельсий (лат. Nazarius et Celsius, II век) — святые Католической и Православной церквей, мученики. Об этих святых известно из сочинений святого Амвросия. (ru)
  • Saints Nazarius and Celsus (Italian: San Nazaro e San Celso) were two martyrs of whom nothing is known except the discovery of their bodies by Saint Ambrose. According to Paulinus the Deacon's Vita Ambrosii, Ambrose, at some time within the last three years of his life, after the death of the Emperor Theodosius (d. 395), discovered in a garden outside the walls of Milan the body of Saint Nazarius, with severed head. Nazarius's blood was reportedly still liquid and red when his body was exhumed by Ambrose. Ambrose had it carried to the Basilica of the Apostles. In the same garden Ambrose likewise discovered the body of Saint Celsus, which he had transported to the same place. The Catholic Encyclopedia states: "Obviously a tradition regarding these martyrs was extant in the Christian communi (en)
  • Nazariusz (cs. Muczenik Miediołanskij Nazarij) i Celsus (cs. Muczenik Kielsij Miediołanskij) – mediolańscy męczennicy i święci chrześcijańscy z I (zm. 54-68). Niewiele wiadomo o świętych. O odnalezieniu szczątków męczennika Nazariusza i jego wychowanka Celsusa w podmediolańskim ogrodzie (niegdyś cmentarzu) pisał sekretarz św. Ambrożego (zm. 397), Paulin z Mediolanu. W Martyrologium Rzymskim wydarzenie zostało wpisane pod dniem 10 maja, a relikwie przeniesiono do Bazyliki świętych Apostołów przy Via Appia (dzisiejsza Bazylika św. Sebastiana za Murami, wł. Basilica di San Sebastiano Fuori le Mura). (pl)
  • Nazário e Celso (em italiano: Santi Nazaro e Celso; em latim: Nazarius et Celsus) foram dois mártires dos quais nada sabemos além da descoberta de seus corpos em Mediolano por Santo Ambrósio. Segundo Paulino, o Diácono em sua biografia do santo, o próprio Ambrósio, em algum momento nos três anos finais de sua vida, depois da morte do imperador Teodósio (m. 395), descobriu, num jardim fora das muralhas de Mediolano, o corpo de São Nazário, com a cabeça separada do corpo. Segundo a lenda, o sangue ainda estava líquido e vermelho quando seu corpo foi exumado. O bispo então levou-o para a Basílica dos Apóstolos. No mesmo jardim, Ambrósio descobriu também o corpo de São Celso, que ele transportou para o mesmo lugar. Segundo a Enciclopédia Católica : "Obviamente a tradição sobre estes mártires a (pt)
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  • Nazarius and Celsus (en)
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  • Назарий и Цельсий (ru)
  • Nazário e Celso (pt)
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