Apphianus, or Appianus, or Amphianus, M
Apphianus, or Appianus, or Amphianus, M., a son of rich
parents at "Pagae" (probably Araxas) in Lycia, educated in the schools of Berytus,
who being not twenty years old interrupted the governor at Caesarea when sacrificing,
by an exhortation to desist from idolatry, and was, after horrible tortures—e.g.
by his feet being wrapped in a tunica molesta of flax
steeped in oil and set on fire—finally martyred by drowning, April 11, 306 (Eus.
de Mart. Palaest. iv.; Syriac Acta, in Assemani, Act. Mart.
ii. 189 seq.).