She is called Agnes of Rome, so she lived and was martyred in Rome, Italy
Saint Agnes was martyred in Rome.
St. Agnes lived in Rome.
Agnes was born in Rome, Italy.
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St. Agnes died about the year 304.
The lamb, a symbol of purity, is the symbol of St. Agnes.
Agnes was from Rome, Italy.
Agnes of Rome was a Roman citizen.
There are many, many saints who were martyred in Rome. Here is a partial list of some of those who are better known:Saint Lawrence of Rome Saint Sebastian Pope Saint Sixtus II Saint Agnes of Rome Saint Cecilia Saint Peter the Apostle Sail Paul the Apostle Saint Valentine of Rome
No, it was St. Agnes of Assisi who was St. Clare's sister.
St. Agnes is believed to have been martyred around the year 305, and is believed to have been 13 years old.
St. Sebastian was martyred about the year 288 in Rome.
St. Lawrence of Rome was born in Huesca, Spain, but was martyred by broiling in Rome in the year 258.
Yes, Agnes was always a Catholic.
The feast of St. Agnes of Rome is January 21.
Agnes was from Rome in what today is known as Italy.
St. Agnes is believed to have been martyred around the year 305, and is believed to have been 13 years of age.
St. Agnes died in the year 304 and the feast is celebrated on January 21.In Rome.
She was martyred in Rome in the third century.
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she was born and martyred in Rome.
St. Agnes was only 12 or 13 when she died so I doubt if she worked. She did live in Rome, however.
I am not sure what you mean by your question. Agnes was a simple young girl, about 12 years of age, who refused to sacrifice to pagan gods and lose her virginity. For this she was martyred.
Saint Agnus was born about the year 291 and was martyred by the Romans in about the year 304.