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The Holy Unmercenaries. Healers of Russia, Orthodox Christian Icon

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Holy Unmercenaries is an epithet applied to a number of Christian saints who did not accept payment for good deeds.
These include healers or Christian physicians who, in conspicuous opposition to medical practice of the day, tended to the sick free of charge.

It may refer to:
•  Zenaida and Philonella (died ca. 100)
•  Saint Tryphon (died ca. 250)
•  Martyr Thalelaeus the Unmercenary, at Anazarbus in Cilicia (died 284)[1]
•  Saints Cosmas and Damian (died ca. 303)
•  Saint Pantaleon (died ca. 303), also called Saint Panteleimon
•  Saints Cyrus and John (died ca. 304)
•  Saint Sampson the Hospitable (died ca. 530)
•  Luka Voyno-Yasenetsky (died 1961)

SIZE: 15 7/8" x 13 1/8"

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