Aaron (Copt)

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Aaron
Venerated inCoptic Christianity
Feast May 16

Aaron was a Miaphysite Coptic saint. His apocryphal legend says of him, "When he was sick, he made roasted pigeons fly into his mouth." He has a feast in the Coptic Calendar of saints on May 16.

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