St. John before the Latin Gate

Commemorates the attempted martyrdom of Saint John the Apostle in AD 95. John was bound and brought to Rome, Italy from Ephesus by the order of the Emperor Domitian; the Senate condemned him to be taken to the Latin Gate and thrown in a cauldron of boiling oil. John stepped out of the cauldron without injury, and instead was exiled to Patmos.


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