^It is unknown when Saint Panegyrios of Cyprus lived, but from his Devine Service it seems that he had lived during the period of the Arab raids (c. 7th - 12th centuries), when different parts of Cyprus had come under Arab rule at different periods. He taught the Christian way to the Christians and discouraged them from converting to Islam by telling them that Islam as a religion was a delusion.
^A group of martyrs in Clermont in Auvergne in France, who suffered at the hands of Chrocas, the leader of invading Teutonic barbarians.
^He founded and was abbot of a monastery in Oughaval in Ireland. He is still venerated at the nearby Orthodox church at Stradbally which is dedicated to him.