Jerom (tom. ii. p. 122 [contra Vigilant. c. 5, tom. ii.
p. 391, ed. Vallars.]) bears witness to these translations,
which are neglected by the ecclesiastical historians. The
passion of St. Andrew at Patrae is described in an epistle
from the clergy of Achaia, which Baronius (Annal. Eccles.
A.D. 60 No. 34) wishes to believe, and Tillemont is forced
to reject. St. Andrew was adopted as the spiritual founder
of Constantinople (Mem. Eccles. tom. i. p. 317-323,
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