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An editor who states he was an eyewitness has added accounts of the martyrs' suffering and deaths.

It was catalogued by the Bollandists as BHL 6633–6636.

The account of their deaths, written by the editor who claims to be an eyewitness, is included at the end (xiv–xxi).

At the conclusion of her dream, Perpetua realizes that the martyrs will suffer (iv).

Perpetua's father visits her in prison and pleads with her, but Perpetua remains steadfast in her faith (v).

According to the passion narrative, a slave named Revocatus, his fellow slave Felicitas, the two free men Saturninus and Secundulus, and Perpetua, who were catechumens, that is, Christians being instructed in the faith but not yet baptized, were arrested and executed at the military games in celebration of the Emperor Septimius Severus's birthday.

To this group was added a man named Saturus, who voluntarily went before the magistrate and proclaimed himself a Christian.

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