Tabula Sanctorum of the Ekklesía Antínoou

The idea of the Sancti in the Ekklesía Antínoou is one of the most misunderstood and controversial concepts we have yet generated. To clear up some of those misconceptions, a few words are necessary about this before detailing who amongst the many departed souls in history are among those the Ekklesía Antínoou regards as Sanctus/a/um, “holy/blessed.”

People in the modern world get the wrong idea when they hear the word “saint.” They think that it is an entirely Christian concept, that it is inextricably tied to that particular form of religion’s way of looking at the world and reckoning who is in heaven and who is not, particularly with Orthodox Christianities and Roman Catholicism. The previous pontiff of the Catholic church has canonized more saints than all of his predecessors combined, and to deny that there is political motivation in the canonization of all saints, for all times, is to be quite ignorant of the truth of the matter. [Since that pope and his successor have also been more openly aggressive toward queer people than any of his predecessors, we obviously should not only take everything with a grain of salt, but also openly oppose this moral and religious hegemony on every front on any occasion that presents itself...but that's another matter entirely!]

For us in the Ekklesía Antínoou, being a Sanctus/a/um is a very different thing indeed. None of these figures are actually worshipped or venerated as spiritual powers, unlike the practice of intercessory prayer to saints for particular purposes in Catholicism; those who are observant see in that religion’s practice a distorted but nonetheless correct perception of the absorption of many pagan deities or powers of particular forces and concepts into the Christian milieu–and in certain cases, this is even more transparent. Though, all of the Sancti are regarded as important “spiritual ancestors” whose work and lives have been important influences or exemplars to us in our own spiritual paths and social consciences. Neither do we pronounce about these people’s abidance in a blessed afterlife or “chosen flock” of “saved” individuals. We realize all of these people were human, with imperfections of various sorts (which we all have!), but each one of them nonetheless deserves to be remembered and recognized all the same. These are people without whom we can not imagine the Ekklesía Antínoou and what we know and do now being in existence; they are people who we admire for their style of life or the arts they practiced. These are like the spiders of Antinous, those who have weaved a web so subtle and intricate that has enthralled us and brought us to be where we are today. The Greek ideas of hero cultus is somewhat similar, but also the Latin idea of those who were sanctus/a/um, “holy” or “sanctified,” because of what they did; but, as said above, the very common idea throughout many religions (both ancient and modern) of veneration of illustrious ancestors is a major component of this practice. The Sancti of the Ekklesía Antínoou are, in essence, our group’s collective spiritual ancestors.

The idea of “martyrs,” which in Greek (martyrion) means “witness,” means not that someone gave their life for something greater than themselves or died on behalf of others (though many of the people named below did exactly that), but that they witnessed to a particular devotion to their spirituality, or that divine realities and beings witnessed to that same devotion. In Latin, the word for witness is testis, which is the same as the word for the male gonads, so that word is used in all of its good senses here! In Syriac, the word for saints is athletikos, so that Sancti are thought of as spiritual athletes and achievers who through perseverance and discipline and practice attain spiritual goals. In Irish, saints are called naomh, which means “beautiful,” so that our Sancti are people who are beautiful, in whatever sense that is understood–spiritually, physically, or both, as in the case of Antinous and the idea of kalokagathia, beauty of body reflecting beauty of mind and spirit.

So, many of these ideas come into play with the Sancti who are on the tabulation of the Ekklesía Antínoou which follows. They are teachers and exemplars to be admired, they are achievers, they are witnesses, they had balls (not to be understood in a sexist manner, as there are loads of women who are far more ballsy than many men!), they are beautiful.

It is to be understood further that this list is not by any means a closed one: further Sancti may be added in the future to it, and individual members of the Ekklesía Antínoou are completely free to honor people not on this list as Sancti in a variety of ways.

Eventually, I hope to have dates of birth and death listed for each of the Sancti below, where these are known, and suggestions for dates on which to honor them if these are not known. This information will take a while to compile, so this will be updated regularly over the next few months, if all goes well. They are listed, as far as possible at present, in chronological order (based on date of birth, or date of death if only the latter is known) under their various sub-headings, and as the information becomes available they’ll be re-arranged to fit that order more accurately.

You can also consult the following Calendar of the Sancti to see who is celebrated on which known dates throughout the year!

The Holy Emperor
Divus Hadrian Augustus (born January 24, 76 CE; died July 10, 138 CE)
Diva Vibia Sabina Augusta (c. 83 CE; died c. 136-137 CE; apotheosis celebrated on March 21)

Divinized Mortals and Heroes
Alexander the Great of Macedonia (July 20, 356 BCE-June 11, 323 BCE) and his beloved Hephaestion
Isidora
Petesi and Paher
Vibullius Polydeukion (March 9)
Achilles the Trophimos of Herodes Attikos ( March 8 )
Memnon Topadein the Trophimos of Herodes Attikos (March 7)
Mantinoe
Appia Annia Regilla Atilia Caucidia Tertulla (March 11)

The Antonines and Other Deified Emperors
Divus Nerva (November 8, 30 CE–January 27, 98 CE)
Diva Matidia Augusta (born July 4, 68 CE; named Augusta August 29, 112 CE; died in 119 CE)
Diva Marciana Augusta (August or September 15 and 30 48 CE–c. 112/114 CE)
Divus Aelius Caesar (January 13, 101-December 31, 137)
Divus Trajan Augustus (September 18, 53 CE– 9 August 9, 117 CE)
Diva Plotina Augusta (?; died c. 121-122 CE; celebrated January 8 )
Divus Antoninus Pius (September 19, 86 CE– 7 March 7, 161 CE)
Diva Faustina Maior (September 21 c 100 CE; died October or November 140 CE)
Divus Marcus Aurelius (April 26, 121 CE–March 17, 180 CE)
Divus Lucius Verus (December 15, 130 CE–169 CE)
Diva Faustina Minor (February 16 between 125 and 130 CE-c. 175 CE)
Annia Aurelia Galeria Lucilla (March 7, 148 or 150 CE-182 CE)
Divus Septimius Severus (April 11, 145 CE–February 4, 211 CE)

Testis Innocentes
Louvernios of Lindow (August 1)
Hypatia of Alexandria (March 25)
the Sodomites burned at the stake during the domination of the Church
the Men of the Pink Triangle and Blue Stripe, executed in the Holocaust
those lost to the AIDS pandemic
James Byrd, Jr. (May 2, 1949 – June 7, 1998)
David Kato Kisule (February 13, 1964 – January 26, 2011)
Tyra Hunter (? 1970-August 7, 1995)
Brandon Teena (December 12, 1972 – December 31, 1993)
Matthew Shepard (December 1, 1976 – October 12, 1998 CE)
Michael Sandy (October 12, 1977–October 13, 2006)
Gwen Amber Rose Araujo (February 24, 1985 – October 3, 2002)
Fred/F.C./Beyoncé Martinez (March 15, 1985 – June 16, 2001)
Scotty Joe Weaver (March 26, 1986 – July 22, 2004)
Tyler Clementi (April 29, 1992 – September 22, 2010)
Lawrence King (January 13, 1993 – February 13, 2008)
Mollie Judith Olgin (May 12, 1993 – June 23, 2012)
Bill Clayton (died May 8, 1995)
Samantha Johnson (July 7, 1996 – November 11, 2009)
Seth Walsh (1997 – died September 27, 2010)
Asher Brown (March 1, 1997 – September 23, 2010)
Jamey Rodemeyer (March 21, 1997 – September 18, 2011)
Rita Hester (? – November 28, 1998)
Billy Jack Gaither (died February 19, 1999)
the Gay Victims of September 11, 2001 and all gay victims of terrorism (September 11)
Mahmoud Asgari and Ayaz Marhoni of Mashad, Iran (executed July 19, 2005)
Farid Mostaar and Ahmad Chooka of Arak, Iran (executed August 27, 2005)
Justin Aaberg (died July 9, 2010)
Billy Lucas (died September 9, 2010)
Cody J. Barker (died September 13, 2010)
Raymond Chase (died September 29, 2010)
Stacey Blahnik (died October 11, 2010)
Brandon E. Bitner (died November 5, 2010)
Freddy Roberto Canul-Arguello (died June 10, 2011)
Jacob Rogers
Rafael Morelos (died January 29, 2012)

all victims of homophobic and transphobic violence
all LGBTQ suicides

Testis Heroici
Socrates (c. 469 BCE – 399 BCE)
the Sacred Band of Thebes, and their founders Pelopidas, Gorgidas, and Epaminondas; Epaminondas’ lovers Asopichus and Caphisodorus; and the Band’s final commander, Theagenes (Sacred Band destroyed on August 20, 338 BCE)
Sergius and Bacchus (October 7)
Apollonius and Philemon (March 8 305 CE)
Perpetua and Felicitas (died 7 March 203 CE)
Marguerite Porete (died June 1, 1310)
Jeanne D’Arc (c. 1412 – May 30, 1431)
Padraig Pearse (November 10, 1879 – May 3, 1916)
Harvey Milk (May 22, 1930-November 27, 1978)
Mychal Judge (May 11, 1933-September 11, 2001)
Mark Kendall Bingham (May 22, 1970 – September 11, 2001)

The Circle of Hadrian and Antinous
Julia Balbilla (November 19-21)
Favorinus of Arles
Macedo and Statianus Caesernius (May 1)
Lucius Vitalis (September 6)
Phlegon of Tralles
Marcus Cornelius Fronto
Herodes Attikos (March 11)
Regillus, Elpinike, Athenais, and Attikos Bradua (March 6)
Germana
Strato
Marcellus Sidetes
Ptolemy Chennos
Claudia Damo Synamate (November 21)

Those who Served Antinous as Sacred Functionaries
P. Sufenas, Lupercus and phratriarch of Antinous and Eunostos in Neapoli (February 15)
T. Statilius Timocrates Memmianus, agonothete in Argos (April 21)
Isidoros Didymus, priest of Alexandria (April 25)
Aristotimos, priest in Delphi (June 21)
Hostilius Marcellus, priest of Corinth (July 23)
Aurelius Ischyrammon, agonothete in Memphis (October 28, 220)
Nikias, priest of Antinous and Dionysus in Rome (December 21)

Dedicants to and Messengers of Antinous
the unknown dedicants, priests, and artists
The Antinoöpolitan Lovers (celebrated May 10)
Mesomedes (April 21)
Numenios (August 22)
Dionysius of Alexandria (May 18)
The Curium Citharode (July 25)
Polemo of Smyrna
Pancrates (October 26)
Arrian (Memorial Day)
Quintus the Sicilian (May 1)
C. Claudius Julianus, dedicant of Stratoniceia
Julius Saturninus, dedicant of Ancyra
Aelia Ehorte, dedicant in Rome (April 1)
Veturius, dedicant in Mantineia
C. Julius Eurycles Herculanus, dedicant in Mantineia
Julius Fidus Aquila, epistrategos of the Thebaid and dedicant in Antinoöpolis (December 21)
Aurelius Horion, convener of the games in Oxyrhynchus
Aurelius Ischyrammon, convener of the games in Memphis (October 28)
M. Domitius Euphemus, mystagogue of Bithynion (October 27)
Antoninianus of Aphrodisias, sculptor of the Lanuvium relief (July 16)
L. Funisulanus Vettonianus, custodian of Antinous-Dionysus
Epitynchanus and Doxa and their son Isochrysus of Mantineia
M. Lukkios Flakkos, dedicant to the Hero Antinous
Serapammon and Ptolemais, lovers consecrated to Antinous (April 21)
L. Caesennius Rufus, founder of the Lanuvium Temple (December 14)
Dioscorus of Aphrodito (January 21)
Queen Christina of Sweden (December 18, 1626 – April 19, 1689)
Cardinal Allesandro Albani (October 15, 1692 – December 11, 1779)
Thomas Gray (December 26, 1716 – July 30, 1771)
Horace Walpole (September 24, 1717 – March 2, 1797)
Johann Joachim Winckelmann (December 9, 1717 – June 8, 1768)
Anton Rafael Mengs (March 12, 1728 – June 29, 1779)
Percy Bysshe Shelley (August 4, 1792 – July 8, 1822)
Konrad Levezow
Oscar Linke
Herman Melville (August 1, 1819 – September 28, 1891)
Karl Heinrich Ulrichs (August 28, 1825-July 14, 1895)
Viktor Rydberg (December 18, 1828 – September 21, 1895)
Paul Heyse (March 15, 1830 – April 2, 1914)
Dr. Lorentz Henrik Segelcke Dietrichson (January 1, 1834 – 1917)
Annie Adams Fields (June 6, 1834 – January 5, 1915)
Georg Ebers (March 1, 1837 – August 7, 1898)
Henry Graham Dakyns (1838–1911)
John Addington Symonds (October 5, 1840 – April 19, 1893)
Simeon Solomon (October 9, 1840-August 14, 1905)
Edmund Gosse (September 21, 1849 – May 16, 1928)
Horatio Brown (February 16, 1854 – August 19, 1926)
Oscar Wilde (October 16, 1854-November 30, 1900)
Charles Kains Jackson (1857-1933)
E. E. Bradford (1860 – 1944)
Ella Sharpe Youngs
Eleanor Poynter
Sarah Frances Alleyne
Nicholas Crabbe
Eugen Stangen
Otto Kiefer
Marc-André Raffalovich (September 11, 1864 – February 14, 1934)
George Cecil Ives (October 1, 1867 – June 4, 1950) and the Order of Chaeronea
Hugh McCulloch (March 9, 1869 – March 27, 1902)
Willa Cather (December 7, 1873 – April 24, 1947)
Abbie Carter Goodloe
Ernest Raynaud
Montague Summers (April 10 1880 – August 10, 1948)
Alan Seeger (1888 – 1916)
Kate Everest
Fernando Pessoa (June 13, 1888 – November 30, 1935)
Aldous Huxley (July 26, 1894 – November 22, 1963)
Robert Hillyer (June 3, 1895 – December 24, 1961)
William Rufus Perkins
Marguerite Yourcenar (June 8, 1903 – December 17, 1987)
Allen Ginsberg (June 3, 1926 – April 5, 1997)
Royston Lambert
Adrienne Rich (May 16, 1929 – March 27, 2012)
Arthur Evans (October 12, 1942 – September 11, 2011)
Michael Vasey (January 23, 1946 – June 28, 1998)
Robert Mapplethorpe (November 4, 1946 – March 9, 1989)
Patricia Aakhus (May 17, 1952 – May 16, 2012)

The Blessed Figures, Prophets, Writers, and Artists of Spiritual Homoeros
Niankhkhnum and Khnumhotep, overseers of the manicurists of Pharaoh Niuserre (c. 2416-2392 BCE)
Sappho of Lesbos (630 to 612 BCE – 570 BCE; celebrated November 19)
Harmodius and Aristogeiton (died 514 BCE)
Plato (424/423 BCE – 348/347 BCE)
Aristotle (384 BCE – 322 BCE)
King Philip II of Macedonia (382 – 336 BCE)
Galestes (c. 150 BCE)
King Nikomedes of Bithynia (c. 1st c. BCE)
Marcus Tullius Cicero (January 3, 106 BCE-December 7, 43 BCE)
Catullus (c. 84 BCE – c. 54 BCE)
Petronius Arbiter (c. 27 – 66 CE)
Carpocrates and Epiphanes (September 25)
Julius Alexander (August 21)
Aelred of Rievaulx (1110 – 12 January 1167)
Bieiris de Romans (early 13th c. CE)
Jalalu’ddin Rumi (September 30, 1207 – 17 December 17, 1273)
Shams el Tabrizi (died c. 1248; celebrated November 15 for his meeting of Rumi in 1244)
Leonardo da Vinci (April 15, 1452 – May 2, 1519)
Michelangelo Buanarotti (March 6, 1475 – February 18, 1564)
Marsilio Ficino (October 19, 1433 – October 1, 1499)
Christopher Marlowe (baptized February 26, 1564 – May 30 1593)
Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (September 29, 1571 – July 18, 1610)
Ihara Saikaku (? 1642 – September 9, 1693)
Jakob “Zauberjackl” Koller
Mark Akenside (November 9, 1721 – June 23, 1770)
Le Chevalier d’Eon (October 5, 1728 – May 21, 1810)
James Fenimore Cooper (September 15, 1789 – September 14, 1851)
Hans Christian Andersen (April 2, 1805 – August 4, 1875)
Walt Whitman (May 31, 1819 – March 26, 1892)
Charles Baudelaire (April 9, 1821 – August 31, 1867)
Emily Dickinson (December 10, 1830 – May 15, 1886)
Walter Pater (August 4, 1839 – July 30, 1894)
Anna Elizabeth Dickinson (October 28, 1842 – October 22, 1932)
Paul Verlaine (March 30, 1844 – January 8, 1896)
Edward Carpenter (August 29, 1844 – June 28, 1929)
Sarah Bernhardt (c. October 22/23, 1844 — March 26, 1923)
Digby Mackworth Dolben (February 8, 1848 – June 28, 1867)
We’wha (1849–1896)
Jane Ellen Harrison (September 9, 1850 – April 15, 1928)
Arthur Rimbaud (October 20, 1854 – November 10, 1891)
Edward Perry “Ned” Warren (June 8, 1860 – December 28, 1928)
Jane Addams (September 6, 1860 – May 21, 1935)
Konstantinos P. Cavafy (April 29, 1863 – April 29, 1933)
Edith Hamilton (August 12, 1867 – May 31, 1963)
Magnus Hirschfeld (May 14, 1868 – May 14, 1935)
H. H. Munro/Saki (December 18, 1870 – November 13, 1916)
Marcel Proust (July 10 1871 – November 18, 1922)
Sergei “Serge” Pavlovich Diaghilev (March 31 [O.S. March 19] 1872 – August 19, 1929)
Collette (January 28, 1873 – August 3, 1954)
Sara Josephine Baker (November 15, 1873 – February 22, 1945)
Mary Williams Dewson (1874 – 1962)
Gertrude Stein (February 3, 1874 – July 27, 1946)
Forrest Reid (June 24, 1875 – January 4, 1947)
Alice Ruth Moore Dunbar-Nelson (July 19, 1875 – September 18, 1935)
Aleister Crowley (October 12, 1875 – December 1, 1947)
Sibilla Aleramo (August 14, 1876 – January 13, 1960)
Natalie Barney (October 31, 1876 – February 2, 1972)
Alice B. Toklas (April 30, 1877 – March 7, 1967)
Renée Vivien (June 11, 1877 – November 18, 1909)
E. M. Forster (January 1, 1879 – June 7, 1970)
Giles Lytton Strachey (March 1, 1880 – January 21, 1932)
Radclyffe Hall (August 12, 1880 – October 7, 1943)
Virginia Woolf (January 25, 1882 – March 28, 1941)
Victor Benjamin Neuburg (May 6, 1883 – May 30, 1940)
Siegfried Sassoon (September 8, 1886 – September 1, 1967)
H.D. (Hilda Doolittle) (September 10, 1886 – September 27, 1961)
Una Lady Troubridge (March 8, 1887 – September 24, 1963)
Jean Cocteau (July 5, 1889 – October 11, 1963)
Gerald Heard (October 6, 1889 – August 14, 1971)
Vaslav Nijinsky (March 12, 1890 – April 8, 1950)
Zora Neale Hurston (January 7, 1891[1][2] – January 28, 1960)
Federico García Lorca (June 5, 1898 – August 19, 1936)
Lady Eve Balfour (1899-1990)
Hart Crane (July 21, 1899 – April 27, 1932)
Ruth Ellis (July 23, 1899 – October 5, 2000)
Marlene Dietrich (December 27, 1901 – May 6, 1992)
Langston Hughes (February 1, 1902–May 22, 1967)
Anaïs Nin (February 21, 1903 – January 14, 1977)
John Gielgud (April 14, 1904 – May 21, 2000)
T. H. White (May 29, 1906 – January 17, 1964)
Laurence Olivier (May 22, 1907-July 11, 1989)
Frida Kahlo (July 6, 1907 – July 13, 1954)
Alain Daniélou (October 4, 1907 – January 27, 1994)
Quentin Crisp (December 25, 1908 – November 21, 1999)
Barbro Alving (January 12, 1909 – January 22, 1987)
Jean Genet (December 19, 1910 – April 15, 1986)
Bayard Rustin (March 17, 1912 – August 24, 1987)
Harry Hay (April 7, 1912-October 24, 2002)
Alan Turing (June 23, 1912 – June 7, 1954)
Danny Kaye (January 18, 1913 – March 3, 1987)
James Broughton (November 10, 1913 – May 17, 1999)
William S. Burroughs (February 5, 1914-August 2, 1997)
Billie Holliday (April 7, 1915–July 17, 1959)
Laurence Michael Dillon (May 1, 1915 – May 15, 1962)
Harold Norse (July 6, 1916 – June 8, 2009)
John Lyon Burnside III (November 2, 1916 – September 14, 2008)
Ernestine (Tiny) Davis
Laura de Force Gordon
Barbara Deming (1917 – 1984)
Merce Cunningham (April 16, 1919 – July 26, 2009)
Touko Laaksonen/Tom of Finland (May 8, 1920 – November 7, 1991)
Pier Paolo Pasolini (March 5, 1922 – November 2, 1975)
Tobias Schneebaum (March 25, 1922 – September 20, 2005)
Beatrice Arthur (May 13, 1922 – April 25, 2009)
Yukio Mishima (January 14, 1925 – November 25, 1970)
Richard Burton (November 10, 1925 – August 5, 1984)
Christine Jorgensen (May 30, 1926 – May 3, 1989)
Alex Sanders (June 6, 1926 – April 30, 1988)
Charlotte von Mahlsdorf (March 18, 1928 – April 30, 2002)
Maurice Sendak (June 10, 1928 – May 8, 2012)
Thomas Burnett Swann (October 12, 1928 – May 5, 1976)
Andy Warhol (August 6, 1928 – February 22, 1987)
Leo Louis Martello (September 26, 1930 – June 29, 2000)
James Dean (February 8, 1931 – September 30, 1955)
Elizabeth Taylor (February 27, 1932 – March 23, 2011)
Issan Dorsey Roshi (March 7, 1933 — September 6, 1990)
Jeremy Brett (November 3, 1933 – September 12, 1995)
Peter Allison/Christopher Larkin, “Purusha the Androgyne” (January 17, 1934 – June 21, 1988)
Audre Lorde (February 18, 1934 – November 17, 1992)
Monique Wittig (July 13, 1935 – January 3, 2003)
Herman Slater (February 6, 1938 – July 9, 1992)
Rudolf Khametovich Nureyev (March 17, 1938 – January 6, 1993)
Graham Chapman (January 8, 1941 – October 4, 1989)
Derek Jarman (January 31, 1942 – February 19, 1994)
Gloria Anzaldua (September 26, 1942 – May 15, 2004)
Freddie Mercury (September 5, 1946 – November 24, 1991)
Edmund Buczynski, Jr. of the Minoan Brotherhood (January 28, 1947 – March 16, 1989)
Barbara Cameron
Catherine Holman White
Dr. Pamela McClure
Harold Vaughn (January 15, 19-? – December 31, 2010)
John Boswell (March 20, 1947–December 24, 1994)
Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick (May 2, 1950 – April 12, 2009)
Marcella Althaus-Reid (? 1952 – 20 February 2009)
Andrew Okun/Al Parker (June 25, 1952 – August 17, 1992)
Ric Weiland (April 21, 1953 – June 24, 2006)
Scott Cunningham (June 27, 1956 – March 28, 1993)
Jermaine Stewart (September 7, 1957 – March 17, 1997)
Willi Ninja (April 12, 1961 – September 2, 2006)
Jhonn Balance (February 16, 1962 – November 13, 2004)
Jeff Buckley (November 17, 1966-May 29, 1997)
Kurt Cobain (February 20, 1967 – April 5, 1994)
Lady Jaye Breyer P-Orridge (July 1, 1969 – October 9, 2007)
Gene Barnes
Mel Fuller
Chester Mainard
Stephen Gately (March 17, 1976 – October 10, 2009)
Brian Fairbrother (died September 8, 2011)
Lord Merlin/David John White (died September 23, 2011)

The Venerable Exemplars of Spirituality
Diotima of Mantineia
Maximinus Daia (c. November 20, 270 – July or August, 313)
Maxentius (c. 278 – October 28, 312)
Flavius Eugenius (died September 6, 394 CE)
Arbogast (died September 6, 394 CE)
Joannes Scottus Eriugena (c. 815 – c. 877)
Meister Eckhart (c. 1260 – c. 1327)
Joseph Campbell (March 26, 1904 – October 30, 1987)
Hilda Charlton (1906 – January 29, 1988)
Simone Weil (February 3, 1909 – August 24, 1943)

*****

Ignis Corporis Infirmat; Ignis sed Animae Perstat!

Haec est unde, Haec est unde, Haec est unde vita venit!

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