NAME: Greek, means "venerable"
EARTHLY LIFE: Third and fourth centuries; France, Italy
CHARACTERISTICS AND ACTIVITY: Praetorian guard who converted and suffered martyrdom
PATRON OF: Athletes; archers; tapestry makers; traffic cops
SPECIAL DEVOTIONS: Invoked against the plague
CONNECTIONS W/ OTHER SAINTS: Roch and Christopher are also protectors against the plague and unexpected death
SYMBOLS: Most commonly portrayed as a young man tied up and being shot by arrows. Sometimes dressed as soldier. Symbols are arrows and the palm of martyrdom
(Blatently stolen from "Saints in Art" by Rosa Giorgi, Trans. by T. M. Hartmann)
In case you're wondering, it wasn't the arrows that killed him. He was found and healed. Then he was clubbed to death and thrown in the Cloaca Maxima.