The Life of Saint Nina Equal-to-the-Apostles
St. Nina was taken as a prisoner to Georgia. There, by her prayers, numerous people were healed of sicknesses, including the Queen of Georgia. The Queen was converted, and her husband, and many thousands of Georgians were baptized. St. Nina, one of the most beloved of saints of the Slavic peoples, was probably a Greek from the eastern half of the Roman Empire (later Byzantium). Several variations of her life have been translated into English, as well as the complete service in her honour.