Martyr of Caesarea, in Cappadocia in modern, Turkey, although he is listed as dying in Antioch, Turkey. He was arrested and imprisoned for being a Christian and commanded to sacrifice to the pagan deities. He lost his hand to hot coals of incense before being slain becuase he would not save himself pain by allowing the coals to be sprinkled on an idol. St. Basil preached in his honor.
(Taken from Our Sunday Visitor's Encyclopedia of Saints)