(3 syl.) or Tiburce (2 syl.). Brother of Valirian,
converted by the teaching of St. Cecilia, his
sister-in-law, and baptised by Pope Urban. Being brought before
Almachius the prefect, and commanded to worship the image of Jupiter,
both the brothers refused, and were decapitated. (
Al this thing sche unto Tiburce told (3 syl.), And after this Tiburce, in good entente (2 syl.), With Valirian to Pope Urban wente.
Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894