Syrian name [anafat] refers to a - "proud; benefit".
The Holy Virgin Martyr Valentina and Paula suffered in the year 308 under Emperor Maximian II Galerius. St. Ennatha came from the city of Gaza, St. Valentina was a native of Palestinian Caesarea, and St. Paula was from the region of Caesarea.
St. Ennatha was the first to be brought to trial before Governor Firmilian, bravely declaring herself a Christian. She was beaten and suspended from a pillar and scourged, offering her pure soul to Christ.
St. Valentina, accused of not worshipping the pagan gods, was led to a temple to offer sacrifices, but she bravely hurled a stone at the idol and turned her back on it. She was beaten mercilessly and sentenced to be beheaded along with St. Ennatha.