The Holy Martyr Quintus hailed from Phrygia, a Roman province of Asia Monor, where since childhood he was brought up in Christian faith and piety. Having come to Neolida, he did many charitable acts and by prayer he healed those possessed by unclean spirits. The governor of the district Ruphus demanded the saint to offer pagan sacrifice to idols, but he fell down into a demonic fit and Saint Quintus healed him in the Name of Christ. The shaken-up and grateful Ruphus released Saint Quintus, having rewarded him.
The holy ascetic set off to Pergamum, but along the way he was seized by pagans from the city of Cimum, who began to torture him because he was a christian. But the Lord Himself intervened for the holy confessor: a strong earthquake occurred destroying the idolatrous temple. The frightened pagans stopped the torture, but left the saint in chains until the arrival of the new governor Klearchos. Klearchos gave orders to break the legs of Saint Quintus, but by the grace of God the saint was healed and after his confessor's act he lived 10 years more in the service of neighbour, working many miracles. He died in the year 283.