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Historical Archive: Saints Faith to Louis

This page is alphabetical, not chronological.


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Saint Faith reliquary (Majesté de Sainte Foi), 9th c. and later, Conques, abbey treasury
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Saint Faustinus on horseback from Porta della Pile, mid 13th c., Brescia Museum of Santa Giulia. For other views see Brescia.
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SS. Anastasia, Justina, *Felicitas, Perpetua, and Vincentia, mosaic, early 6th c., Sant'Apollinare Nuovo, Ravenna. This monument has its own page.
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Saint Florian, linden wood, Austria c.1475-1500, Cluny Cl.16803. For another view see Cluny.
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SS. *Florus and Laurus (bottom): Yakov Fedosov 1359, Lyudogoshch cross, wood, which has its own page
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Pope John IV, St. Venantius *Fortunatus: Lateran Baptistery, Rome, Chapel of St. Vanantius, 640-49. This chapel has its own interior page.
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Saint Francis receiving stigmata, Jan van Eyck 1430-32, oil on vellum on panel, PMA cat. 314. Francis has his own page.
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St. Gabra Manfas Qeddus (left): Ethiopian double diptych pendant, late 17th c., StLouis 12:2016, which has its own page
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SS. Maurus, Septimus, Antiochianus, *Gaianus: Lateran Baptistery, Rome, Chapel of St. Vanantius, 640-49. This chapel has its own interior page.
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St. Genevieve: procession of relics of St. Denis, Saint-Denis basilica crypt, 1140-44, which has its own page with contiguous faces of capital.
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St. George and the dragon, marble, Michel Colombe 1509-10, Louvre MR 1645. This work has its own page. George has his own page.
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St. Gerasimus: Yakov Fedosov 1359, Lyudogoshch cross, wood, which has its own page
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Saint Gervasius, presbytery arch mosaic, Ravenna, Church of San Vitale, 527-48. This work has its own interior and exterior pages.
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St. Giles (in white): Giovanni di Paolo 1460-65, Last Judgment, SPN inv. 172, which has its own page
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SS Boris and *Gleb (lower left), 1547-51, Moscow Annunciation Cathedral, which has its own page
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St. Godehard (center left): font, copper alloy c.1226, Hildesheim Cathedral. This work has its own page with another angle.
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Mass of St. Gregory, early 16th c., tempera on pine, Portillo Master (active Palencia 1460-1506), MFAB 85.7. Gregory has his own page with another view.
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St. Gregory Dialogos, left: Major Sakkos of Photius, Byzantine 1408-31, Armory TK-4, which has its own page
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St. Hedwig of Silesia with John the Baptist, Annunciation: Polyptych fr. church St. Elizabeth Wrocław, tempera on wood, c.1480, MNW Śr. 124. This work has its own page.
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St. Helena: Byzantine triptych, late 11th-early 12th c., on Stavelot Triptych, Morgan AZ001, which has its own page. Helena has her own page.
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St. Henry (Emperor Henry II, d.1024): Basel antependium, gold and gems on wood, early 11th c., Cluny Cl. 2350. This work has its own page.
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King Henry VI (Henry of Windsor, as saint?) with orb and scepter, antelope at feet, late 15th-early 16th c., lead alloy, MoL 97.22. For two more badges see MoL.
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St. Hilary of Poitiers baptizing and ordaining St. Martin, embroidered altar frontal, 2nd half of 14th c., MRAH. This work has its own page.
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Holy *Innocents (children killed in the Massacre of the Innocents): Giovanni di Paolo 1460-65, Last Judgment, SPN inv. 172, which has its own page with many Innocents
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St. James the Greater, Spain 13th c., limestone with traces paint, MFAB 50.26. This work has its own page. James the Greater has his own page.
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beating death of St. James the Less: Stavelot altar, gilt bronze with enamel and rock crystal, c.1150-60, MRAH 1590. This work has its own page. James the Less has his own page.
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Saint Jerome translating the Bible, Dagulf Psalter cover ivories, late 8th c., Louvre. This object has its own page. Jerome has his own page.
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Joachim and Anna, late 15th c. keystone, St. Séverin, Paris, which has its own page.
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Annunciation to *Joachim and Anna: Life of Mary polyptych from Hamburg cathedral, Absolon Stumme 1499, MNW Śr. 432. This work has its own page.
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Joachim: Entry into the Temple: Life of Mary polyptych from Hamburg cathedral, Absolon Stumme 1499, MNW Śr. 432. This work has its own page.
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Joan of Arc (Jeanne d'Arc), molded glass bottle, Verreries Legras (estab. 1869), MAHSD Na 4348. For additional views see Saint Denis Museum.
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St. John of Lithuania (left half figure): Major Sakkos of Photius, Byzantine 1408-31, Armory TK-4, which has its own page
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John the Baptist: Baptism of Christ, engraved reverse, crystal, 6th-7th c., Met 31.12.3. John the Baptist has his own page.
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John the Evangelist, Crucifixion, jasper, c.900, V&A A.77-1937. John the Evangelist has his own page
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St. John the Gracious, upper left: Major Sakkos of Photius, Byzantine 1408-31, Armory TK-4, which has its own page
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St. Jonah, metropolitan of Moscow, wood and tempera shrine cover from Cathedral of the Assumption, c.1675-1700, KremlinArch. For detail see KremlinArch.
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St. Jos (Josse, Jodoc) with rosary, late 14th c., lead alloy, prob. fr. Saint-Josse-sur-Mer, France, MoL SWA81[0]<965>
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St. Joseph appliqué, ivory and polychrome, late 13th c., MAHSD. Joseph has his own page.
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Joseph of Arimathea? (right), poss. 15th c., Novgorod cathedral doors, bronze. The doors have their own page. For other possible Joseph of Arimathea figures see Deposition.
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prob. St. Judas Thaddeus (Jude): apostle with club, alabaster, c.1450-60 southern Netherlands or north-east France, PMA 1999-131-1. Jude has his own page.
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SS. Anastasia, *Justina, Felicitas, Perpetua, and Vincentia, mosaic, early 6th c., Sant'Apollinare Nuovo, Ravenna. This monument has its own page.
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front row of dome: SS. John the Baptist, Prosdocimo Bishop of Padua, *Justina, Daniel deacon of Padua. Baptistery, cathedral of Padua, 1376 frescoes, Giusto de' Menabuoi. This work has its own pages.
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SS. Florus and *Laurus (bottom): Yakov Fedosov 1359, Lyudogoshch cross, wood, which has its own page
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Saint Lawrence's finger reliquary, late 13th to early 14th c. France, copper and gilded silver, Louvre. Lawrence has his own page.
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martyr Prince Lazar Hrebeljanović: Efimiya encomium, gold and silver embroidery on silk, Serbia 1402, MSOC
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St. Leonard blessing a prisoner, manacles on wall, 13th-14th c., from Saint-Leonard-de-Noblat, France, lead alloy, MoL 82.8/13
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Saint Louis with the kneeling Guy de Meyos, enamel on copper gilt, funerary plaque found at Civray (Vienne), Limoges 1307, Louvre OA 7495.
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St. Louis 1360-64, prob. Master Theodoric: Karlstejn Castle, Chapel of the Holy Cross c.1360-65, which has its own page
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St. Louis holding the Crown of Thorns, linden wood, A. Carvin 1927; with silver gilt and glass reliquary, 1833 holding relics from Ste. Chapelle, Paris; Sens CT
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St. Louis holding the Crown of Thorns, linden wood, A. Carvin 1927; with silver gilt and glass reliquary, 1833 holding relics from Ste. Chapelle, Paris; Sens CT
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St. Louis Bishop of Toulouse: Giovanni di Paolo 1453, St. Nicholas polyptych, SPN inv. 173, which has its own page