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17th-century glass female saint; holding a palm branch, symbol of martyrdom, and a crown, glory.

holding a palm branch, symbol of martyrdom, and a crown, glory.

The sixth-century ivory handle of a crosier used by St Gregory, owned by the Vatican, loaned to Canterbury Cathedral in 2016.

The sixth-century ivory handle of a crosier used by St Gregory, owned by the Vatican, loaned to Canterbury Cathedral in

Read today's post to get the most complete list of Marian apparitions.

This Is the Most Complete List of Marian Apparitions

A figure of Padmasambhava seated on lotus throne; holding a vajra and purnaghata (vase of life); features a sun-moon symbol, representing transcended duality, on his hat. (British Museum)

A figure of Padmasambhava seated on lotus throne; holding a vajra and purnaghata (vase of life); features a sun-moon symbol, representing transcended duality, on his hat.

A bronze fourth-to-sixth-century chi-rho/labarum with pendant Greek letters 'alpha' and 'omega', representing Christ and God.

The Virgin and Child. Florentine, terracotta, circa 1425. Victoria and Albert Museum.

The Virgin and Child. Florentine, terracotta, circa Victoria and Albert Museum.

Warendorf Kerk

Warendorf Kerk

A late medieval winged ox, the symbol of St Luke the Evangelist. (Walters Museum)

A late medieval winged ox, the symbol of St Luke the Evangelist.

Standing Bishop,HANS VON REUTLINGEN, German bishop

Standing Bishop,HANS VON REUTLINGEN, German bishop

A sixteenth-/seventeenth-century painting of Saint Ursula, attributed to Caspar Fraisinger; she is shown with her symbolic attributes, arrows and a martyr's palm branch. (The Courtauld Gallery)

A sixteenth-/seventeenth-century painting of Saint Ursula, attributed to Caspar Fraisinger; she is shown with her symbolic attributes, arrows and a martyr's palm branch. (The Courtauld Gallery)

Sts Bartholomew, St Agatha and St Stephen Klein, Josua, 1624 The Victoria and Albert Museum

Depicting Saints Bartholomew, Agatha and Stephen. Atrributed to the workshop of Josua Klein in Altdorf or in Rapperswil, Switzerland, dated Museum Number

St Barbara, as depicted in a late-fifteenth-century southern Netherlandish book of hours; she is portrayed with a halo symbolising sanctity; a palm branch denoting martrydom; and her primary attribute: a tower (with three large windows, symbolising the Holy Trinity); (Harley 2985 f.39v). (British Library)

St Barbara, as depicted in a late-fifteenth-century southern Netherlandish book…

A large Italian terracotta group of the Madonna and Child, second half 17th century, Tuscany.    | © 2015 Sotheby’s

A large Italian terracotta group of the Madonna and Child, second half century, Tuscany.

16 de eeuw

16 de eeuw

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