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Saint Christopher - Artist: Titian Completion Date: 1524 Style: High Renaissance Genre: religious painting Technique: fresco Dimensions: 310 x 186 cm Gallery: Private Collection Patron Saints, Catholic Saints, Religious Images, Religious Art, Fresco, Wilhelm Busch, High Renaissance, Saint Christopher, Italian Painters
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Saint Charles Borromeo Catholic Church in Picayune, Mississippi - Devotion - Patron Saints - St. Christopher

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The Holy Ten Martyrs of Crete and the Discovery of their Relics in 1898

The Holy Ten Martyrs of Crete (Feast Day - December 23) SYNAXARION On the twenty-third of this month [December], we commemorate the Holy Ten Martyrs who were martyred in Crete. Verses The ten cattle of the Arch-shepherd Christ, Enter beheaded into the fold of the Martyrs. On the twenty-third ten men from Crete were beheaded. These Saints lived during the reign of Emperor Decius (249-251), and were from the island of Crete, though not from a single city, but from its various cities and…

Decian persecution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Old Things, Things To Come, King Of The World, Antique Coins, Persecution, Ancient Rome, Roman Empire, Reign, Celtic
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Decius was the 34th emperor in 249-251. A governor and consul, he was a military commander before seizing the throne from Philip. With Philip dead, and Decius approaching Rome, the Senate declared him emperor. Decius is known for issuing an edict requiring sacrifice to ancestral gods; Pope Fabian refused and was executed for it in 250. In the later year of his reign, he co-ruled with his older son. They were both killed in the Battle of Abritus against the Goths. He left one son, Hostilian.

Martyrs Atticus, Agapius, Eudoxius, Carterius, Istucarius (Styrax), Pactobius (Tobias), and Nictopolion suffered during the reign of Emperor Decius in the city of Sebaste (320 AD). They were warriors who admitted to being Christian. After various torments they were burned. They are celebrated November 3. Day Of Pentecost, Religious Icons, Orthodox Icons, Atticus, Tobias, Emperor, Reign, Catholic, Creatures
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Martyrs Atticus, Agapius, Eudoxius, Carterius, Istucarius (Styrax), Pactobius (Tobias), and Nictopolion suffered during the reign of Emperor Decius in the city of Sebaste (320 AD). They were warriors who admitted to being Christian. After various torments they were burned. They are celebrated November 3.

We provide full day, half day, private and customized tours all around the ancient city of Ephesus and nearby attractions. Unexplained Mysteries, Ephesus, The Seven, Ancient Architecture, Abandoned Places, Time Travel, Mount Rushmore, Places To Visit, Tours
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Located on the northern slopes of Mount Pion, near Ephesus, The Grotto of Seven Sleepers has been discovered by both Christians and Moslems with a growing interest. According to the Christian legend seven young men were walled in during the reign of Decius (250) and yet were seen alive in the streets of Ephesus during the reign of Theodosius II some years after the Council of Ephesus (431). In the Koran, the sleepers slept 309 years. A church has been built above this Grotto by Christians.

We provide full day, half day, private and customized tours all around the ancient city of Ephesus and nearby attractions. Unexplained Mysteries, Ephesus, The Seven, Ancient Architecture, Abandoned Places, Time Travel, Mount Rushmore, Places To Visit, Tours
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Located on the northern slopes of Mount Pion, near Ephesus, The Grotto of Seven Sleepers has been discovered by both Christians and Moslems with a growing interest. According to the Christian legend seven young men were walled in during the reign of Decius (250) and yet were seen alive in the streets of Ephesus during the reign of Theodosius II some years after the Council of Ephesus (431). In the Koran, the sleepers slept 309 years. A church has been built above this Grotto by Christians.

We provide full day, half day, private and customized tours all around the ancient city of Ephesus and nearby attractions. Unexplained Mysteries, Ephesus, The Seven, Ancient Architecture, Abandoned Places, Time Travel, Mount Rushmore, Places To Visit, Tours
Ancient ArchitectureAbandoned PlacesMount Rushmore

Located on the northern slopes of Mount Pion, near Ephesus, The Grotto of Seven Sleepers has been discovered by both Christians and Moslems with a growing interest. According to the Christian legend seven young men were walled in during the reign of Decius (250) and yet were seen alive in the streets of Ephesus during the reign of Theodosius II some years after the Council of Ephesus (431). In the Koran, the sleepers slept 309 years. A church has been built above this Grotto by Christians.

Peter Paul Rubens, The Death of the Consul Decius, 1616 - Oil on panel, Madrid, Museo Nacional del Prado. Peter Paul Rubens, Baroque Painting, Renaissance Art, Rembrandt, Art Reproductions, Art And Architecture, Drawing, Art History, Oil On Canvas
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La muerte del cónsul Decio - Colección

Este boceto fue diseñado por Rubens para una serie de tapices sobre la vida del cónsul romano Publio Decio (siglo IV a. C.), según la narración de Tit...

Gaius Messius Quintus Decius Augustus, Roman emperor from CE. In 250 AD, the emperor Decius issued a decree requiring public sacrifice, a formality equivalent to a testimonial of allegiance to the emperor and the established order. Ancient Rome, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Sculpture Romaine, Fall Of Constantinople, Rome Antique, Roman Sculpture, Apraxia, Roman History
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