SAN TARCISIO (? -257) martyr. He suffered martyrdom as a young boy as he brought the Eucharist to the Christians in prison. Discovered, he gripped the Body of Jesus to his chest, in order not to let it fall into profane hands, but was killed during the persecution of the Valerian emperor. Portrait of the Saint with the chalice of the Eucharist covered by a white cloth, underneath, the scene of stoning. Chromolithographic image. Milan, 1901

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title: SAINT TARCISIO MARTYR

subject date: 2008-01-03

caption: SAN TARCISIO (? -257) martyr. He suffered martyrdom as a young boy as he brought the Eucharist to the Christians in prison. Discovered, he gripped the Body of Jesus to his chest, in order not to let it fall into profane hands, but was killed during the persecution of the Valerian emperor. Portrait of the Saint with the chalice of the Eucharist covered by a white cloth, underneath, the scene of stoning. Chromolithographic image. Milan, 1901

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continent: Europa

image century : XX

image epoch: Paleocristiano

subject century: III

subject epoch: Paleocristiano

technique: Cromolitografia

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