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Europa Irlanda


subject date: 2003-07-16

caption: SAN PATRIZIO (370-461) is the patron of Ireland, slaying the snakes. Breton, was a slave in Ireland for six years; returned to his homeland, entered the clergy; who went to Galilee was consecrated bishop; he returned as a missionary in Ireland in about 432 and engaged in an important work of conversion to Christianity. This representation is adopted by the syncretic cult to represent the Danbala spirit (Damballah) since the Voudun came into contact with the Christian religion practiced by the European colonists who had imported it into the Caribbean. Contamination between the two religions led to the assimilation of Voudun idols with the fundamental figures of Christianity. Chromolithographic Imagination, 1888

category: HIS

city: Europa

copyright: © Fototeca Gilardi

copyright status: Copyrighted Work

country: Irlanda

credit: Fototeca Gilardi

instructions: Per utilizzi: Fototeca Gilardi - t. 02 3931 2652

place: Europa

file date: 0000-00-00 00:00:00

priority: 0

multiplying price: 1.00

pricing: default

continent: Europa

image century : XIX

image epoch: Paleocristiano

subject century: IV - V

subject epoch: Paleocristiano

technique: Cromolitografia

id: 15361

file name: FSNgilardi_39983.jpg


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