subject date: 2016-03-06

caption: SAN CORRADO Constance (about 900-975), or Conrad of Altdorf; noble of the Guelph family, bishop of Constance from 935 to death, is revered as a saint by the Catholic Church. According to one of the medieval legends concerning him, during the celebration of a Mass a spider he had fallen into the wine. Not wanting to throw the consecrated liquid, he drank with the spider, who later emerged unscathed from his mouth and he could leave safely. This is why the saint is often depicted in the act of serving mass with a spider above the glass. Recurrence November 26, little image chromolithographic, Germany nineteenth century

category: HIS

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country: Germania

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continent: Europa

image century : XIX

image epoch: Ottocento

subject century: X

subject epoch: Medioevo

technique: Cromolitografia

id: 38811

file name: FSNgilardi_70662.jpg


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Dimensioni di stampa (300dpi): 27 x 47 cm