subject date: 2016-12-30

caption: San Guglielmo (? - 10 January 1209), Cistercian monaco, abbot of Pontigny, Fontaine and Jean-Chaalis, receives the miter and pastoral staff for appointment as archbishop of Bourges, in 1200, on the advice of Odo bishop of Paris. He is known for its great humility and kindness, promoted by Pope Innocent III against Albigensian Crusade banned, but died of illness before you can participate. He was proclaimed a saint by Pope Honorius III in 1218. Commemoration of January 10th. colored engraving, Italy 1886

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continent: Europa

image century : XIX

image epoch: Ottocento

subject century: XIII

subject epoch: Medioevo

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