subject date: 2017-01-06

caption: 26 MARTYRS OF JAPAN, group of Catholics killed by crucifixion February 5, 1597 in Nagasaki and martyrs proclaimed saints by the Catholic Church 's June 8, 1862 by Pope Pius IX. The evangelization of Japan, started by St. Francis Xavier and at first welcomed in support of new business relationships with Spain and Portugal, and later had a critical period in the Philippines, the Spanish had taken power after converting the population, consequently the Shogunate and the imperial government had become wary of the Catholic profession, which first took off the backing, then they defended it when it was not the subject of real local persecutions, and which finally, in 1630, forbade the execution in public. Commemoration of Martyrs February 5. colored engraving, Italy 1886

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continent: Asia

image century : XIX

image epoch: Ottocento

subject century: XVI

subject epoch: Colonialismo

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