San FLORIANO Loch (? - may 4304), martyr; according to the hagiographic tradition it was a Roman soldier stationed in Noricum (now Austria), to defend the empire's northern border. He professed Christianity in secret, having learned that Loch forty Christians were arrested and sentenced to death, joined them and denounced by asking to join their ranks; He was interrogated, tortured, and then thrown into the river with a millstone around his neck, while he was Emperor Diocletian. Commemoration of May 4, the day of death (Dies Natalis, birth into heaven). Colored engraving, Italy 1886

Austria

title: SAN FLORIANO MARTIRE

subject date: 2017-05-07

caption: San FLORIANO Loch (? - may 4304), martyr; according to the hagiographic tradition it was a Roman soldier stationed in Noricum (now Austria), to defend the empire's northern border. He professed Christianity in secret, having learned that Loch forty Christians were arrested and sentenced to death, joined them and denounced by asking to join their ranks; He was interrogated, tortured, and then thrown into the river with a millstone around his neck, while he was Emperor Diocletian. Commemoration of May 4, the day of death (Dies Natalis, birth into heaven). Colored engraving, Italy 1886

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continent: Europa

image century : XIX

image epoch: Ottocento

subject century: IV

subject epoch: Paleocristiano

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martyrmartyrsmartyrdomSan FlorianoFloriano martireSaintshistory of the ChurchChristianityreligioncult of saintsCatholicismLauriacumKingdom of ItalyItaly

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