HOLY JULIA THE SCHIAVA (420-450), a Christian martyr, venerated as a saint by the Catholic Church who declared him patron saint of Corsica and Livorno. According to an ancient passion, the saint was a noble Carthaginian, who became a slave to Syrian merchant Eusebius, who had been very fond of her for his loyalty and dedication, and carried her with him on journeys; Being unharmed from a shipwreck on the coasts of Corsica, where the cruel Felice had reigned, the merchant and the crew had sacrificed with gratitude to the gods, but the young Christian did not join the rituals, and his master had not wanted to punish him For his lack, causing Felice's disdain. The latter wanted to buy it for her and bend her to her will, but Eusebio did not intend to surrender her. Taking advantage of the merchant's drift, the governor tried to force her to worship the gods, and with her unwavering rejection ordered her martyrdom, which culminated in the crucifixion. The commemoration at the time of the press was celebrated on 21 May, while the Roman Martirology of 2001 sets liturgical memory on May 22. Colored Etching, Italy 1886

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title: SANTA GIULIA THE SLAVE

subject date: 2017-05-07

caption: HOLY JULIA THE SCHIAVA (420-450), a Christian martyr, venerated as a saint by the Catholic Church who declared him patron saint of Corsica and Livorno. According to an ancient passion, the saint was a noble Carthaginian, who became a slave to Syrian merchant Eusebius, who had been very fond of her for his loyalty and dedication, and carried her with him on journeys; Being unharmed from a shipwreck on the coasts of Corsica, where the cruel Felice had reigned, the merchant and the crew had sacrificed with gratitude to the gods, but the young Christian did not join the rituals, and his master had not wanted to punish him For his lack, causing Felice's disdain. The latter wanted to buy it for her and bend her to her will, but Eusebio did not intend to surrender her. Taking advantage of the merchant's drift, the governor tried to force her to worship the gods, and with her unwavering rejection ordered her martyrdom, which culminated in the crucifixion. The commemoration at the time of the press was celebrated on 21 May, while the Roman Martirology of 2001 sets liturgical memory on May 22. Colored Etching, Italy 1886

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