San MASSIMO bishop (IV century - around 420) also known as Massimo I, is historically considered the founder of the Archdiocese of Turin. Disciple of Sant'Ambrogio and Sant'Eusebio, played the episcopal role in the difficult era of barbarian invasions. Commemoration on June 25th. Colored Etching, Italy 1886

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title: SAN MASSIMO BISHOP

subject date: 2017-06-21

caption: San MASSIMO bishop (IV century - around 420) also known as Massimo I, is historically considered the founder of the Archdiocese of Turin. Disciple of Sant'Ambrogio and Sant'Eusebio, played the episcopal role in the difficult era of barbarian invasions. Commemoration on June 25th. Colored Etching, Italy 1886

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