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St Theobald Medal

St Theobald Medal

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A French authentic religious medal made of brass metal. The fine pendant finely features Saint Thibaut or St Theobald of Provins. "Theobald died in Sossano on June 30, now his feast day, in A.D. 1066. His relics were translated to a monastery nears Sens, and then to Auxerre, at the Priory of Saint-Thibault-en-Auxois, Côte-d'Or.
Theobald was canonized in 1073 by Pope Alexander II. Numerous miracles, some occurring before and some after his death, are reported of him. His cult is centered on Provins and Saint-Thibault-en-Auxois, where the Cluniac priory had some of his relics. He is the patron saint of charcoal-burners."

Rare religious pendant.

Height: 1" (2.5cm)
Width: 3/4" (2cm)

Good antique condition with some signs of ages. See photos.

Patron: of Provins, farmers, winegrowers, shoemakers, beltmakers, charcoal-burners, bachelors, invoked against fever, afflictions associated with the eyes, dry cough, infertility, panic attacks
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