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Nicolaus Gerhaert von Leyden, Reliquary Bust of Saint Margaret of Antioch Laat Gotisch, Walnut, with traces of polychromy, Collection Art Institute of Chicago Renaissance, Madonna, Statues, Rome Antique, Empire Romain, St Margaret, Effigy, Art Institute Of Chicago, Medieval Art

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catherinewillis: “ sealmaiden: “ Attributed to Nicolaus Gerhaert von Leyden Netherlandish, active in Germany, 1462/73 Reliquary Bust of Saint Margaret of Antioch, 1465/70 Walnut, with traces of...

 Margaret of Antioch (Margaret the Virgin-Martyr). She was said to have been swallowed by Satan, who had adopted the form of a dragon; she then forced the dragon to regurgitate her by irritating. Dragon Medieval, Medieval Art, Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, Illuminated Letters, Ste Marguerite, Renaissance, Dragons, St Margaret

St. Margaret of Antioch - Saints & Angels - Catholic Online

Martyr of Antioch in Pisidia, sometimes called Marina. She is traditionally believed to be the daughter of a pagan priest who became a Christian. Beautiful, Margaret refused proposals from Olybrius, the local prefect, who imprisoned her and tortured her cruelly. Margaret was eventually beheaded, ...

 Margaret of Antioch (Margaret the Virgin-Martyr). She was said to have been swallowed by Satan, who had adopted the form of a dragon; she then forced the dragon to regurgitate her by irritating. Dragon Medieval, Medieval Art, Medieval Manuscript, Illuminated Manuscript, Illuminated Letters, Ste Marguerite, Renaissance, Dragons, St Margaret

St. Margaret of Antioch - Saints & Angels - Catholic Online

Martyr of Antioch in Pisidia, sometimes called Marina. She is traditionally believed to be the daughter of a pagan priest who became a Christian. Beautiful, Margaret refused proposals from Olybrius, the local prefect, who imprisoned her and tortured her cruelly. Margaret was eventually beheaded, ...

Saint Margaret of Antioch (aged ca. Alabaster with traces of gilding in the hair. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City. Catholic Names, St Margaret, Joan Of Arc, Medieval Art, Natural History, Middle Ages, Pottery Art, My Images, Drake

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