Antique reliquary with bail, containing 7 relics:
- Saint Notburga Virgin
In the village of Eben, in Tyrol, Saint Notburga was a virgin, who as a homemaker, served Christ by helping the poor and left an example of holiness to the peasants of Eben.
She died on September 14th 1313. The believers worship her golden skeleton in the little church of Eben. In 1718, her remains were recomposed, according to the custom of the time, dressed with silk, gold and silver and displayed upright on the main altar, and are still there today. She is invoked as a model and patroness of rural youth and worshipped as the patroness of peasants and maids. St. Notburga widespread cult in Tyrol, Austria, Istria and Bavaria was confirmed by Pope Pius IX in a decree of 27 March 1862.
- St. Vincenca Martyr
In Madrid, Spain, Saint Vincenca Maria López Vicuña, a virgin, founded and propagated the Institute of the Daughters of Mary Immaculate to offer spiritual and material help to girls separated from their families and employed as servants.
- Saint Victoria Martyr
According to the Passio, Anatolia and Vittoria, two young highbred Roman women, Christian and consecrated to God, refused to marry their patrician suitors. The two men then imprisoned the young women in their estates in Sabina where Victoria got killed and buried in a cave.
- St. Cristina Martyr
Christina was indomitable in her faith. She was tortured in many ways and even exposed to the bites of snakes provided by a snake charmer from Marsica. But instead of biting her, the snakes licked the sweat off her body. A less realistic version of this legend, has it that the snakes turned against the charmer and bit him, but Christina moved to pity and healed him.
St.Christina Passio narrates that Giuliano had her breast ripped off and ordered her tongue cut out. The saint then collected a piece of her own tongue and threw it in his face, blinding him in one eye. Finally, the archers mortally pierced her with two arrows, just like St. Sebastian. She is the patron saint of the millers.
- Santa Celestina Martyr
Celestina was a Roman matron who lived at the time of Emperor Valerian, welcomed persecuted Christians and provided for the burial of those who had been martyred. She became a victim of this violence herself under the same emperor.
- St. Candida Martyr
According to the Roman Martyrology, she was martyred in Carthage at the time of Emperor Maximian, on September 20th of an unspecified year. Baronio, however, does not mention ancient documents other than Galesino and the calendar of the Church of Cordoba, in Spain. Saint Candida Virgin is also mentioned in the Mozarabic calendars.
- St. Amanda Martyr
- Aantal items
- 7 Sante - Santa Notburga, S.Amanda, S.Cristina, S.Vittoria, S.Vincenza, S.Candida, S.Celestina, Reliek
- Karton, Kristal, Messing, Textiel
- Geschatte periode
- 19e eeuw
- Land van herkomst
- Goede staat - gebruikt met kleine tekenen van ouderdom en vlekjes
- 9×6×1,4 cm