Châsse de St-Maxenceul (XIIIe s.) - Eglise de Cunault by Philippe_28 on Flickr.
Reliquary made of walnut preserving the bones of St. Maxenceul, first evangelist of Cunault, France during the 4th c.
Via Flickr: Châsse sculptée dans un seul bloc de noyer. A l’intérieur sont conservés les ossements de St-Maxenceul, premier évangélisateur de Cunault au IVe s.

Châsse de St-Maxenceul (XIIIe s.) - Eglise de Cunault by Philippe_28 on Flickr.

Reliquary made of walnut preserving the bones of St. Maxenceul, first evangelist of Cunault, France during the 4th c.

Via Flickr:
Châsse sculptée dans un seul bloc de noyer. A l’intérieur sont conservés les ossements de St-Maxenceul, premier évangélisateur de Cunault au IVe s.

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