8 Medallions Of Popes, Early 18th Century, Patinated Bronze flag

8 Medallions Of Popes, Early 18th Century, Patinated Bronze
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"8 Medallions Of Popes, Early 18th Century, Patinated Bronze"
Series of eight medallions of popes and religious figures: Clement of Rome or Clement I, 4th pope, from year 92 to year 99. Serge I or Sergius I, 84th pope, from December 15, 687 to September 8, 701. Leo III, 96th pope, from 795 to 816, crowned emperor Charlemagne in the year 800. Gerbert d'Aurillac known as the “learned Gerbert”, 139th pope under the name of Sylvester II from 999 to 1003. Rodrigo Borgia, 214th pope under the name of Alexander VI from 1492 to 1503. Gianfrancesco Albani, 243rd pope from 1700 to 1721, under the name of Clement XI. Vincent de Paul (1581-1660) is a figure of the spiritual and apostolic renewal of French Catholicism in the 17th century. Priest and founder of congregations, he worked throughout his life to alleviate material and moral misery. He was canonized in 1737. Father Pasquier Quesnel, oratorian, born in Paris on July 14, 1634 and died in Amsterdam on December 2, 1719, was a Jansenist theologian, famous for his writings and for the long struggle he sustained during the quarrels of Jansenism. Patinated bronze medallions, pewter frames. BEGINNING OF THE XVIIIth CENTURY. Diameter: 7 cm
Price : 1200 €
Period:18th century
Style:Louis 14th, Regency
Condition : Bon état

Material : Bronze patiné, étain
Diameter : 7 cm

Reference : 675899
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first half of the nineteenth century : paintings, drawings, works of art
8 Medallions Of Popes, Early 18th Century, Patinated Bronze
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