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Rare reliquary in silver bronze with a beveled glass front, containing the first-class Ex Ossibus relic of Saint Simon (the Canaanite OrSimon the Zealot) and the relic First Class Ex Ossibus of Saint Judas (Judas Thaddée) The relics are fixed on a fabric background decorated with gold threads and they are identified in Latin on a label handwritten as St Simonis .Apost . And Thadei. Post

Good used condition with its original glass.

Not open.

Ecclesiastical stamp present and son in place.

ERA : 18th
DIMENSION : 4cm X 3cm X 1.5cm
SIZE : 1.6" X 1.2" X 0.6"

Saint Simon, also known as Simon the Zealot, was one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus Christ. Before meeting Jesus, Simon was a member of the Jewish nationalist movement called the Zealots, which sought freedom from Roman occupation in Judea. Simon was chosen by Jesus to become one of his disciples and traveled with him for many years preaching the good news of the kingdom of God. After Jesus' death and resurrection, Simon continued to preach the word of God and was eventually martyred at Perses in Persia. His feast day is celebrated on October 28 in the Catholic Church.

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Judas was one of the twelve apostles chosen by Jesus Christ. A native of Kerioth, he was the treasurer of the group and had financial responsibilities. However, he turned out to be a traitor by agreeing to hand Jesus over to the religious authorities for a reward of thirty pieces of silver. This betrayal led to the arrest and crucifixion of Jesus. After realizing the error of his deed, Judas was consumed with remorse and hanged himself. His betrayal made history and his name became synonymous with betrayal and perfidy.

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