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St. Gennaro Italian Wall Tapestry

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St. Gennaro Italian Wall Tapestry

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me 19/04/2020

Awesome as it hangs on the wall in our family room...

Michael Woolweaver 04/03/2020

Great tapestry. Colors look great, picture looks better in person than on the website.

Dorothy Caufield 28/02/2020

The tapestry was beautiful. Color was gorgeous. The fabric was soft. It looks great on my wall. When I look at it, I am reminded of my trip to Venice.

Marry Williams 31/01/2020

It is stunning hanging behind my bed.

Eline Yulea 16/12/2019

Lovely colours and texture. I secured it to the wall by adding a weighted rod to the bottom of the tapestry.

Description

St. Gennaro, or Januarius, is an Italian jacquard wall tapestry. The image is of Januarius, Bishop of Naples, a martyr saint of the Roman Catholic and the Eastern Orthodox Churches. While no contemporary sources on his life are preserved, later sources and legends claim that he died during the Diocletianic Persecution, which ended with Diocletian's retirement in 305. Januarius is the patron saint of Naples. According to various Christian legends, Januarius became local priest of his parish in Benevento at age 15, which at the time was relatively pagan. When Januarius was 20, he became Bishop of Naples and befriended Juliana of Nicomedia and Saint Sossius whom he met during his priestly studies. During the 1 1?2-year-long persecution of Christians by Emperor Diocletian, he hid his fellow Christians and prevented them from being caught. Unfortunately, while visiting Sossius in jail, he too was arrested. He and his colleagues were condemned to be thrown to wild bears in the Flavian Amphitheater at Pozzuoli, but the sentence was changed due to fear of public disturbances, and they were instead beheaded at the Solfatara crater near Pozzuoli. Other legends state either that the wild beasts refused to eat them, or that he was thrown into a furnace but came out unscathed.

Specifications

Brand Charlotte Home Furnishings Inc.
Artist NO
Composition 80% Cotton, 20% Viscose and Polyester blend.
Finish Backed with lining and tunnel for easy hanging
Origin Woven in Italy
Color Red,Blue,White,Cream

Weight & Dimensions

Dimension Weight
A - H 24" x W 17" 3.00 lb

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Estimated Shipping Date: 08/20/2020