Bust of the Holy Child Martyr

Siglo XVII
Imagen devocional que representa el busto de Busto del Santo Niño Mártir degollado sobre peana de madera. Lleva un manto policromado con decoración clasicista de roleos y flores, entre los que aparecen gotas de vidrio rojo que representan gotas de sangre. Siglo XVII,

Devotional image that represents the bust of one of the Holy Children (Justo or Pastor) with his throat cut on a wooden base. The little martyr wears a polychrome mantle with classicist decoration of scrolls and flowers, among which red glass drops appear that represent drops of blood. Saints Justo and Pastor were martyred and beheaded at the ages of 7 and 9 during the persecutions of Emperor Diocletian at the beginning of the 4th century, in what is now Alcalá de Henares, a city of which they are patrons.

Code: CE00190

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