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St. Gwenn Teirbron – triple-breasted - was a daughter of King Budic II of Brittany.  She was twice married.  To her first husband, Fracan, she bore 3 children, all of whom became saints - Wethnoc, Iacob and Winwaloe.  This was the reason for the legend of her having three breasts. After Fracan died, Gwenn married a Breton, Eneas Ledewig, to whom she bore another son, St Cadfan.  Twice, Gwen was kidnapped by pirates, but on both occasions she escaped, walking across the Channel back to…

Gwenn Teirbron – triple-breasted - was a daughter of King Budic II of…

Saint Wereburga, Virgin and Abbess, Patroness of Chester, England

Wereburga, Virgin and Abbess, Patroness of Chester, England

St Tatiana of Beijing. Martyred along with 221 others during the anti-Christian Boxer Rebellion.

St Tatiana of Beijing. Martyred along with 221 others during the anti-Christian Boxer Rebellion.

St. David (Dafydd or Dew) was a sixth century Celtic monk and the patron saint of Wales - March 1st is his feast day in Wales. Women wear a daffodil on this day and men wear a leek in his honor and to celebrate Wales.

David (Dafydd or Dew) was a sixth century Celtic monk and the patron saint of Wales - March is his feast day in Wales. Women wear a daffodil on this day and men wear a leek in his honour and to celebrate Wales.

"Elizabeth of Hungary, daughter of King Andrew II who used her wealth to help the poor." {click the link to read more} St. Elizabeth of Hungary by Theophilia.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Saint Elizabeth of Hungary Icon December 2012 Watercolor, Ink and Gold Leaf "As in heaven Your will is punctually performed, so may it be done on e. Elizabeth of Hungary

Orthodox icon depicting Saint Zlata Meglenska.

Orthodox icon depicting Saint Zlata Meglenska - patterns and hand gestures

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