• Material: Gold 18 KT
• Diameter: 21 mm
21 mmGold 18 KTMedal.
This medal depicts an engraving in relief of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary in the Kingdom of Heaven. The representation takes the classic elements of iconography, Our Lady is standing on clouds, supported by choirs of angels and ascending into Heaven.
This silver Medal represents the Saint with his horse. St. Martin is one among the first saints not martyrs proclaimed from the Church. In Italy his cult is correlated to the so-called summer of Saint Martin, that occurs at the beginning of November with some traditional popular events.
Recurrence: 11 November
Etymology: Devoted to Mars
Emblems: Pastoral baton, Globe of fire, Mantle
The Medal in silver or in gilded silver represents the Saint with a little sheep and the writing SANCTA AGNES. The tradition tells that Sant’Agnese, virgin and martyr, was accused of stregonery and wnt to fire, but the flames divided under her body and her hair grew so much to cover her nudity.
Recurrence: 21 January
Etymology: Agnese = pure, caste, from the Greek
Emblems: Lamb, Lily, Palm
The medal represents the symbol PAX.
The monogram PAX was invented by Jhon Paul the II. It symbolizes the aspiration of the peace among the people. It is composed by two overlapped Greek letters: the who (x) and the rho (p), which is the anagram of the word “Christos” in Greek and known as “Monogram of Christ.” To the sides there are the first one and the last letter of the Greek alphabet, the alpha and the omega, symbols of the beginning and the end. The complete meaning of the composition is: communion in Christ forever.