Albanus, a Roman Officer, Became Our First Martyr When He Was Beheaded Near Verulamium

Made:
1955 in England
publisher:
British Railways, London Midland Region
artist:
Albert Richard Whitear

Carriage print, BR (LMR) 'Albanus, a Roman Officer, became our first martyr when he was beheaded near Verulamium in AD 303 for helping a Christian priest. St Albans Abbey stands on the site of the martyrdom.' by artist A.R. Whitear, 1955, Man in purple robe about to be beheaded by Roman soldier.

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Category:
Pictorial Collection (Railway)
Object Number:
1990-7012
type:
carriage print
credit:
Premier Tickets

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