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English: Drawing of a pilgrim badge found in the Seine river, under the "Pont-au-Change" bridge (Paris, France), in 1855. The badge bears a representation of the Shroud of Lirey ( Shroud of Turin), the arms of Charny and those of Vergy. The badge is in the Musée National du Moyen Âge, Thermes de Cluny, Paris.
Français : Dessin d'une enseigne de pèlerinage retrouvée dans la Seine en 1855, près du Pont-au-Change (Paris, France). Cette enseigne représente le suaire de Lirey ( Suaire de Turin), ainsi que les blasons des familles de Charny et de Vergy. Cet artefact est maintenant conservé à Paris, au Musée national du Moyen Âge, Thermes de Cluny.
Date 1865
Source Arthur Forgeais, Collection de plombs historiés trouvés dans la Seine, tome IV : Imagerie religieuse. Paris, 1865, p. 105.
Author Arthur Forgeais (1822-1878)


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