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Rare antique plaster statue of St Scholastica signed Pasquier, manufacturer based in Angers, France.

St Scholastica was the sister of St. Benedict. She led a consecrated life in Monte Cassino, where Benedict had founded his famous monastery, and she died shortly before her brother (547). This is why the Benedictine nuns honour Scholastica as their spiritual mother.
Saint Scholastica has been the patron Saint of the city of Le Mans since Saint Aygulphe brought her body back from Mont-Cassino in the 7th century.

She is represented with a dove, a pastoral staff and a Bible. The staff is broken as seen in the photographs.
Several chips. With age the statue has discoloured. Some stains and scratches.

Total height: 22 cm / 8.66 inches

The pictures are part of the description.

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Rare antique statue St Scholastica with dove. Pasquier Angers

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