St. Agnes - Banner BAN731
Artwork by the Benedictine Sisters of
Agnes of Rome, Martyr.
Feast Day: 21st January.
A Roman who lived circa. 305, she was twelve
or thirteen when she was martyred for refusing to marry a pagan. From the
earliest centuries she was held in high honour by the Church for her heroism in
defence of her faith. Often portrayed, as she is in this image, holding a lamb
as a symbol for purity. It is also a play on her name as the Latin for lamb is
On her feast day in Rome
two lambs are blest and their wool is used to make the palliums, a circular
band approx. 2 " wide worn around the neck, given by the Pope to
archbishops as a sign of their authority (from the Latin palla meaning cloak
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Banner: Dye sublimation
printing on a 100% close weave, natural feel polyester material with dowling,
tulip wood end caps and gold hanging cord. An extra depth of approx.
12" should be allowed when measuring to allow for the hanging cord. A
sample of the material can be supplied upon request.
standing Roller / Pull-up banner: These banners have a
self-winding cassette mechanism and extending support pole made from durable
anodised brushed aluminium. The banner size is 79" x 31.5" / 200cm x
80cm and printed on 180 micron matt-coated vinyl. Includes a free padded carry
bag to store your banner when not in use.