José Bernardo de la Meana
Ambulatory, Cathedral of St. Savior, Oviedo
In Toledo in 304 St. Leocadia died of the wounds she suffered when tortured for renouncing the pagan gods. The few images of her that I have seen do not use attributes other than the palm branch, though two have her holding a cross aloft as if preaching the faith.
A brief passio of St. Leocadia that Butler (IV, 524) calls "quite untrustworthy" appears in España Sagrada, VI, 315-17. Her feast day is December 9. She is the patron saint of Toledo.
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Photographed at the cathedral by Richard Stracke, shared under Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike license.