The Martyrdom of St. Edmund

14th century
Wall painting
St. Andrew's Church, Stoke Dry, England

Despite the unanimous report in the various lives of Edmund that he was martyred with javelins, it is common for representations to show arrows, or as in this case, even archers with bows.

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Sources: Date and location information Anne Marshall, "Martyrdom of St. Edmund, Stoke Dry, Rutland," photograph Tim Heaton via Wikimedia Commons