St. Pancras Altarpiece
Parish church in St-Dalmas le Selvage, France.
In the center St. Pancras is portrayed as a fashionably dressed youth of the 16th century, with a sword and palm branch as attributes. The saint on the right is Sebastian. The bishop saint on the left is hard to identify; perhaps he is a saint of local importance.
In the lunette the Virgin and Child are flanked by Saints John the Baptist (long cross, lamb on book, camel-skin garment) and Mary Magdalene (jar of ointment).
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