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|Abstract=On a relic of St Forannan, a stole said in the 17th century to have served as a miracle cure against rabies, and its importance for the competitive relationship between St Forannan and St Hubert as miraculous healers.  
 
|TagText=Vita sancti Forannani (Robert of Waulsort)
 
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Coens, Maurice






Bibliography

Coens, Maurice, “L’étole de Saint Forannan, abbé de Waulsort, et la rage”, in: Coens, Maurice, Recueil d’études bollandiennes, Subsidia Hagiographica 37, Brussels: Société des Bollandistes, 1963. 94–100.

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Article
“L’étole de Saint Forannan, abbé de Waulsort, et la rage”
Work
Maurice Coens, Recueil d’études bollandiennes (1963)
Pages
94–100
Year
1963
Description
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On a relic of St Forannan, a stole said in the 17th century to have served as a miracle cure against rabies, and its importance for the competitive relationship between St Forannan and St Hubert as miraculous healers.
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Coens, Maurice, “L’étole de saint Forannan, abbé de Waulsort et la rage. Un cas de concurrence déloyale?”, in: Balon, Joseph (ed.), Études d'histoire et d'archéologie Namuroises dediées à Ferdinand Courtoy, 2 vols, Publication extraordinaire de la Société archéologique de Namur, Namur: Société archéologique de Namur, 1952. 257–263.
Subjects and topics
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History, society and culture
Agents
Forannán [d. 982]Forannán ... d. 982 (d. 982) – bishop of Donaghmore (b. Iffa and Offa East, Co. Tipperary), who became a peregrinus and later abbot of Waulsort.
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Keywords
relics rabies
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