Data publikacji : 2019-04-25

Święty Władysław w Pułtusku

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The article deals with the fate of the relics of Saint Władysław donated in 1585 by the Polish queen Anna Jagiellonka to the Jesuit college in Pułtusk. They were handed over from the royal treasury as evidence of gratitude for the education of Andrzej Batory - nephew of King Stephen I. Later the members of the Waza dynasty: princess Anna Katarzyna (1634) and king Władysław IV Waza (1635), fond homage to these relics. At that time he also gave them a silver reliquary as a gift. After the suppression of the Jesuits, the fate of the relics was unknown. Artifacts connected associated with them were found in the church of Saint Peter and Paul in Pułtusk in 2016. Research was unable to confirm that 7 of the oldest parts of a skull came from Saint Władysław`s skull which is now kept in Györ (lack of the DNA in the parts from Pułusk). Later, it was confirmed that these artifacts venerated in Pułtusk were relics of Saint Władysław. On the basis of the source analysis and comparison of the size of herms and pillows the author fixed that this herm, which was kept in Diocesan Museum in Płock, known as herm Saint Maurycy`s herm is in fact the herm donated to the Pułtusk`s Jesuits by Władysław IV in 1635 on Saint Władysław`s relics.


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