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St. Mark Evangelist medal

St. Mark Evangelist medal

St. Mark Evangelist sterling silver 925 medal

The Gospel of Mark, in describing the arrest of Jesus, speaks of a young man who followed the arresting party, wearing only a linen cloth wrapped around his body, whom the arresting party tried to seize, but who left the cloth in their hands and fled naked. Many says that this young man was the writer himself, since the detail is hardly worth mentioning if he were not.

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The Gospel of Mark, in describing the arrest of Jesus, speaks of a young man who followed the arresting party, wearing only a linen cloth wrapped around his body, whom the arresting party tried to seize, but who left the cloth in their hands and fled naked. Many says that this young man was the writer himself, since the detail is hardly worth mentioning if he were not.
Tradition has it that after the death of Peter, Mark left Rome and went to preach in Alexandria, Egypt, where he was eventually martyred.Mark's symbol in art is a Lion, usually winged. In the book of Revelation, the visionary sees about the throne of God four winged creatures: a lion, an ox, a man, and an eagle.  It has customarily been supposed that these represent the four Gospels, or the four Evangelists (Gospel-writers). The lion stands for Marksince his narrative begins with John the Baptist crying out in the desert (a lion roars in the desert);

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