Category:Saint Adalbert of Prague

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SAINT ADALBERT OF PRAGUE IN HERALDRY Coats of arms showing St. Adalbert of Prague.

Saint Adalbert (956-997), a bishop of Prague, was martyred in his efforts, to convert the Baltic Prussians. He was later made the patron saint of Bohemia, Poland, Hungary, and Prussia.

His attributes are spears and a paddle, as he was stabbed to death with these.

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