Cabinet of relics and other objects associated with the cathedral and the coronation of the French kings, le Musée de l'Œuvre, Palais du Tau, Reims, France, 10 November 2015. In the centre may be seen the Sainte-Ampoule, or "holy flask" which was made in 1822 to contain the holy oil with which new kings were anointed during coronation ceremonies.
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Cabinet of relics and other objects associated with the cathedral and the coronation of the French kings, le Musée de l'Œuvre, Palais du Tau, Reims, France, 10 November 2015. In the centre may be seen the Sainte-Ampoule, or "holy flask" which was made in 1822 to contain the holy oil with which new kings were anointed during coronation ceremonies.
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  • Date 10 Nov 2015
  • Location Reims France
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