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Endelienta of Cornwall, Mounted Icon Print
Saint Endelienta (also Endelient, Edellienta or Endellion) was a Cornish saint of the 5th and 6th century. She is believed to be a daughter of the Welsh King Brychan, and a native of South Wales who travelled to North Cornwall to join her siblings in converting the locals to Christianity. Legend says that she was a goddaughter of King Arthur, and that she lived as a hermit at Trentinney where she subsisted on the milk of a cow. The saint is commemorated in the church and village of St Endellion which bears her name; Endellion being an Anglicised version of her name. Her feast day is the 29th of April. Mounted Icon print. All sizes are an approximate and may vary slightly. Size: 10 x 14cm