Saint Silvan

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Saint Silvan was a Catholic Christian martyr and a saint who lived in the fourth century. His body is purported to be totally incorrupt and lies in the Church of St. Blaise at Dubrovnik, Croatia.[1] On his neck the body has a big scar, which is believed to have caused his martyrdom.

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  1. ^ Incorrupt bodies of the Saints - Catholic Apologetics: http://www.catholicapologetics.info/library/gallery/incorrupt/incorrupt.htm