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It would be useful to have a separate paragraph on the veneration of Saint Zita, or Syth, as she was known in England. She seems to have been very effective in helping people find their lost keys etc., across Europe!
Vernon White 21:28, 14 September 2006 (UTC)
Saint Zita is listed on the wiki incorruptibility page as having an incorrupt body. However, there is nothing in this article that suggests this. In addition, the photo is of a "mummified" body which is very different from an incorrupted one. Either more needs to be added to the article sourcing the incorruptibility of her body, or her name needs to be removed from the list of people with incorruptable bodies on the incorruptibility page. --Lastentwife (talk) 13:18, 6 January 2008 (UTC)
Straight to display?
So was the body buried underground? At what time was it put on display? They didn't have the ability to produce panes of glass that size in the period she died in, so it clearly had to happen later. This needs to be discussed in the a article.
Should not someone knowledgeable incorporate into the article the information given in the Italian counterpart: her mention by Dante, the medical research into the body displayed in 1989, ...? Furthermore, I should expect some reference made to notable people being named after her; perhaps the last Austro-Hungarian empress --Terminally uncool (talk) 07:50, 27 April 2016 (UTC)