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Saint Guinefort is perhaps one of the most unusual saints in Christianity. This unique 13th century saint was not even a human being, but a greyhound. Following his brave protection of a baby, which culminated in his death, and reports of miracles occurring at his grave site, Guinefort was declared a ‘saint for the protection of infants’.

2nd-1st century B.C. Phoenician limestone Grave stele with 2 images of the Goddess Tanit and a written dedication to her and her consort Ba'al Hammon. Carthage, Tunisia, N. Africa.

Funerary Relief of a Midwife, from Ostia, Italy, ca. 150-200, painted terracotta, Ancient Roman, High Empire, Antonine, 138-192.

Along the shores of Israel's Mediterranean coast, in the ancient seaport of Ashkelon, archaeologist Ross Voss made a gruesome find. While exploring one of the city’s sewers, he discovered a

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