Holy Coat of Treves
Sacred relic believed to be the seamless robe worn by Jesus
Christ at the time of crucifixion. It is displayed in the cathedral
at Treves, on the river Moselle in the Rhineland of Germany.
The coat has been venerated by many thousands of pilgrims.
For details of a similar but more famous reputed relic, see
Turin Shroud.
Clark, Richard J., S.J. The Holy Coat of Treves. London, 1892.

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