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The wound of Saint Ignatius of Loyola 3D Model
Cast bronze statue reproducing the wound of Ignacio de Loyola, founder of the Jesuit Order, at the age of 30 in his stage of man-at-arms. It took place in 1521 during the defense of Pamplona against French-Navarrese troops who looked for reconquering Navarra of Castilian hands. The cannonball wound would break one of his legs and wound the other. The subsequent convalescence in the family castle of the Loyola, will give way to the vital turn that will take him from military live to a religious one, a road that will lead to the creation, as early as 1534, of one of the most influential religious orders to date, the Jesuit Order (Compañia de Jesús). The statue is located in the Sanctuary of Loyola, at the gates of the House of San Ignacio, in Azpeitia, Guipúzcoa.