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The body of St. Catherine, an early fourth-century Coptic martyr in Alexandria, is said to have been enshrined intact in the monastery of Mt. Sinai during the ninth century. At present, Sinai has only the skull and the left hand of the Saint in a small white sarcophagus or casket with rich pious offerings of wrought gold and precious stones, on the side of the altar of the famous cathedral which Justinian built to commemorate the Empress Theodora. Those who visit the ruins of the Basilica of St.
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