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What did St. Patrick look like?

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We have no idea what St. Patrick looked like as there were no cameras at the time and we know of no portraits of him. Pictures that show him are fanciful renderings by artists who can only guess at what he looked like.

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We have no idea what St. Patrick looked like as there were no cameras at the time and we know of no portraits of him. Pictures that show him are fanciful renderings by artists who can only guess at what he looked like.
Look on Google images.

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