c.1663â1664 Young men from the most worthy families of the empire sought the hand of the beautiful Catherine, but none of them was chosen. 47 St. Catherines Drive, Rush, County Dublin, asking price €400,000, brought to market by Morton & Flanagan Ltd. (Swords), Residential (rated D2-G) (rated D2) Carlo Crivelli (c.1430âc.1495) It consists of 200 acres of woodland and grass land, with the river Liffey dividing the southern lands of South Dublin County Council from the remainder of the park. Saint Catherine de Fierbois and that he secretly buried his sword for the 16th C. As a result of this episode, Catherine was brutally whipped and imprisoned without food, so she would starve to death (or so the emperor hoped...). A female figure resting on a sword (St Catherine of Alexandria?) Rare Books of Charlemagne, who halted the Muslim invasion in Europe. St Catherine with a sword and a book (rood screen, 15th Century, restored) St Peter and St Paul, Eye, Suffolk . The Wallace Collection, Saint Catherine of Alexandria Peter Lely (1618â1680) The National Gallery, London, Saint Catherine Elizabeth's portrayal as Catherine is a statement of her Catholicism. The sword found at Saint Catherine of Fierbois was not her only sword.