Sens Museum, France

Inside the Sens Museums. Inside the Sens Museums.

The Sens Museum, Treasure and Palais Synodal (the Sens Museums / Musées de Sens) are housed in the former Archbishop's Palace of Sens, France. It includes the cathedral treasure, which is one of the richest in France and houses costly textiles and religious vestments, ivory objects and silverware.

The Sens Museums hold a magnificent group of liturgical ornaments, including the chasuble of St. Ebbon (seventh century), the sacerdotal vestments of St. Thomas Becket (twelfth century) and those of St. Edme (thirteenth century).

Address: 135 rue des Déportés-et-de-la-Résistance, 89100 Sens.

Digital source of illustration (retrieved 8 November 2016).



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