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Nicasius (Nicasio, Nicaise) of Sicily (also known as Nicasio Burgio, Nicasius de Burgo, Nicasio Camuto de Burgio, Nicasius Martyr, Nicasius of Jerusalem) (c. 1135 – 1187) is venerated as a martyr in the Catholic Church. He was a member of the Knights Hospitaller. His feast day is July 1. Born in Sicily -perhaps Palermo- to the Kameti (or Camuto) family (later known as de Burgio) in the twelfth century, he joined the Order as a knight with his brother Ferrandino. They answered the call of Roger de Moulins and travelled to the Holy Land.

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  • Nicasio Camuto de Burgio
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  • Nicasio de Burgio o Nicasio Camuto (Palermo, Sicilia, ca. 1130-1140 - batalla de Hattin, Palestina, 1187) fue un caballero de la Orden Hospitalaria de San Juan de Jerusalén. Es venerado como santo por la Iglesia católica.
  • Nicasius (Nicasio, Nicaise) of Sicily (also known as Nicasio Burgio, Nicasius de Burgo, Nicasio Camuto de Burgio, Nicasius Martyr, Nicasius of Jerusalem) (c. 1135 – 1187) is venerated as a martyr in the Catholic Church. He was a member of the Knights Hospitaller. His feast day is July 1. Born in Sicily -perhaps Palermo- to the Kameti (or Camuto) family (later known as de Burgio) in the twelfth century, he joined the Order as a knight with his brother Ferrandino. They answered the call of Roger de Moulins and travelled to the Holy Land.
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  • 1187-7-1
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  • 1130-0-0
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  • Nicasius of Sicily
  • Saint Nicasius
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  • Saint and Knight Hospitaller
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  • Nicasio de Burgio o Nicasio Camuto (Palermo, Sicilia, ca. 1130-1140 - batalla de Hattin, Palestina, 1187) fue un caballero de la Orden Hospitalaria de San Juan de Jerusalén. Es venerado como santo por la Iglesia católica.
  • Nicasius (Nicasio, Nicaise) of Sicily (also known as Nicasio Burgio, Nicasius de Burgo, Nicasio Camuto de Burgio, Nicasius Martyr, Nicasius of Jerusalem) (c. 1135 – 1187) is venerated as a martyr in the Catholic Church. He was a member of the Knights Hospitaller. His feast day is July 1. Born in Sicily -perhaps Palermo- to the Kameti (or Camuto) family (later known as de Burgio) in the twelfth century, he joined the Order as a knight with his brother Ferrandino. They answered the call of Roger de Moulins and travelled to the Holy Land. He assisted in the defense of Acre, but was captured and beheaded there in 1187. Alternatively, another tradition claims he was captured during the battle of Hattin and was decapitated in the presence of Saladin after refusing to convert to Islam.
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  • Madonna and Child Between St. Francis and St. Nicasius , ca. 1503.
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  • Caccamo; invoked against scrofula
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