Yes, as a figure, “Santa Claus” has his roots in early christian Europe, Dutch folklore, and Germanic paganism.
He manifested throughout, as the reader will discover, the spirit of the early christian confessors.
Some of the early christian rings in the same collection are very interesting.
The light flickered on the skull of the early christian and the tonsure of the modern one and made comparisons.
Canning sat back in the care with an early christian expression.
It is an early christian ring, dating, probably, from the end of the third or beginning of the fourth century.
Of late pagan and early christian Egypt very much that is new has been discovered during the last few years.
Armorel, indeed, had learned long since that the Bryanite or early christian language is no longer used in society.
The conception of the blameless and saintly early christian is, I think, hugely romance.
More important still are the fixed thrones of early christian days.