Cant


Cant
Provenance. Vient du latin "cantus" Signifie: "chant" Se fête le 31 mai.
Histoire. Fuyant dans leur char pour tenter d'échapper à la violente persécution de l'empereur Dioclétien, Cant, Cantien, son frère, et Cantianille, sa soeur, tous trois chantres chrétiens, sont arrêtés et martyrisés à Aquilée, en Italie, vers 303.
Caractère. Peu expansifs, relativement timides, ils préfèrent observer plutôt qu'agir. Emotifs, très attentifs, sensibles, ils redoutent le monde extérieur qui empièterait sur leur jardin secret. Affectueux, ils sont fidèles et honnêtes. Leur morale est très rigoureuse. Ils ont horreur des gens qui parlent fort et qui gesticulent, mais apprécient l'élégance et la discrétion.

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