Recently, people discovered two very shocking skulls in a Bavarian church in Germany. The level of golden light shining all over the body is dumbfounding. It is not an exaggeration to call them the most gorgeous skulls in history!
It is understood that the true identities of these two bright-looking skulls are the remains of saints Hyacinth and Clemens, which have been preserved in glass coffins for hundreds of years.
Hyacinth died in AD 108 at the age of twelve. He was imprisoned and tortured for his belief in Christianity, and finally died on a hunger strike; Clemens died in AD 95 and was beheaded for his belief in traditional Roman gods.