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Saint George - Saint - Biography

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 · Saint George was born circa 280 in Cappadocia, an area that is now part of Turkey. Emperor Diocletian executed St. George circa April 23, 303, …

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Saint George | Facts, Legends, & Feast Day | Britannica

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St. George, (flourished 3rd century—died, traditionally Lydda, Palestine [now Lod, Israel]; feast day April 23), early Christian martyr who during the Middle Ages became an ideal of martial valour and selflessness. He is the patron saint of England. Nothing of George’s life or deeds can be established, but tradition holds that he was a Roman soldier and was tortured and decapitated under Diocletian ’s …

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Saint George Biography - Childhood, Life Achievements ...

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Saint George Biography. Saint George. Biography. St. George was a soldier in the Roman army. He is worshipped as a Christian martyr and is the patron saint of several nations, especially England. This biography profiles his childhood, life, achievements and timeline.

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St George Biography, Facts and the Dragon Story

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Biography Saint George, born to a noble Christian family of Cappadocia late in the third century, he was the son of a Roman Army official. His mother was from Palestine. His name, George, means 'worker of …

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Saint George - CATHOLIC SAINTS

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Saint George was revered as the Patron Saint of England and the patron of Christian chivalry, owing to the signal assistance which he rendered to Godfrey of Boulogne in the first crusade. George is the patron saint of England, because Richard Coeur-de-Lion, while in Palestine, placed himself and his army under his special protection.

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St. George - Saints & Angels - Catholic Online

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Saint George is the patron saint of England and Catalonia and his cross can be found throughout England. In older works, Saint George is depicted wearing armor and holding a lance or fighting a dragon, which represents Christ's enemies.

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Saint George first appeared as the patron saint of Russia in 1415 and his popularity in Russia continued to grow. Saint George grew to be so popular in Moscow that 41 churches there were dedicated to him. Saint George is still represented on the Coat of Arms of the city of Moscow as a knight on a white horse slaying a dragon with a spear. Today, a large number of statues of Saint George can be found in …

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St. George, Utah - Wikipedia

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Prior to the arrival of the first European settlers, the St. George area was inhabited by the Virgin River Anasazi and later by the Southern Paiute tribe. The first Europeans in the area were part of the Domínguez–Escalante expedition in 1776. St. George was founded as a cotton mission in 1861 under the direction of Apostle Erastus Snow.

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Saint George's Day - Wikipedia

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Saint George is the patron saint of The Scout Movement, which has held St. George's Day parades since its first years. St. George is the patron saint of many other organisations.

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Life of St. George | St George Greek Orthodox Church

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George, this truly great and glorious Martyr of Christ, was born of a father from Cappadocia and a mother from Palestine. Being a military tribune, or chiliarch (that is, a commander of a thousand troops), he was illustrious in battle and highly honoured for his courage.

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Saint George - Franciscan Media

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Saint George is the object of a vast amount of imagination. There is every reason to believe that he was a real martyr who suffered at Lydda in Palestine, probably before the time of Constantine. The Church adheres to his memory, but not to the legends surrounding his life.

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 · Saint George, Christian patron saint of England, was made known there by Arculphus and Adamnan. In a famous tale, he rescued a Libyan princess from a sea monster. Person

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Saint George - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Saint George (c. 275/280 – April 23, 303) is the patron saint of England and some other countries. There is no reliable history about St. George. There is no reliable history about St. George. On St George's day some people in England wear a red rose, or put an English flag in their window.

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Saint George | Encyclopedia.com

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George, St. St George, patron saint of England and of several other countries, is said to have been martyred at Lydda in Palestine in the 4th cent. and began to attract reverence in the 6th cent. Ælfric included him in his homilies and saints' lives c.1000.The story of the dragon appears as late as the 12th cent. and is presumably a reminiscence of Perseus and Theseus.

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