ST GEORGE AND THE DRAGONS: The Making of English Identity
English yet international, revered both by Christians and Muslims, St. George is a multicultural figure who symbolizes universal values. Collins reveals new research that shows that from the third century, St. George was revered as a healer, protector of women and the poor, and patron of agriculture and metal working more than a military dragon slayer. 16 pages of color illus.
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