George, St.

George, St., the patron saint of chivalry and of England; adopted as such in the reign of Edward III.; believed to have been born in Armorica, and to have suffered martyrdom under Diocletian in A.D. 303; he is represented as mounted on horseback and slaying a dragon (q.v.), conceived as an incarnation of the evil one.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

George, Henry * Georgetown
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Gentz, Friedrich von
Geoffrey of Monmouth
Geoffrey Saint-Hilaire, Étienne
Geoffrin, Marie Thérèse
George I.
George II.
George III.
George IV.
George I.
George, Henry
George, St.
Geraint, Sir
Gérard, Étienne Maurice, Comte
Gérard, François Pascal Simon, Baron
Gerhardt, Karl Friedrich
Gerhardt, Paul
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