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I read the study about St. George and Al-Khidr. It’s great! I’m from Alcoi, Spain. St. George it’s the Patron Saint of the city. We have a festival every April 22-24 called Moros y Cristianos in his honor. We call him Sant Jordi, he helped liberate the city in 1276. It is said that when the moors saw him they yelled: Walli, Walli !!.
I would love to learn more
just ran across the blog entry on the atlanta campaign…I’m a local historian and surveyor and am familiar with the areas on those maps…I would enjoy sharing info on those localities, especially laffin’ gal.