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George stands, armoured and helmetless, holding a broken spear, the missing end of which is visible stuck in the mouth of the dead dragon at his feet. Behind him is a grand city on a hill

The life of Saint George, including the legend of his fight with a dragon and why this Roman soldier from Turkey became the patron saint of England.

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St. George and the Dragon by Raphael

Raphael - Saint George Fighting the Dragon - Raphaël (peintre) — St Georges…

Albrecht Dürer, Saint George and the Dragon, c. 1504-05, Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum.

Albrecht Dürer, Saint George and the Dragon, ca. at the Harvard Art Museum - Fogg Museum.

Carlo Crivelli. Saint George and the Dragon. 1470. Berenson described it to Mrs. Gardner as "more woderful than any Japanese lacquer... drawn as if by lightning" before he bought it for her in 1897. Though little is known of Saint George, who is here portrayed as a medieval knight, his traditional role as dragon slayer and protector of a virgin seems to be derived from the Perseus-Andromeda legend centered around Lydda in Palestine, where Saint George was martyred about the year 300. Image…

Saint George Slaying the Dragon 1470 Carlo Crivelli, Italian (Venice), Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Rogier van der Weyden - Saint George and the Dragon - Saint George structured art gallery - Wikimedia Commons

Saint George and the Dragon, Rogier van der Weyden Belgium.

Follow the Piper: ST. GEORGE AND THE DRAGON

Saint George et le dragon, enluminure - Saint George and the Dragon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Saint George and the Dragon - Margaret Hodges, Trina Schart Hyman

Saint George and the Dragon - Margaret Hodges, Trina Schart Hyman (Illustrator)- loved this princess book as a kid!

Saint George and the Dragon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Saint George and the Dragon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Saint George and the Dragon   Greek, Ionian Islands School   Mid 17th century   Tempera and gold on gesso and wood   Panel: 42.5 x 32.5 cm

Saint George and the Dragon Greek, Ionian Islands School Mid century Tempera and gold on gesso and wood Panel: x cm

Great article on the way Saint George is depicted in icons - http://iconreader.wordpress.com/2012/04/25/saint-george-and-the-dragon-in-iconography/ - pic: 12th century Egyptian icon of Saint George

Saint George and the Dragon in Iconography

century Egyptian icon of Saint George

Saint George and the Dragon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Lutheran cathedral ''Ulm Münster'' of Ulm-Germany, coloured window ''Saint George'' by Hans Acker 1440

Saint George and the Dragon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

St George and the Dragon, by Brian Whelan, British Artist. Used with permission from Wikipedia, under the creative commons licence.

Saint George and the Dragon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Barcelona.

A pendant featuring Saint George slaying a dragon made by Lluís Masriera i Rosés and in the collection at the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya

A selection of facts, poems and a wordsearch to teach children about dragons and the patron saint of England.

Knights and Princesses of facts, poems and a wordsearch to teach children about dragons and the patron saint of England.

Paolo Uccello (Italian 1397–1475) [Early Renaissance] St. George and the Dragon, 1470. Oil on canvas, 75.7 x 58.5 cm.

Paolo Uccello, Saint George and the Dragon, 1456

Saint George and the Dragon

century Georgian plaque showing St.George rescuing the Emperor's daughter.