Friday, June 21, 2019

Fact of the Day: English George

While Saint George was a popular saint in English culture for centuries, it was until the reign of the German-born George I of Great Britain until it became a popular name amongst the commoners to name their children. 

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  1. I love this jewelry (?) he is wearing on this photo.

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  2. Ironically, I don't know many George's today, but it is a strong name.

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  3. ohh, that's cool. I am into Elizabeth I era fan... now i wanna venture to Victoria.. :)

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  4. People may pray to saints, but they rather their kids be kings.

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  5. Interesting, I think of little Prince George.

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  6. Catches on somehow from the rich

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