Origin of name wilfred the hairy
Some figures from history lead such remarkable or notorious lives that they earn themselves an epithet that remains in use long after their death. Sixty of the most bizarre—and in some cases the most unflattering—epithets from history are listed here. He apparently earned his nickname because he foamed at the mouth when enraged. He lost one of his eyes in battle defending his kingdom from a brutal attack by Persia. If not a genuine reference to his feet, his nickname might instead have been inspired by some family crest or emblem.
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The History of Catalonia
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The coast of Catalunya had been settled by the Phoenicians and the Greeks, but it was not until the Carthaginians established Barcino on an earlier Celtiberian settlement in the 3rd century BC that the modern name began to emerge. The Romans defeated the Carthaginians in BC and ruled Spain for the next years during which time Roman Law, language and culture took a firm hold. The Roman citadel was located where the cathedral and city hall now stand. After sacking Rome in AD, the Germanic Visigoths swept into Spain, renaming the city Barcinona and making it their captital between and until they moved to Toledo. The Visigoth kingdom came to an end in with the Moorish invasion from Africa and Catalunya was briefly overrun until defeated beyond the Pyrenees by the Franks in Charlemagne's knights pushed in after them and installed themselves at the head of the border counties to guard the southern flank of his empire.
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Patrick Guide Barcelona presents Fun with Flags: Episode 1 Spain and Catalunya
Within the last several months the number and variety of these flags have grown throughout the city as a medium for citizens to show their political allegiance. When taking people on walking tours, I always like to introduce these flags as it always opens a dialogue and allows for an explanation of both the history and current events of the city. Over a series of posts Patrick Guide Barcelona presents Fun with Flags a description of the flags you will find around the city of Barcelona for you to enjoy. Sheldon Cooper presents Fun with Flags. Like Sheldon, maybe I will make it up to a couple hundred followers….
In the Catalan version of the story about Saint George the village is called Montblanc , but the rest of the story goes as usual: the evil dragon oppresses a local village and just in the moment when it is ready to devour the local princess, Sant Jordi appears to rescue her from the dragon's claws. The myth of St. George can be found in other European countries and Saint George is a patron saint in many countries, but the myth is especially popular among the Catalans. The reason may be that the Catalans have seen the story as an allegorical tale of Catalonia's own history: the evil dragon represents the tyranny of the central power and Saint George represents the local hero against the hegemony of Castile. The Saracens had moved over the Strait of Gibraltar in
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