St George medal, Christian, Orthodox, Catholic saints keychains made in Bethlehem

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Saint George keychain

St George and the dragon medal keychain  

A beautiful inexpensive spiritual and Christian keychain to carry with you for your car and are convenient for women, for men and for teens.

Our keychains are high quality castings with fine details and polishing, and made at our foundry in Bethlehem

The split ring attached on the charm is made of steel not iron, steel split rings when stretched to add / insert the keys it will close and return to its normal position while if iron it remains partially open.

Material: Zinc alloy 
Polish: Silver coated, antique silver polish 
Model: Saint George and the dragon keychain  
Type: Christian, Orthodox and Catholic saints keychains 
Charm Size 4cm * 4cm / 1.55" * 1.55" 
Total length: 9cm / 3.55" 
Made in Bethlehem Holy Land 
Manufacturer: Bethlehem Casting Co. 

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Story of Saint George

Saint George is the patron saint of England, Aragon, Catalonia, Georgia, Lithuania, Palestine, Portugal, Germany and Greece; and of Moscow, Istanbul, Genoa and Venice. He's also patron saint of soldiers, archers, cavalry and chivalry, farmers and field workers, riders and saddlers, and he helps those suffering from leprosy, plague and syphilis. In recent years he has been adopted as patron saint of Scouts.
St George was born in Cappadocia, an area which is now in Turkey, in the 3rd century, his parents were Christians, when his father died, George's mother returned to her native country Palestine, taking George with her. He became a soldier in the Roman army and rose to the rank of Tribune.
The Emperor of the day, Diocletian (245-313 AD), began a campaign against Christians at the very beginning of the 4th century. In about 303 AD George is said to have objected to this persecution and resigned his military post in protest.
George tore up the Emperor's order against Christians. This infuriated Diocletian, and George was imprisoned and tortured - but he refused to deny his faith. Eventually he was dragged through the streets of Diospolis (now Lydda) in Palestine and beheaded. It's said that Diocletian's wife was so impressed by George's resilience that she became a Christian and that she too was executed for her faith.

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Weight Dimensions
35.00 g Length 9.00 cm
Width 4.00 cm