Centaur fighting dragon over church door in Kencot Oxfordshire - Stock image

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Stock photo ID:187564147
Upload date:November 08, 2013

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A centaur (half man, half horse) was a symbol favoured by the Normans who invaded Britain in the 11th century. This symbol is etched on the stone tympanum above the door of a Norman church in Oxfordshire, in the English Midlands. The centaur is shooting an arrow into the mouth of a dragon-like creature, which has led some to the mistaken belief that it represents George and the Dragon.
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