Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr. Was born in Louisville, Kentucky on January 17, 1942. He started boxing at the age of 12. He won a gold medal at the 1960 Olympics in Rome and became a three-time world heavyweight boxing champion. He rejected racial integration at the height of the civil rights movement, converted from Christianity to Islam, and changed his slave name Cassius Clay to Muhammad Ali, which was given to him by the Lost-Found Nation of Islam.
On April 28, 1967, Ali refused to be drafted and requested conscientious-objector status. He was immediately stripped of his title by boxing commissions around the country. He did not fight again until three and a half years later.
During his exile from the ring, he starred in a short-lived Broadway musical Buck White. After retiring from boxing in 1981, Ali made speeches emphasizing spirituality, peace and tolerance, and undertook quasi-diplomatic missions to Africa and Iraq. His life was the subject of a feature film starring Will Smith. In 2005, Ali received the Medal of Freedom. Cyberlink Powerdvd 7 Ключ.
He suffered from Parkinson's disease for more than 30 years. He died of septic shock on June 3, 2016 at the age of 74.
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Saint George and the Dragon, by (1678), in,. The episode Saint George and the Dragon appended to the of was in origin, was brought back with the, and was retold with the courtly belonging to the. The earliest known depictions of the motif are from 10th- or 11th-century and 11th-century. While the veneration of Saint George as a goes back to the 7th century at least, the earliest known surviving narrative of the dragon episode is an 11th-century Georgian text. In, the dragon was combined with the already standardised Passio Georgii in the second half of the 13th century, first in ' encyclopedic and 's (1260s), rising to great popularity as a literary and pictorial subject in the. The legend gradually became part of the and was used in many festivals thereafter. Woodcut frontispiece of Alexander Barclay, Lyfe of Seynt George (Westminster, 1515).
Early modern and modern art [ ] Paintings •,, 1620. •, •, St George triumphant over the dragon, 1678, at in Victoria. Error Invalid Data 0x8007000d.
George and the Dragon, 1866. Oil on canvas.
The National Gallery, London. •, St George Killing the Dragon, 1930 Sculptures • The sculptures which form part of the clock of in, London (19th century).
•, Saint George and the Dragon, bronze,, 1889 •, Saint George and the Dragon, Open Air Museum in, 1947 Mosaic •, Saint George for England, 1869. Central Lobby in the. Engravings •, engraving for coin dies, 1817. Prints • On banknotes issued by the: •, 1917 until 1933, on obverse, with portrait of; 1928 until 1960, on reverse, duplicated. •, 1957 until 1967, on obverse, with portrait of. •, 1970 until 1993, on obverse, with portrait of.
Standard of the President of Literary references and popular culture [ ] • refers to Saint George and the Dragon in ( Advance our standards, set upon our foes Our ancient world of courage fair St. George Inspire us with the spleen of fiery dragons act V, sc. 3) also in (act I). •, The Banner of St George: a ballad for chorus and orchestra, words by, 1879. • A 17th-century broadside paid homage to the feat of George's dragon slaying. Titled, the ballad considers the importance of Saint George in relation to other heroes of epic and Romance, ultimately concluding that all other heroes and figures of epic or romance pale in comparison to the feats of George.
• The 1898 Dream Days by includes a chapter entitled, in which an elderly Saint George and a benign dragon stage a mock battle to satisfy the townsfolk and get the dragon introduced into society. Later made into a film by, and set to music by as a children's. • In 1935 recorded a humorous retelling of the tale as St. George and the Dragon written by Weston and Lee.
• The, a series of books by, adopted this story as a past event into its canon, significant in that dragons had since referred to humans as 'georges.' The story of Saint George and the Dragon is referred to on occasion, but never told. The first book in the series, The Dragon and the George, is a retelling of a previous by the same author, 'St.
Dragon and the George'. • In the 1950s, and wrote and performed (a of the tale and of ) for Freberg's radio show. The story's recording became the first comedy album to sell over a million copies.
• published a comic called 'By George!!' In #15 (1952). The story revealed that the 'dragon' was in fact a lost, misunderstood alien child who did not mean any harm. • The poem 'Fairy Tale' by Yury Zhivago–the main character from 's novel (1957)–relates a modified account of this legend; Yury's poem differs in that it is nonreligious and makes no mention of the village. • The 1962 film is loosely based on the legend.
• The 1968 children's book, by Ted Hughes, is a contemporary re-telling of the myth in which nature (the dragon, named the 'space-bat-angel-dragon' in the book) and man eventually work together symbiotically, creating harmony on Earth after the eponymous Iron Man defeats the beast in a contest of endurance. • A 1975 episode of titled 'Dragon's Domain' made reference to the legend of Saint George and the Dragon. A crewman from the space station heroically kills a dragon-like creature after it has consumed other astronauts.
The main character played by eventually concludes that the crewman's story will create new mythology similar to the legend of Saint George. • The 1981 / film was loosely based on the tale. • The story was referenced on the cover of the 1983 Bob Marley & The Wailers album which shows a recently deceased Bob Marley in the place of Saint George. • retold the legend in a 1984 children's book ( ) with -winning illustrations. • In 's, Saint George is chronicled as being the saint who killed (also known as, which means 'son of the dragon' or 'son of the devil'). • In 's novel, Book 9 of the Horus Heresy book series, the story is retold and George is revealed to be the future.
• The animated series has 'Sir George', a thousand year old immortal who slays an extra-dimensional dragon called 'Diagon'. • In 2004, a made-for-TV movie alternatively titled Dragon Sword or, starred and. See also [ ]. White Magic, An Introduction to the Folklore of Christian Legend (Cambridge: Medieval Society of America) • Whatley, E. Gordon, editor, with Anne B. Thompson and Robert K.
Upchurch, 2004. George and the Dragon in the South English Legendary (East Midland Revision, c. 1400) Originally published in Saints' Lives in Middle English Collections (). • Catholic Encyclopedia, ' • (Kalamazoo, Michigan: Medieval Institute Publications) () External links [ ] Wikimedia Commons has media related to.