San Esteban de Montoto de Ojeda de Palencia - Stone mason signes - UNREGISTERED VERSION

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San Esteban de Montoto de Ojeda de Palencia



- Trinitas 10%, Pater 21%, Filius 23%, Omega 5%, Censer 19%, Weapons 19%.
- Spiritus, Alfa, Stonemasons, and Maria are absent. Trinitarized Saint Andrew’s Cross, Pater, Censer, and Flag predominate.
- The signs, which predominate in Apse (Pater and Censer), are not present on South Wall where trinitarized Saint Andrew's Cross, Flag, and Arrow predominate.
- The signs profile with Pater and Flag seem to indicate a military order, probably Calatrava. The reason comes from its presence on the right bank of the river Burejo in Ojeda Valley. This hermitage of Nuestra Señora del Rebollar in Vega de Bur, center of the Ojeda Valley, is crowned by a large stone cross of the Calatrava Order. The hermitage contains the Virgin patroness of the entire Ojeda valley.  The flag sign do not have shaft, and it has a horizontal line that comes out from the center of the flag face like a pennon.


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