Santa María de Saúca de Guadalajara - Stone mason signes - UNREGISTERED VERSION

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Santa María de Saúca de Guadalajara



- This arcaded gallery has a 78% of Anagrams of Mary over the total signs.
- Probably, there is a relationship between the name of the Church and the predominant sign of Mary.
- It is a small rural church of the late twelfth and thirteenth century built
under the patronage of the Sigüenza Bishop Don Rodrigo. Just two capitals,
one of them it is the Annunciation of Mary.


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