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The word Ascalon comes from Ashkelon, a coastal city in Israel. It can refer to a number of possible topics:
- Battle of Ascalon, considered the last action of the First Crusade
- The lance (or in some versions of the story, sword) that Saint George used to slay the dragon, named after the city Ashkelon
- The British World War II aeroplane used by Winston Churchill, named after the lance—an Avro York
- Ascalon, a region in the computer game series Guild Wars
- Ascalon, a powerful sword in the game Dragon's Dogma
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