This entry, one of an unprecedented 52, has won the September 2005 West Dakota Prize, awarded for successfully employing the expression "legend states" in a complete sentence.
I have added this information to supply a reference for a link in the Gospel of Barnabas entry TomHennell 3rd June 2005
Thanks Wetman, I have re-edited the entry around term "legend states", to discuss the context and function of the legend (although from pure cussedness, I have retained the term itself). TomHennell 13th Jan 2006 TomHennell 11:39, 18 January 2006 (UTC)
Sacromonte is a neighborhood of Granada!!
Sacromonte is a neighborhood of the city of Granada! Also it is an abbey, in this neighborhood but it(he) is priority that the article "Sacromonte" is on the neighborhood. 220.127.116.11 19:41, 14 October 2007 (UTC)
The Name Cecil - Question and Thought
I have heard that "Cecil" means "blind". What language it comes from is never stated. Recently I heard that Saint Cecil was blind and, I think, cured of his blindness by Jesus. Also he was one of the Moriscos of Spain in granada, ie a converted Arab to Cristianity (in its infancy, indeed). I can't find any of this in wikipedia, but do wonder about it, because, my name being Cecil, and Saint Cecil being a Moor, an Arab, and blind just as the name is described, Does this mean then that the Arabic word for blind is something similar to the name Cecil. An answer of some kind would be great. Cecil