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Old October 11th, 2017, 12:01 PM   #1
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History cock of City of Barcelos

História do Gálo da cidade de Barcelos século 18 » 18th century

dois vedeos um em espanhol o outro em inglês

two one in spanish and one in English.


https://youtu.be/8gJmdS40Vu0 » in spanish

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https://youtu.be/XAeyzPpn7_s » in English

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https://linguacultura.wordpress.com/...o-de-barcelos/

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The curious legend of the rooster is associated with the medieval cruise that is part of the collection of the city's Archaeological Museum. According to this legend, the inhabitants of the borough were alarmed by a crime and, moreover, by the fact that the criminal who had committed it had not been discovered. One day a Galician appeared and became suspicious. The authorities decided to arrest him and, despite his oaths of innocence, no one believed him. in him. No one believed that the Galician went to St. James of Compostela, in fulfillment of a promise, without being fervent devotee of the saint who, in Compostela, venerated, neither of St. Paul and of Our Lady. Therefore, he was condemned to the gallows. Before being hanged, he asked to be taken to the presence of the judge who had condemned him. Once the authorization was granted, they took him to the residence of the magistrate who, at that moment, was feasting with some friends. The Galician returned to affirm his innocence and, faced with the incredulity of those present, pointed to a rooster rooster that was on the table, exclaiming: "It is as certain I be innocent, as it is certain that this rooster sing when I hang myself." Laughter and comments did not wait, but for no, no one touched the cock. But what seemed impossible became reality! When the pilgrim was being hanged, the rooster rooster stood on the table and sang. Nobody doubted the convictions of innocence. The judge ran to the gallows and saw, with astonishment, the poor man with the rope around his neck. However, the knot lasso prevented the strangulation. Immediately released he was sent away in peace. After years he returned to Barcelos and raised the monument in praise of St. James and the Virgin.



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A curiosa lenda do galo está associada ao cruzeiro medieval que faz parte do espólio do Museu Arqueológico da cidade. Segundo esta lenda, os habitantes do burgo andavam alarmados com um crime e, mais ainda, com o facto de não se ter descoberto o criminoso que o cometera. Certo dia, apareceu um galego que se tornou suspeito. As autoridades resolveram prendê-lo e, apesar dos seus juramentos de inocência, ninguém acreditou. nele. Ninguém acreditava que o galego se dirigisse a S. Tiago de Compostela, em cumprimento de uma promessa, sem que fosse fervoroso devoto do santo que, em Compostela, se venerava, nem de S. Paulo e de Nossa Senhora. Por isso, foi condenado à forca. Antes de ser enforcado, pediu que o levassem à presença do juiz que o condenara. Concedida a autorização, levaram-no à residência do magistrado que, nesse momento, se banqueteava com alguns amigos. O galego voltou a afirmar a sua inocência e, perante a incredulidade dos presentes, apontou para um galo assado que estava sobre a mesa, exclamando: “É tão certo eu estar inocente, como certo é esse galo cantar quando me enforcarem”. Risos e comentários não se fizeram esperar mas, pelo sim pelo não, ninguém tocou no galo. O que parecia impossível tornou-se, porém, realidade! Quando o peregrino estava a ser enforcado, o galo assado ergueu-se na mesa e cantou. Já ninguém duvidava das afirmações de inocência do condenado. O juiz correu à forca e viu, com espanto, o pobre homem de corda ao pescoço. Todavia, o nó lasso impedia o estrangulamento. Imediatamente solto foi mandado em paz. Passados anos voltou a Barcelos e fez erguer o monumento em louvor a S. Tiago e à Virgem.

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