Golgotha is also often written with a capital letter, used as a variant of Calvary, and thought of as a place. ... An ax was reverenced, and a dish of calvesa#39; heads represented the king and his friends. ... He is cheated out of his bride, Quiteria, just as he has provided a great feast for his wedding; hence the phrase aquot; Camachoa#39;s weddingaquot; ... A daughter of the fairy Agape in Edmund Spensera#39;s Faerie Queene.
|Title||:||THE NEW CENTURY HANDBOOK OF ENGLISH LITERATURE REVISED EDITION|
|Author||:||CLARENCE L. BARNHART|