The earliest images of lions originate from ancient Mesopotamia and India and date back around 5000 years. The lion has always been the symbol of strength, courage and valour.
The lion is also associated with Saint Jerome, the first translator of the Bible, considered to be the patron saint of translators. According to the legend, a lion with a thorn in its paw once approached Jerome as he was preaching. The saint helped the animal, which became his servant and defender.
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