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After several days together, they are discovered by his angry wife, who cuts off Dali's golden hair or ties her up with it. She declares that her child will be a powerful hero, though not as powerful as he would be had he been carried to term. In some versions, the infant is premature and must be placed in the stomach of a bull or the womb of a cow sometimes both to complete gestation. George, and is baptized with the name Amirani. She becomes pregnant, and an old hunter named Sulkalmakhi comes across her.
She begs him to cut the infant free, and tells the hunter to name him Amirani and care for him as his own.
Dali lures Amirani to the top of the mountain by saying she has been looking for him. His dog warns him of her ill intentions, but Amirani disregards the dog's advice and climbs up to meet her. When he reaches the very top of the mountain, Dali disappears and Amirani finds himself hung from the rocks by her hair.
His dog, unable to reach him, convinces a bird to pluck the hair away.
Just as the bird frees Amirani, Dali returns and curses the bird and its kind to be weak and useless. George[ edit ] St.
George , whose primary function is the protection of "men exploiting the world outside their villages for the benefit of the community," such as shepherds , beekeepers , and most significantly, hunters. In the song, a hunter named Chorla kills more than his share of ibexes, despite knowing this will anger the goddess.
Chorla sends his dog for help, and it returns with St. George, who intervenes for Chorla as a reward for his faith in Jesus Christ.
George threatens to pollute or destroy the mountains with storms and landslides unless Dali releases Chorla, which she does. Furthermore, he places Chorla under his protection and declares that he can hunt without limit in the future.
George, [a] who was the patron of wolves and hunters. Particularly, he saw Ber Shishvlish as an unsuccessful replacement for Dali. Some sources report that they worked together to herd and protect animals from hunters. He is more commonly depicted accompanying male hunters, including her son, Amirani, as well as the hunter Betkil.
George, as in the story of the hunter Chorla, where St. George overrules Dali's punishment of the greedy huntsman. Ethnomusicologist Maka Khardziani identified St. George's victory over Dali in the Chorla story as emblematic of the weakening of pagan beliefs in the face of Christian influence. Prayers and sacrifices once offered to Dali were instead offered to St. George's name, confirming his power over her.