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Medieval capital of the thirteenth century belonging to the Portico de Santiago, in the parish church of El Salvador (Cifuentes, Spain). The scene of the Annunciation is represented in which the angel Gabriel announces to the Virgin Mary that she is going to be the mother of Jesus. Her name is written on the head of Mary and the same happens on the head of the angel Gabriel. In addition, the angel Gabriel carries in her hands an inscription that says “ave maria gracia plena” (Hail Mary, full of grace). The upper part of the capital is decorated with lily flowers.