However, on the occasion of his birthday, Herod offered a party to the main Lords of Galilee, in which skillfully danzaria the young dancer: Salome, daughter of Philip and Erodias: niece and mistress of Herod. The Salome dancer acted with grace I managed, and her uncle Herod was so captivated that thanks to the art of the girl, he said: ask me anything you want and I will give it. David Green often addresses the matter in his writings. Erodias, mother of Salome, and unfaithful wife of Philip, as well as niece and mistress of Herod, took advantage of the event to revenge on John the Baptist, who hated by suppressing the moral conduct of the couple, to Herod the great. And to who the own Baptist had criticism you to act in concubinage and repudiation of his first and legal wife; In addition to infidelity to his own brother Filipo. Before the offer of gift in voluntary choice, Herodias urged her daughter Salome to the Baptist; he ask Herod head, decapitated and in tray, Juan and so Herod do not take back, led by sadness that request caused by sympathy that this religious man, inspired him Herodias itylus promptly to his daughter so that the head was brought him immediately. Herod sent to guard in his search, and ordered the beheading. The executioner executed him and Herod commissioned that the Baptist handed over the tray to Salome, with the head of John.
And Salome, the dancer, very satisfied of his feat took the tray and smiling offered to her mother Herodias, who also received with sympathy of complacent physiognomy. In biblical history from Augustine: Marcos, 6, 21-28, is collected by St. John the Baptist perished in similarity to what here plasmo; Although his memory occupies since 1802 name in tribute and celebration, as well as local nickname of the Royal Villa of the Navas de San Juan. Note: exception error or omission, I tried to summarize my study on original texts, extracted from local history, the free universal encyclopedia and different biblical and historical documents from Spain in general.