THE SIXTH BOOK, OF TEN CHAPTERS, BEGINS. For it is necessary to know all this summary to distinguish the ten chapters. For the Ecclesiastic deed by itself is not by chapters, which are ordered by how they follow on through … Continue reading
“And I saw and heard an eagle flying in the middle of heaven, saying in a great voice, “Woe, woe, woe, the earth with its inhabitants, for the remaining sounds of the trumpets of the three angels, who are about … Continue reading
Here’s an article on early Spanish chronicles not mentioning queens much. It says that “Against Elipandus” mentions that St. Beatus and his buddy Bishop Etherius of Osma were both present at ex-Queen Adosinda’s entrance into a convent on November 26. … Continue reading
The Archbishop of Santander, Spain presented Pope Francis with a facsimile edition of a Beatus during the archbishop’s ad limina audience with him. The visit lasted an hour and a half.
If you’re interested in my corrected, edited, indexed translation of Books 1 and 2 of Beatus’ Commentary on the Apocalypse, it is available now on Amazon. I hope to get the next part out quickly. Commentary on the Apocalypse: Part … Continue reading
I guess I’ve had a lot of new visitors here while I wasn’t paying attention! Let me catch you up. 1. I started this blog as a way to encourage me to keep going on my translation of Beatus, and … Continue reading
That took a lot longer than it should have done. But I was also editing other parts of the book. I’m still working on integrating the new critical edition into the translation, trying to make the translation clearer, etc. But … Continue reading