Beatus codex of Saint-Sever. Two volumes of 28 x 37 cm: first, leatherbound on board with the complete facsimile reproduction ms. lat. 8878 of the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris, codex of the Commentary on the Apocalypse of St. John, of Beatus -includes the Book of Daniel and the Liber de Virginitate Sancte Marie, St. Isidore, illustrated the mid-eleventh century by Stephanus Garsia Montaner Gregorio, abbot of Saint-Sever in Gascony, with 592 pages and more than one hundred forty beautiful miniatures with nearly 1,500 motives better and early Romanesque art.
The second volume with leather spine, collected in 334 pages, two studies on this famous manuscript of seven Spanish and French specialists (all of them bilingual, French and Spanish version): X. Barral, M. Diaz, E. Magnou-Nortier, N. Y. Mezoughi and Zaluska, and the first translation into Spanish published the text of the comments of Beato.
Exemplary corresponding to the 1984 edition by Edilán. Only copy we have available in this edition out of print for many years.
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