From the Beatus of Facundus or Beatus de León. Painted by a man called Facundus for Ferdinand I and Queen Sancha. Illustrates the Commentary on the Apocolypse by Beatus de Liébana.

Illuminated Manuscript, Christian Art, Medieval, Spanish, Catholic Art, Spanish Language, Middle Ages, Spain

From the Beatus of Facundus or Beatus de León. Painted by a man called Facundus for Ferdinand I and Queen Sancha. It is composed of 312 leaves and 98 miniatures. Illustrates the Commentary on the Apocolypse by Beatus de Liébana.

From the Beatus of Facundus or Beatus de León. Painted by a man called Facundus for Ferdinand I and Queen Sancha. It is composed of 312 leaves and 98 miniatures. Illustrates the Commentary on the Apocolypse by Beatus de Liébana.

Romanesque, Spain, Angels, Classic, Spanish

Romanesque, La Deux, Miniatures, Watch, God, Angels, Classic

Spain, Christian Art, Catholic Art, Spanish

From the Beatus of Facundus or Beatus de León. Painted by a man called Facundus for Ferdinand I and Queen Sancha. It is composed of 312 leaves and 98 miniatures. Illustrates the Commentary on the Apocolypse by Beatus de Liébana.

Romanesque, Crusaders, Period, Miniatures, Angels, Repeating Decimal

In the century, in a monastery in the mountains of northern Spain, 700 years after the Book of Revelations was written, a monk named Beatus set.

From the Beatus of Facundus or Beatus de León. Painted by a man called Facundus for Ferdinand I and Queen Sancha. It is composed of 312 leaves and 98 miniatures. Illustrates the Commentary on the Apocolypse by Beatus de Liébana.

From the Beatus of Facundus or Beatus de León. Painted by a man called Facundus for Ferdinand I and Queen Sancha. It is composed of 312 leaves and 98 miniatures. Illustrates the Commentary on the Apocolypse by Beatus de Liébana.

Beatus de Facundus (or Beatus de León), dating to 1047 and painted by a man called Facundus for Ferdinand I and Queen Sancha.

From the Beatus of Facundus or Beatus de León. Painted by a man called Facundus for Ferdinand I and Queen Sancha. It is composed of 312 leaves and 98 miniatures. Illustrates the Commentary on the Apocolypse by Beatus de Liébana.

From the Beatus of Facundus or Beatus de León. Painted by a man called Facundus for Ferdinand I and Queen Sancha. It is composed of 312 leaves and 98 miniatures. Illustrates the Commentary on the Apocolypse by Beatus de Liébana.

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