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Biblia Visigótico-Mozárabe de la Real Colegiata de San Isidoro de León MS 2, 960

Visigothic-Mozarabic Bible of the Royal Collegiate Church of Saint Isidore of Leon
Other names: Codex Biblicus Legionensis, Codex Gothicus Legionensis.

Goliath Challenges the Israelites

Victory of the Israelites over the Philistines at Carmel

Return of David to Jerusalem.

An army


Death of Jezebel

El Archivo Capitular de la Colegiata de San Isidoro cuenta entre sus tesoros con una Biblia visigótico-mozárabe realizada por Florencio y Sancho en el año 960. Cuenta con 517 folios y ricas ilustraciones.
The Chapter Archive of San Isidoro Collegiate counts among its treasures a Visigothic-Mozarabic Bible by Florencio and Sancho in 960. It has 517 pages and rich illustrations.

The Visigothic-Mozarabic Bible of St. Isidore is considered not only one of the rarest and most valuable of medieval manuscripts but the best documented Mozarabic bible extant. Precisely dated—having been completed on June 19, 960 in the Monastery of Valeránica—and exactly recorded with the names and portraits of its copyists, the miniaturist Florencio and the calligrapher Sancho, this bible contains all the books of the Old and New Testaments, as well as prologues, biblical commentaries and other texts. It is written in lowercase visigothic-mozarabic lettering with initial capital letters in the interlaced Saxon style and decorated with biblical scenes and roundels.

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