Anonymous Pilgrim V, 1.1
TextEgo ivi de Accon in Caifa, quod est sub monte Carmeli, ubi fuit Helias propheta. Et inde veniCesaream, deinde Assur, deinde Ioppen, deinde Rama, deinde Bethnopolin, deinde Ierusalem. Ubi intratur ad portam S. Stephani, ubi fuit lapidatus.
Textual NoteEd. Neumann 1866
- 1 Wilhelm Anton Neumann, Drei mittelaltliche Pilgerschriften,Drei mittelaltliche Pilgerschriften, Österreichische Vierteljahresschrift für katholische TheologieÖsterreichische Vierteljahresschrift für katholische Theologie 5 (1866): 211–82, p: 221-222.
- 2 Anonymous Pilgrim V, [On the Holy Land],[On the Holy Land], in Anonymous Pilgrims, I.-VIIIAnonymous Pilgrims, I.-VIII, trans. Aubrey Stewart, repr. New York: AMS Press, 1971, Palestine Pilgrims’ Text Society (London: Palestine Pilgrims’ Text Society, 1894), 22–36, p: 22, section: 1.1.
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