Anonymous Pilgrim V, 2.13
TextPreterea et ipsa terra Ierosolymitana Patriarcham habet, qui est pater fidei et Christianorum et vicarius Ihesu Christi. Qui habet IIII archiepiscopos. Unum in provincia Palestina scilicetCesariensem. Alium in provincia Fenicea, scilicet Tirensem. Tercium in provincia Galilea, scilicet Nazarenum. Quartum in provincia Moabitarum, scilicet Ponacensem id est de Monte Reali.Cesariensishabet Ι episcopum suffraganeum, scil. Sebastenum, ubi sepultus fuit Iohannes baptista et Eliseus et Abdias propheta. Tirensis ΙΙΙΙ habet suffraganeos: Acconensem, Sidonensem, Beritensem, et illum Bleinas, que est Cesarea Philippi. Nazarensis habet I Tiberiadensem, Ponacensis vero nullum Latinum, Grecum vero habet unum in monte Sina.
Textual NoteEd. Neumann 1866
TranslationFurthermore, the land of Jerusalem has a Patriarch, who is the father of the faith and Christians and is the vicar of Christ. He has four archbishops: one in the province of Palestine, namely, the Archbishop ofCaesarea; the second in the province of Phoenicia, namely, the Archbishop of Tyre; the third in the province of Galilee, namely, the Archbishop of Nazareth, and the fourth in the province of Moab, namely, the Archbishop of Petra, or of Montreal. The Archbishop ofCaesareahas one suffragan bishop, namely, the one of Sebaste, where John the Baptist, Elisha, and Abdias are buried. The Archbishop of Tyre has four suffragans: the bishops of Acre, Sidon, Beirut, and Bleinas, which is Caesarea Philippi. The Archbishop of Nazareth has one suffragan, the bishop of Tiberias, while the Archbishop of Petra has no Latin suffragan but a Greek one on Mount Sinai.
Translation NoteAdapted from Stewart 1894
- 1 Wilhelm Anton Neumann, Drei mittelaltliche Pilgerschriften,Drei mittelaltliche Pilgerschriften, Österreichische Vierteljahresschrift für katholische TheologieÖsterreichische Vierteljahresschrift für katholische Theologie 5 (1866): 211–82, p: 267-268.
- 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: 30-31, section: 2.13.
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