Anonymous X, Itinerary of the Holy Places 408
TextSi quis voluerit ire ab Acon ad montem Carmelum sunt leugue VIII ubi fuit beatus Elias propheta. De Carmelo adCesareamsunt league VIII. ibi dicitur esse tabula Domini et quatuor filie Sci. Filippi et locus centurionis Corneli. Et deCesareausque Iopem sunt leugue XII, ubi est petronus sci. Iacobi Appli.
Textual NoteEd. Golubovich 1906
Textual NoteBibliotheca Ambrosiana, Codex O.35 (late 13th century?)
TranslationIf anyone should want to go from Aco to Mount Carmel, it is 8 leagues to the place where blessed Elijah the Prophet was. From Carmel toCaesareais 8 leagues. There is said to be the Table of the Lord and the [tombs of the] four daughters of St. Philip and the site of the centurion Cornelius. And fromCaesareato Joppe is 12 leagues, and there is the stone of St. James the Apostle.
Translation NoteTrans. Pringle 2018
- 1 Anonymous X, Itinerarium Sanctorum Locorum,Itinerarium Sanctorum Locorum, in Bibliotheca Bio-Bibliografica Della Terra Santa e Dell’Oriente Francescano I: 1215-1300Bibliotheca Bio-Bibliografica Della Terra Santa e Dell’Oriente Francescano I: 1215-1300, ed. Girolamo Golubovich (Quaracchi: Collegio di S. Bonaventura, 1906), p: 408.
- 2 Ernoul, Chronicle,Chronicle, in Pilgrimage to Jerusalem and the Holy Land, 1187-1291Pilgrimage to Jerusalem and the Holy Land, 1187-1291, trans. Pringle, Denys, vol. 23, Crusade Texts in Translation (London: Routledge, 2018), p: 173.
- Sabino de Sandoli, ed., Itinera Hierosolymitana crucesignatorum (saec. XII-XIII) III: Tempore recuperationis Terrae Sanctae (1187-1244)Itinera Hierosolymitana crucesignatorum (saec. XII-XIII) III: Tempore recuperationis Terrae Sanctae (1187-1244), vol. 3, 4 vols., Studium biblicum Franciscanum, collectio major 24 (Jerusalem: Franciscan Printing Press, 1983), p: 101-107.
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