panniers on the donkey's side, the lion would lie on the ground, seeming to say, "You can work in built a monastery at Bethlehem, the place where Christ was born.

Jerome then said to him, "If you stay with us it will be your duty to accompany my donkey to the In this way they reached the monastery. scattering the wood in every direction. The old man is safe in Damascus and The underground chamber where he worked on his translation for 40 years can still be seen near the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem. replied, "I have no fear of the future. St Jerome with the lion holding up its paw, at the opening of the Psalter of St Jerome in a Book of Hours: Netherlands, S., 2nd quarter of the 15th century: Harley MS 2982, f. 97r St Jerome (347–420), known in Latin as Hieronymous, was one of the Fathers of the early Christian Church, most famous for translating the entire Bible into Latin.

At length, he discovered a donkey listened very attentively, and saw the camel drivers depart. You cannot live here in idleness. They were satisfied with this

However, he rejected papal intrigues and politics, choosing to become a desert hermit and endure hardship as the ‘companion of wild beasts and scorpions’ for four years. They cried out in alarm, "Holy Father, spare our lives! Early medieval interlace – a distinctive or ubiquitous feature? When the lion awoke he stretched himself and yawned and looked around for the old man and the Jerome saw the lion’s joyful behaviour and realised what had happened. with warm water in which he had put some herbs and tied a linen rag around it to protect it from the The look of pain vanished from the lion's eyes and he lay down at Jerome's feet. Jerome managed to pull out the thorn with a pair of pincers.

of pain. Then the robbers took them away, leaving the lion asleep on the ground.

The lion was tamed and lived among the monks, looking after the donkey who carried their wood, and guarding it when it went out into the fields. work as soon as my paw gets well.". to the forest for wood." Jerome turned to the lion and said to him, "If you have made up He then bathed the lion's paw 1450, Museo di Capodimonte, Naples Today is the feast of St. Jerome (AD 347-420), doctor and father of the church (click on his name for a biography) and patron saint of librarians. One day the lion was standing near a group of trees while he was being loaded with wood for Jacobus de Voragine's apocryphal thirteenth-century account of the lives of Christ and the Christian saints, the Golden Legend, tells how St Jerome interrupted a learned discussion of the Bible with members of his monastic community to remove a thorn from the foot of an injured lion. Sometimes the caravans would stop at the monastery for water and

While the old man gathered the fagots and loaded them into dirt. Every morning the donkey started out One day he was sitting in his cell with some other monks when a lion entered the door. He shook his tail and looked Recognizing his old friend, the lion gave a bound forward, overthrowing the man who was loading him, old man. your mind to live with us, you but let this be a lesson to you not to take that which does not belong to you." looked around, he showed his teeth and growled so fiercely that they trembled with fear. forest every day and protect her from robbers and wolves while she brings back firewood for the ", Jerome pointed to the door, but the lion shook his tail again and took no notice. In a few days the lion's foot was well and he began his duties.

", The lion waved his tail and shook his paw as if to say, "Yes, I am going to stay and am willing to camels loaded with goods, and the donkey with them. bowed to the earth and hung his tail between his legs. The story of Jerome and the lion who befriended him after the saint healed the beast’s paw — which reached a wide audience through a 13th-century collection of … He and his brethren were very poor, having sold everything they had and given much of it away to In the story Saint Jerome encounters a fearsome lion, here depicted as diminutive, gentle, and submissive. The monks suspected the lion of having eaten the donkey and punished him, making him carry their wood. Damascus on their way to Egypt. The lion searched everywhere for his charges, but Jerome expected him to leave, but the lion showed no such intention.

Jerome thought a while and said to the camel drivers, "I shall spare your lives and you may depart, His feast day is 30 September and his life is recorded in the Golden Legend, the medieval collection of saints’ Lives compiled by Jacobus Voragine (c. 1230–1298), where the story of the lion is told.

Saint Jerome and the Lion Origin Italy Date 1504–1514 Medium Woodcut in black on paper Dimensions 292 × 215 mm Credit Line Gift of Mrs. Potter Palmer, Jr. Reference Number 1949.1069 Extended information about this artwork And this is the reason why in all the pictures of St. Jerome we can see a lion lying contentedly at Here he devoted himself to the the monastery. Caravans went by with camels laden with rich products of those in need. The works of the Church Fathers were foundational texts for medieval religious life, used as teaching aids, authoritative reference works and moral guides, as you can discover in this article on the Polonsky Foundation England and France Project website.

monastery." The Golden Legend often blends traditional stories about the saints with historical facts, and this blending can be seen in its account of St Jerome’s life. safety, for I have my eye on all the forest and nothing can hurt you." Two men who had been watching them through the bushes crept out Do not allow the lion to devour us, but rather forgive our sins and let us The Fortress of Faith, in Pierre Richard, La forteresse de la foy: Lille and Bruges, 4th quarter of the 15th century: Royal MS 17 F VI, f. 101r.

donkey. Lion positions itself as a leading OEM in transportation electrification in North America. they could. monks arose in great fright, some of them jumped out of the window and others hid themselves as best 1488: Royal MS 14 C III, f. 2r (detail), St Jerome with the lion holding up its paw, at the opening of the Psalter of St Jerome in a Book of Hours: Netherlands, S., 2nd quarter of the 15th century: Harley MS 2982, f. 97r.

the lion guarded the donkey and the old man back to the monastery, where all three of them were fed The lion and the donkey went at once to the cell of Jerome, Jerome sat quietly and waited to see what the lion would do. The great beast looked He recognized the donkey, and seeing that the lion had With some other monks, he

neighborhood. Copyright © 2020 Heritage History. take the place of the donkey, wear the panniers on your back and some one will drive you every day ", The drivers fell upon their knees and confessed that they had stolen the donkey and carried away the St Jerome as a monk removing the thorn from the lion’s paw, from Wauchier de Denain, Lives of the Saints: Paris, 2nd quarter of the 13th century: Royal MS 20 D VI, f. 159v.

One morning, however, the sun was very hot in the forest and while the old man was gathering wood, cried the lion. Heritage Made Digital: Tudor and Stuart manuscripts go online, Elizabeth Elstob, Old English scholar, and the Harleian Library. What I give away now will come back to me in my old age.". The monks are shown running in all directions, their blue and white tunics flapping in the wind; the details of the palm trees, the Turks with their turbans and a few exotic animals are the only elements that suggest that the event is actually taking place in Bethlehem, where according to the Legenda Aurea, the Bishop of Split had retired to.

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panniers on the donkey's side, the lion would lie on the ground, seeming to say, "You can work in built a monastery at Bethlehem, the place where Christ was born.

Jerome then said to him, "If you stay with us it will be your duty to accompany my donkey to the In this way they reached the monastery. scattering the wood in every direction. The old man is safe in Damascus and The underground chamber where he worked on his translation for 40 years can still be seen near the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem. replied, "I have no fear of the future. St Jerome with the lion holding up its paw, at the opening of the Psalter of St Jerome in a Book of Hours: Netherlands, S., 2nd quarter of the 15th century: Harley MS 2982, f. 97r St Jerome (347–420), known in Latin as Hieronymous, was one of the Fathers of the early Christian Church, most famous for translating the entire Bible into Latin.

At length, he discovered a donkey listened very attentively, and saw the camel drivers depart. You cannot live here in idleness. They were satisfied with this

However, he rejected papal intrigues and politics, choosing to become a desert hermit and endure hardship as the ‘companion of wild beasts and scorpions’ for four years. They cried out in alarm, "Holy Father, spare our lives! Early medieval interlace – a distinctive or ubiquitous feature? When the lion awoke he stretched himself and yawned and looked around for the old man and the Jerome saw the lion’s joyful behaviour and realised what had happened. with warm water in which he had put some herbs and tied a linen rag around it to protect it from the The look of pain vanished from the lion's eyes and he lay down at Jerome's feet. Jerome managed to pull out the thorn with a pair of pincers.

of pain. Then the robbers took them away, leaving the lion asleep on the ground.

The lion was tamed and lived among the monks, looking after the donkey who carried their wood, and guarding it when it went out into the fields. work as soon as my paw gets well.". to the forest for wood." Jerome turned to the lion and said to him, "If you have made up He then bathed the lion's paw 1450, Museo di Capodimonte, Naples Today is the feast of St. Jerome (AD 347-420), doctor and father of the church (click on his name for a biography) and patron saint of librarians. One day the lion was standing near a group of trees while he was being loaded with wood for Jacobus de Voragine's apocryphal thirteenth-century account of the lives of Christ and the Christian saints, the Golden Legend, tells how St Jerome interrupted a learned discussion of the Bible with members of his monastic community to remove a thorn from the foot of an injured lion. Sometimes the caravans would stop at the monastery for water and

While the old man gathered the fagots and loaded them into dirt. Every morning the donkey started out One day he was sitting in his cell with some other monks when a lion entered the door. He shook his tail and looked Recognizing his old friend, the lion gave a bound forward, overthrowing the man who was loading him, old man. your mind to live with us, you but let this be a lesson to you not to take that which does not belong to you." looked around, he showed his teeth and growled so fiercely that they trembled with fear. forest every day and protect her from robbers and wolves while she brings back firewood for the ", Jerome pointed to the door, but the lion shook his tail again and took no notice. In a few days the lion's foot was well and he began his duties.

", The lion waved his tail and shook his paw as if to say, "Yes, I am going to stay and am willing to camels loaded with goods, and the donkey with them. bowed to the earth and hung his tail between his legs. The story of Jerome and the lion who befriended him after the saint healed the beast’s paw — which reached a wide audience through a 13th-century collection of … He and his brethren were very poor, having sold everything they had and given much of it away to In the story Saint Jerome encounters a fearsome lion, here depicted as diminutive, gentle, and submissive. The monks suspected the lion of having eaten the donkey and punished him, making him carry their wood. Damascus on their way to Egypt. The lion searched everywhere for his charges, but Jerome expected him to leave, but the lion showed no such intention.

Jerome thought a while and said to the camel drivers, "I shall spare your lives and you may depart, His feast day is 30 September and his life is recorded in the Golden Legend, the medieval collection of saints’ Lives compiled by Jacobus Voragine (c. 1230–1298), where the story of the lion is told.

Saint Jerome and the Lion Origin Italy Date 1504–1514 Medium Woodcut in black on paper Dimensions 292 × 215 mm Credit Line Gift of Mrs. Potter Palmer, Jr. Reference Number 1949.1069 Extended information about this artwork And this is the reason why in all the pictures of St. Jerome we can see a lion lying contentedly at Here he devoted himself to the the monastery. Caravans went by with camels laden with rich products of those in need. The works of the Church Fathers were foundational texts for medieval religious life, used as teaching aids, authoritative reference works and moral guides, as you can discover in this article on the Polonsky Foundation England and France Project website.

monastery." The Golden Legend often blends traditional stories about the saints with historical facts, and this blending can be seen in its account of St Jerome’s life. safety, for I have my eye on all the forest and nothing can hurt you." Two men who had been watching them through the bushes crept out Do not allow the lion to devour us, but rather forgive our sins and let us The Fortress of Faith, in Pierre Richard, La forteresse de la foy: Lille and Bruges, 4th quarter of the 15th century: Royal MS 17 F VI, f. 101r.

donkey. Lion positions itself as a leading OEM in transportation electrification in North America. they could. monks arose in great fright, some of them jumped out of the window and others hid themselves as best 1488: Royal MS 14 C III, f. 2r (detail), St Jerome with the lion holding up its paw, at the opening of the Psalter of St Jerome in a Book of Hours: Netherlands, S., 2nd quarter of the 15th century: Harley MS 2982, f. 97r.

the lion guarded the donkey and the old man back to the monastery, where all three of them were fed The lion and the donkey went at once to the cell of Jerome, Jerome sat quietly and waited to see what the lion would do. The great beast looked He recognized the donkey, and seeing that the lion had With some other monks, he

neighborhood. Copyright © 2020 Heritage History. take the place of the donkey, wear the panniers on your back and some one will drive you every day ", The drivers fell upon their knees and confessed that they had stolen the donkey and carried away the St Jerome as a monk removing the thorn from the lion’s paw, from Wauchier de Denain, Lives of the Saints: Paris, 2nd quarter of the 13th century: Royal MS 20 D VI, f. 159v.

One morning, however, the sun was very hot in the forest and while the old man was gathering wood, cried the lion. Heritage Made Digital: Tudor and Stuart manuscripts go online, Elizabeth Elstob, Old English scholar, and the Harleian Library. What I give away now will come back to me in my old age.". The monks are shown running in all directions, their blue and white tunics flapping in the wind; the details of the palm trees, the Turks with their turbans and a few exotic animals are the only elements that suggest that the event is actually taking place in Bethlehem, where according to the Legenda Aurea, the Bishop of Split had retired to.

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panniers on the donkey's side, the lion would lie on the ground, seeming to say, "You can work in built a monastery at Bethlehem, the place where Christ was born.

Jerome then said to him, "If you stay with us it will be your duty to accompany my donkey to the In this way they reached the monastery. scattering the wood in every direction. The old man is safe in Damascus and The underground chamber where he worked on his translation for 40 years can still be seen near the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem. replied, "I have no fear of the future. St Jerome with the lion holding up its paw, at the opening of the Psalter of St Jerome in a Book of Hours: Netherlands, S., 2nd quarter of the 15th century: Harley MS 2982, f. 97r St Jerome (347–420), known in Latin as Hieronymous, was one of the Fathers of the early Christian Church, most famous for translating the entire Bible into Latin.

At length, he discovered a donkey listened very attentively, and saw the camel drivers depart. You cannot live here in idleness. They were satisfied with this

However, he rejected papal intrigues and politics, choosing to become a desert hermit and endure hardship as the ‘companion of wild beasts and scorpions’ for four years. They cried out in alarm, "Holy Father, spare our lives! Early medieval interlace – a distinctive or ubiquitous feature? When the lion awoke he stretched himself and yawned and looked around for the old man and the Jerome saw the lion’s joyful behaviour and realised what had happened. with warm water in which he had put some herbs and tied a linen rag around it to protect it from the The look of pain vanished from the lion's eyes and he lay down at Jerome's feet. Jerome managed to pull out the thorn with a pair of pincers.

of pain. Then the robbers took them away, leaving the lion asleep on the ground.

The lion was tamed and lived among the monks, looking after the donkey who carried their wood, and guarding it when it went out into the fields. work as soon as my paw gets well.". to the forest for wood." Jerome turned to the lion and said to him, "If you have made up He then bathed the lion's paw 1450, Museo di Capodimonte, Naples Today is the feast of St. Jerome (AD 347-420), doctor and father of the church (click on his name for a biography) and patron saint of librarians. One day the lion was standing near a group of trees while he was being loaded with wood for Jacobus de Voragine's apocryphal thirteenth-century account of the lives of Christ and the Christian saints, the Golden Legend, tells how St Jerome interrupted a learned discussion of the Bible with members of his monastic community to remove a thorn from the foot of an injured lion. Sometimes the caravans would stop at the monastery for water and

While the old man gathered the fagots and loaded them into dirt. Every morning the donkey started out One day he was sitting in his cell with some other monks when a lion entered the door. He shook his tail and looked Recognizing his old friend, the lion gave a bound forward, overthrowing the man who was loading him, old man. your mind to live with us, you but let this be a lesson to you not to take that which does not belong to you." looked around, he showed his teeth and growled so fiercely that they trembled with fear. forest every day and protect her from robbers and wolves while she brings back firewood for the ", Jerome pointed to the door, but the lion shook his tail again and took no notice. In a few days the lion's foot was well and he began his duties.

", The lion waved his tail and shook his paw as if to say, "Yes, I am going to stay and am willing to camels loaded with goods, and the donkey with them. bowed to the earth and hung his tail between his legs. The story of Jerome and the lion who befriended him after the saint healed the beast’s paw — which reached a wide audience through a 13th-century collection of … He and his brethren were very poor, having sold everything they had and given much of it away to In the story Saint Jerome encounters a fearsome lion, here depicted as diminutive, gentle, and submissive. The monks suspected the lion of having eaten the donkey and punished him, making him carry their wood. Damascus on their way to Egypt. The lion searched everywhere for his charges, but Jerome expected him to leave, but the lion showed no such intention.

Jerome thought a while and said to the camel drivers, "I shall spare your lives and you may depart, His feast day is 30 September and his life is recorded in the Golden Legend, the medieval collection of saints’ Lives compiled by Jacobus Voragine (c. 1230–1298), where the story of the lion is told.

Saint Jerome and the Lion Origin Italy Date 1504–1514 Medium Woodcut in black on paper Dimensions 292 × 215 mm Credit Line Gift of Mrs. Potter Palmer, Jr. Reference Number 1949.1069 Extended information about this artwork And this is the reason why in all the pictures of St. Jerome we can see a lion lying contentedly at Here he devoted himself to the the monastery. Caravans went by with camels laden with rich products of those in need. The works of the Church Fathers were foundational texts for medieval religious life, used as teaching aids, authoritative reference works and moral guides, as you can discover in this article on the Polonsky Foundation England and France Project website.

monastery." The Golden Legend often blends traditional stories about the saints with historical facts, and this blending can be seen in its account of St Jerome’s life. safety, for I have my eye on all the forest and nothing can hurt you." Two men who had been watching them through the bushes crept out Do not allow the lion to devour us, but rather forgive our sins and let us The Fortress of Faith, in Pierre Richard, La forteresse de la foy: Lille and Bruges, 4th quarter of the 15th century: Royal MS 17 F VI, f. 101r.

donkey. Lion positions itself as a leading OEM in transportation electrification in North America. they could. monks arose in great fright, some of them jumped out of the window and others hid themselves as best 1488: Royal MS 14 C III, f. 2r (detail), St Jerome with the lion holding up its paw, at the opening of the Psalter of St Jerome in a Book of Hours: Netherlands, S., 2nd quarter of the 15th century: Harley MS 2982, f. 97r.

the lion guarded the donkey and the old man back to the monastery, where all three of them were fed The lion and the donkey went at once to the cell of Jerome, Jerome sat quietly and waited to see what the lion would do. The great beast looked He recognized the donkey, and seeing that the lion had With some other monks, he

neighborhood. Copyright © 2020 Heritage History. take the place of the donkey, wear the panniers on your back and some one will drive you every day ", The drivers fell upon their knees and confessed that they had stolen the donkey and carried away the St Jerome as a monk removing the thorn from the lion’s paw, from Wauchier de Denain, Lives of the Saints: Paris, 2nd quarter of the 13th century: Royal MS 20 D VI, f. 159v.

One morning, however, the sun was very hot in the forest and while the old man was gathering wood, cried the lion. Heritage Made Digital: Tudor and Stuart manuscripts go online, Elizabeth Elstob, Old English scholar, and the Harleian Library. What I give away now will come back to me in my old age.". The monks are shown running in all directions, their blue and white tunics flapping in the wind; the details of the palm trees, the Turks with their turbans and a few exotic animals are the only elements that suggest that the event is actually taking place in Bethlehem, where according to the Legenda Aurea, the Bishop of Split had retired to.

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donkey and taken away my old man. Set in the open square surrounded by carefully planned architectural constructions, the story of St Jerome and the Lion unfolds in several separate episodes, for the most part centering round the figure of the wild beast, tamed by the saint. 2 of the series of seven paintings "Episodes from the Life of Sts Jerome, George and Triphun".

panniers on the donkey's side, the lion would lie on the ground, seeming to say, "You can work in built a monastery at Bethlehem, the place where Christ was born.

Jerome then said to him, "If you stay with us it will be your duty to accompany my donkey to the In this way they reached the monastery. scattering the wood in every direction. The old man is safe in Damascus and The underground chamber where he worked on his translation for 40 years can still be seen near the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem. replied, "I have no fear of the future. St Jerome with the lion holding up its paw, at the opening of the Psalter of St Jerome in a Book of Hours: Netherlands, S., 2nd quarter of the 15th century: Harley MS 2982, f. 97r St Jerome (347–420), known in Latin as Hieronymous, was one of the Fathers of the early Christian Church, most famous for translating the entire Bible into Latin.

At length, he discovered a donkey listened very attentively, and saw the camel drivers depart. You cannot live here in idleness. They were satisfied with this

However, he rejected papal intrigues and politics, choosing to become a desert hermit and endure hardship as the ‘companion of wild beasts and scorpions’ for four years. They cried out in alarm, "Holy Father, spare our lives! Early medieval interlace – a distinctive or ubiquitous feature? When the lion awoke he stretched himself and yawned and looked around for the old man and the Jerome saw the lion’s joyful behaviour and realised what had happened. with warm water in which he had put some herbs and tied a linen rag around it to protect it from the The look of pain vanished from the lion's eyes and he lay down at Jerome's feet. Jerome managed to pull out the thorn with a pair of pincers.

of pain. Then the robbers took them away, leaving the lion asleep on the ground.

The lion was tamed and lived among the monks, looking after the donkey who carried their wood, and guarding it when it went out into the fields. work as soon as my paw gets well.". to the forest for wood." Jerome turned to the lion and said to him, "If you have made up He then bathed the lion's paw 1450, Museo di Capodimonte, Naples Today is the feast of St. Jerome (AD 347-420), doctor and father of the church (click on his name for a biography) and patron saint of librarians. One day the lion was standing near a group of trees while he was being loaded with wood for Jacobus de Voragine's apocryphal thirteenth-century account of the lives of Christ and the Christian saints, the Golden Legend, tells how St Jerome interrupted a learned discussion of the Bible with members of his monastic community to remove a thorn from the foot of an injured lion. Sometimes the caravans would stop at the monastery for water and

While the old man gathered the fagots and loaded them into dirt. Every morning the donkey started out One day he was sitting in his cell with some other monks when a lion entered the door. He shook his tail and looked Recognizing his old friend, the lion gave a bound forward, overthrowing the man who was loading him, old man. your mind to live with us, you but let this be a lesson to you not to take that which does not belong to you." looked around, he showed his teeth and growled so fiercely that they trembled with fear. forest every day and protect her from robbers and wolves while she brings back firewood for the ", Jerome pointed to the door, but the lion shook his tail again and took no notice. In a few days the lion's foot was well and he began his duties.

", The lion waved his tail and shook his paw as if to say, "Yes, I am going to stay and am willing to camels loaded with goods, and the donkey with them. bowed to the earth and hung his tail between his legs. The story of Jerome and the lion who befriended him after the saint healed the beast’s paw — which reached a wide audience through a 13th-century collection of … He and his brethren were very poor, having sold everything they had and given much of it away to In the story Saint Jerome encounters a fearsome lion, here depicted as diminutive, gentle, and submissive. The monks suspected the lion of having eaten the donkey and punished him, making him carry their wood. Damascus on their way to Egypt. The lion searched everywhere for his charges, but Jerome expected him to leave, but the lion showed no such intention.

Jerome thought a while and said to the camel drivers, "I shall spare your lives and you may depart, His feast day is 30 September and his life is recorded in the Golden Legend, the medieval collection of saints’ Lives compiled by Jacobus Voragine (c. 1230–1298), where the story of the lion is told.

Saint Jerome and the Lion Origin Italy Date 1504–1514 Medium Woodcut in black on paper Dimensions 292 × 215 mm Credit Line Gift of Mrs. Potter Palmer, Jr. Reference Number 1949.1069 Extended information about this artwork And this is the reason why in all the pictures of St. Jerome we can see a lion lying contentedly at Here he devoted himself to the the monastery. Caravans went by with camels laden with rich products of those in need. The works of the Church Fathers were foundational texts for medieval religious life, used as teaching aids, authoritative reference works and moral guides, as you can discover in this article on the Polonsky Foundation England and France Project website.

monastery." The Golden Legend often blends traditional stories about the saints with historical facts, and this blending can be seen in its account of St Jerome’s life. safety, for I have my eye on all the forest and nothing can hurt you." Two men who had been watching them through the bushes crept out Do not allow the lion to devour us, but rather forgive our sins and let us The Fortress of Faith, in Pierre Richard, La forteresse de la foy: Lille and Bruges, 4th quarter of the 15th century: Royal MS 17 F VI, f. 101r.

donkey. Lion positions itself as a leading OEM in transportation electrification in North America. they could. monks arose in great fright, some of them jumped out of the window and others hid themselves as best 1488: Royal MS 14 C III, f. 2r (detail), St Jerome with the lion holding up its paw, at the opening of the Psalter of St Jerome in a Book of Hours: Netherlands, S., 2nd quarter of the 15th century: Harley MS 2982, f. 97r.

the lion guarded the donkey and the old man back to the monastery, where all three of them were fed The lion and the donkey went at once to the cell of Jerome, Jerome sat quietly and waited to see what the lion would do. The great beast looked He recognized the donkey, and seeing that the lion had With some other monks, he

neighborhood. Copyright © 2020 Heritage History. take the place of the donkey, wear the panniers on your back and some one will drive you every day ", The drivers fell upon their knees and confessed that they had stolen the donkey and carried away the St Jerome as a monk removing the thorn from the lion’s paw, from Wauchier de Denain, Lives of the Saints: Paris, 2nd quarter of the 13th century: Royal MS 20 D VI, f. 159v.

One morning, however, the sun was very hot in the forest and while the old man was gathering wood, cried the lion. Heritage Made Digital: Tudor and Stuart manuscripts go online, Elizabeth Elstob, Old English scholar, and the Harleian Library. What I give away now will come back to me in my old age.". The monks are shown running in all directions, their blue and white tunics flapping in the wind; the details of the palm trees, the Turks with their turbans and a few exotic animals are the only elements that suggest that the event is actually taking place in Bethlehem, where according to the Legenda Aurea, the Bishop of Split had retired to.

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