The Girona Beatus Codex

Commentary on the Apocalypse by Beatus of Liébana, Spain, c.975AD
Girona Cathedral, Catalonia.

f.134v Horseman Fighting a Dragon

Source: Encyclopedie de la Langue Francaise
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 Florentius and Sanctius in 960. It has 517 pages and rich illustrations.

Referenced on p12, The Moors - The Islamic West - 7th-15th Centuries AD by David Nicolle
Biblical figure slaying a serpent, in a copy of Beatus' Commentaries on the Apocalypse, made in Tavera in AD 975. Mozarab manuscripts were made by the Christian Andalusian community living under Islamic rule, in a local style combining early Christian and Arab-Islamic artistic traditions. The horseman shown here seems to have a rudimentary turban-cloth around his mighfar or mail coif. The latter goes inside a long-sleeved tunic which is buttoned down the front in Persian-Islamic style. His mail hauberk is worn under the tunic, as described in the written sources. (Cathedral Museum, Gerona, Spain)

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