The Prophet Daniel's Vision of the Roman and Other Empires. The images on this page represent the four kingdoms that were mentioned as Daniel's visions in the Bible's Old Testament Book of Daniel: 1: A lion with eagle's wings. 2. A bear raised up on one side. 3. A winged leopard with 4 heads. 4. A beast with iron teeth and 10 horns. One interpretation of this vision is that the kingdom of Rome represents the fourth kingdom.
Lauro, Giacomo ( Jacobus Laurus )
Antiquae Urbis Splendor, Hoc Est Praecipua Eiusdem Templa Amphitheatra Theatra Circi Naumachiae Arcus Triumphales Mausolea .
Romae, Apresso Vitale Mascardi, Roma, 1624.
FINE ENGRAVING from one of the most influential and beautiful works on the monuments and antiquities of ancient Rome. The Antiquae urbis splendor, ('The Splendor of the Ancient City') served as an important reference book and source of inspiration for many writers and artists. Giacomo Lauro was a roman printmaker active from 1583 to about 1650. Leaf: 30 x 22 cm
Minor age toning to margins commensurate with age.
- Jacobus Laurus (active 1583-1645) - Folio engraving, hand coloured
- Title of artwork
- Sea Monsters - Prophet Daniel's Vision - 1624
- Not signed
- In good condition
- Sold with frame
- Image size
- 21×31.5 cm