Quattuor regna


Quattuor regna aliud aliud sequentia describuntur a propheta Daniel, confer Vulgatam, Daniel 7-8, 13seqq.

Postea philosophi politici conati sunt conicere quae illa quattuor regna sint. Alius exempli gratia putavit illa esse regna Assyriorum, Persarum, Graecorum et Romanorum, alius fortasse Babylonicorum, Persarum, Macedonicorum et Romanorum. [1]

Postea translatio imperii vocabatur si novum regnum antecedens sequebatur velut imperium Romanum Sacrum imperium Romanum.

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Regna secundum Hieronymum


Hieronymus putat hac in serie primum regnum aureum esse Babylonium, secundum regnum argenteum regnum Persarum, tertium regnum, id est aeneum, regnum Alexandri Macedonum et eius successorum, et postremum quartum ferreum regnum Romanorum.[2]

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