Jeronimo: Pagkakaiba sa mga binago

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Si '''San Jeronimo'''<ref name=Biblia>{{cite-Biblia|San Jeronimo}}</ref> o '''San Geronimo''' (ca. [[347]] – [[Setyembre 30]], [[420]]) na may tunay na pangalan sa [[wikang Latin]] na ''Eusebius Sophronius Hieronymus'' ({{lang-el|Ευσέβιος Σωφρόνιος Ιερώνυμος}}, at kilala rin bilang ''Hieronymus Stridonensis''; [[wikang Ingles|Ingles]]: ''Saint Jerome'') ay isang Kristiyanong apolohista na kilalang-kilala sa pagsasalin ng Bibliyang Vulgata, isang edisyong ng Bibliya sa Latin na malawakan ang katanyagan. Itinuturing siya ng [[Simbahang Romano Katoliko]] bilang isang kanonisadong [[santo]] at [[Duktor ng Simbahan]]. Magpahanggang sa ngayon, isa pa ring mahalagang teksto sa Katolisismo ang kaniyang bersyon ng Bibliya. Itinuturing din siyang isang santo ng [[Silanganing Ortodoksiyang Simbahan]], kung saan kilala siya bilang '''SanEusebio Jeronimo ng StridoniumEstridon''' ([[wikang Kastila|Kastila]]: ''Eusebio Hierónimo de Estridón'' o ''Jerónimo de Estridón''; Ingles: ''Saint Jerome of Stridonium'') o '''Pinagpalang Jeronimo'''. Ipinapakiwari ng ilan na isangisa siyang taong mula sa [[Illyria]], subalit maaaring isa lamang itong sapantaha.
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In the artistic tradition of the Roman Catholic Church, it has been usual to represent him, the patron of theological learning, anachronistically,<ref>[http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G1-20078331.html Saint Jerome and some library lions</ref> as a [[cardinal (Catholicism)|cardinal]], by the side of the Bishop [[Augustine of Hippo|Augustine]], the Archbishop [[Ambrose]], and the [[Pope Gregory I]]. Even when he is depicted as a half-clad [[anchorite]], with cross, skull and Bible for the only furniture of his cell, the red hat or some other indication of his rank is as a rule introduced somewhere in the picture. He is also often depicted with a lion, due to a medieval story in which he removed a thorn from a lion's paw,<ref>The lion episode, in ''Vita Divi Hieronymi'' ([[Migne]] ''Pat. Lat.'' XXII, c. 209ff.) was translated by Helen Waddell ''Beasts and Saints'' (NY: Henry Holt) 1934) ([http://www.saintpatrickdc.org/ss/0930.htm on-line retelling]).</ref> and, less often, an owl, the symbol of wisdom and scholarship.<ref name="NMSU">[http://artdepartment.nmsu.edu/faculty/zarursite/retablo/col-saints.html The Collection: St. Jerome], gallery of the religious art collection of [[New Mexico State University]], with explanations. Accessed August 10, 2007.</ref> [[Writing material]]s and the trumpet of [[final judgment]] are also part of his [[iconography]].<ref name="NMSU"/>
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