The Four Gospels


The Four Gospels

The Four Gospels may refer to one of the following.

*The title (or translation of the title) of a number early printed books, in reference to the four canonical Gospels written by the four Evangelists:
**"The Four Gospels ("Четвероевангелие" ("Chetveroevangelie"))
*** by Pyotr Mstislavets (1574-1575)
**"Cetvorojevadjelje" in Serbian language by prince Radisa Dmitrovic, Trojan Gundulić and hieromonk Mardarije
**Vani Four Gospels, in Georgian language, 12-13th century
*Burnett Hillman Streeter, "The Four Gospels", London, Macmillan, 1924 [http://www.katapi.org.uk/4Gospels/Contents.htm]


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