The Andreas Project

Resources for the Study of Late First-Century Apocalypticism

The angel of the church in Smyrna receives a message for the church. 10th century. Codex Urgellensis.


The Andreas Project is a multimedia commentary on the Book of Revelation along with other resources for the study of late first-century apocalypticism against its social, religious, and political background.

Your browser must support frames to view this material properly. A pilot page may be viewed here: Revelation 18.

The project is named for Andreas of Cappadocian Caesarea, who wrote the earliest Greek commentary on the Book of Revelation.