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Tûr kills his brother Îraj.

Garsîvaz, the brother of Afrâsiyâb, is executed.

Rustam captures Garsîva, the brother of Afrâsiyâb, and Jahn at the fortress of Gang-dizh.

Kay Khusrau executes Afrâsiyâb and his brother.

Miniature showing 1. the murder of Rhea Ilia's brother Lausus by her uncle Amulius, while Rhea Ilia watches; 2. Rhea Ilia, dressed as nun, in bed, with newborn Romulus and Remus; 3. Rhea Ilia buried while wolf suckles twins. Initial, rubric, border design

38 BCE: After Joseph, brother of Herod, is slain, Antigonus II cuts the head off the corpse.

5 BCE: Pheroras, before being poisoned, has entrusted his wife with poison to kill his brother, King Herod, or so Herod has heard. Pheroras's wife throws herself from the roof but survives. Here, Herod tells Pheroras's wife that she will not be punished if she tells the truth about the poison.

37 BCE: Pappus, Antigonus's general and slayer of Joseph, is killed. Herod has the head sent to Pheroras (Herod's brother).

30 BCE: Salome goes to her brother Herod to accuse his wife, Mariamme, of adultery.

4 BCE: Archelaus, seeking confirmation of his succession, falls to his knees at the feet of the emperor Augustus. Augustus makes no immediate decision about the succession, as Archelaus's brother, Antipas, also lays claim to the crown.

104 BCE: Unscrupulous courtiers falsely accuse Antigonus I of treachery against his brother Artistobolus I. Antigonus is assassinated in Jerusalem (according to Josephus's text, not above ground as shown but in an underground passage known as Strato's Tower).

5 BCE: Herod, having discovered that his brother, Pheroras, has been poisoned, investigates the crime by interrogating and torturing the maidservants.

In India if the dead person has a wife, friend, or brother who is willing, they can be burnt on the pyre with the dead man. Four people are shown in a funeral pyre.

Muteczuma's brother threw himself down from the Scaffold.

Lee, Richard Henry. Chantilly. To "Dear Brother"

Lee, Richard Henry. Chantilly. To "Dear Brother"

Letter to his brother Watty [Walter,] [Philadelphia]

Letter to [his brother.]

Letter to "Brother Tom."

Letter to [his brother.]

Letter to [his brother -- .]

Bill, holograph, from Emerson to Samuel C. Hunt, for the instruction of his brother, Benjamin Peter Hunt. Dec. 31, 1825. Receipted by RWE.

Bill, holograph, from Emerson to Samuel C. Hunt, for the instruction of his brother, Benjamin Peter Hunt. Dec. 31, 1825. Receipted by RWE.

Bill, holograph, from Emerson to Samuel C. Hunt, for the instruction of his brother, Benjamin Peter Hunt. Dec. 31, 1825. Receipted by RWE.

Bill, holograph, from Emerson to Samuel C. Hunt, for the instruction of his brother, Benjamin Peter Hunt. Dec. 31, 1825. Receipted by RWE.

John Bull's monarchy a refuge from Brother Jonathan's slavery.

Pantheon. 1. Isis, the defender of her brother Osiris; 2. Cerberus.

Dickens, Frederick, his brother. 2 ALS to 1842 Jan. 3; 1844 July 22

Dickens, Frederick, his brother. ALS to [1842 Jan. 30]

Dickens, Frederick, his brother. ALS to [1842 Jan. 30]

Dickens, Frederick, his brother. 2 ALS to 1842 Jan. 3; 1844 July 22

Dickens, Frederick, his brother. 2 ALS to 1842 Jan. 3; 1844 July 22

Dickens, Frederick, his brother. 2 ALS to 1842 Jan. 3; 1844 July 22

Dickens, Frederick, his brother. ALS to [1842 Jan. 30]

Dickens, Frederick, his brother. 2 ALS to 1842 Jan. 3; 1844 July 22

Dickens, Frederick, his brother. ALS to [1842 Jan. 30]

Dickens, Frederick, his brother. 2 ALS to 1842 Jan. 3; 1844 July 22

Dickens, Frederick, his brother. ALS to 1842 Mar. 22 ; ALS from Mrs. Catherine Dickens to [Baltimore, March 22, 1842]

Dickens, Frederick, his brother. ALS to 1842 Mar. 22 ; ALS from Mrs. Catherine Dickens to [Baltimore, March 22, 1842]

Dickens, Frederick, his brother. ALS to [1842 Jan. 30]

Dickens, Frederick William, his brother. ALS to 1842 Apr. 4

Dickens, Frederick, his brother. ALS to 1842 Mar. 22 ; ALS from Mrs. Catherine Dickens to [Baltimore, March 22, 1842]

Dickens, Frederick, his brother. 2 ALS to 1842 Jan. 3; 1844 July 22

Dickens, Frederick William, his brother. ALS to 1842 Apr. 4

Dickens, Frederick, his brother. ALS to 1842 Mar. 22 ; ALS from Mrs. Catherine Dickens to [Baltimore, March 22, 1842]

Dickens, Frederick, his brother. 2 ALS to 1842 Jan. 3; 1844 July 22

Dickens, Frederick, his brother. 2 ALS to 1842 Jan. 3; 1844 July 22

Dickens, Frederick, his brother. 2 ALS to 1842 Jan. 3; 1844 July 22

Dickens, Frederick, his brother. 2 ALS to 1842 Jan. 3; 1844 July 22

Dickens, Frederick, his brother. 2 ALS to 1842 Jan. 3; 1844 July 22

Dickens, Frederick William, his brother. ALS to 1842 Apr. 4

Dickens, Frederick, his brother. 2 ALS to 1842 Jan. 3; 1844 July 22

Dickens, Frederick William, his brother. ALS to 1842 Apr. 4

Dickens, Frederick, his brother. ALS to [1842 Jan. 30]

Dickens, Frederick, his brother. 2 ALS to 1842 Jan. 3; 1844 July 22

Dickens, Frederick, his brother. 2 ALS to 1842 Jan. 3; 1844 July 22

Interior of the city of Kandahar, from the house of the sirdar "Meer Dil Khan" brother of the king of Caubul

Dickens, Alfred, his brother. ALS to 1856 Oct. 13

Dickens, Alfred, his brother. ALS to 1856 Oct. 13

Dickens, Alfred, his brother. ALS to 1856 Oct. 13

Futtoo Khan and brother, Soonnee Mussulmans

Brother John Morgan.

My brother Jonathan, or, Don't you ever be born a twin

My brother Jonathan, or, Don't you ever be born a twin

My brother Jonathan, or, Don't you ever be born a twin

My brother Jonathan, or, Don't you ever be born a twin

My brother Jonathan, or, Don't you ever be born a twin

My brother Jonathan, or, Don't you ever be born a twin

Remember I'm your brother and your friend

Remember I'm your brother and your friend

Remember I'm your brother and your friend

Remember I'm your brother and your friend

Remember I'm your brother and your friend

Remember I'm your brother and your friend

[Prince Sebekhetep, ... and his wife Ady, presumably the brother and sister-in-law of Renni, seated before a table of offerings.]