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Muhammad and Abû Bakr on their camels meet a delegation that has come out from the city of Medina to greet them.

One of the newly converted Muslims of Medina urges a group of Jews of this city to convert.

Abû Hishâm and two friends from the city of Medina who have converted to Islam sit respectfully before the Prophet.

A Roman commander pays homage to Khusrau Parvîz in the city of Warigh.

Text with red and blue initials. Map with small drawing of city.

Text with red and blue initials. Map with small drawing of city.

Fifth vision: an angel announces judgment to men of many categories of life; another angel points to the city of Babylon falling to pieces.

Eighth vision: John watches as the new Jerusalem is sent by God from heaven; an angel has carried John to a mountain where he shows John the holy city. (Apoc. 21:1-11)

Eighth vision: as John watches, God in heaven sends a flowing river through the city of Jerusalem; John attempts to worship an angel who instead points to God. (Apoc. 22:1-9)

Rubrics and full-page miniature across two pages showing siege of a city and a king being hanged.

Full-page miniature showing rain of fire on a city.

Miniature showing 1. Pamphila and two servants or students gather cotton, with walled city in background; 2. Pamphila carding the cotton while the servants clean and wind it. Initial, rubric, border design.

Miniature showing a bloody slaughter inside a walled city, with Triaria prominent among the wounded warriors.

Miniature showing three elegant ladies (including Cloelia?) fleeing on horseback across the Tiber from a walled city. On the far side of the city, soldiers with canon prepare a siege. Initial, rubric, border design.

Miniature showing 1. Joanna in majesty, flanked by male figures; 2. Five corpses hanging from the gallows outside a walled city. A group of archers and soldiers approach the city. Initial (not painted onto gold field) and border design.

68 CE: Niger the Peraean, a Jewish officer, exhibits his wounds as evidence of his courage in the campaigns against the Romans. Nevertheless, he is dragged through the city by the Zealots and then murdered.

4 BCE: Varus, the Roman governor of Syria, marches to Jerusalem to quell the insurrection there. He is met by Joseph, cousin of Archelaus, outside the city.

68 CE: The priest Ananus monitors the sentries throughout the night, but the Zealots help the Idumaeans force their way into the city.

66 CE: Cestius, Roman governor of Syria, decides to enter the conflict with the Jews. He sends a detachment to Joppa (Jaffa), where his soldiers burn the city, killing 8,400.

67 CE: Josephus hurries from Tiberias to Jotapata in the Galilee. Vespasian lays siege to the fortress, ordering his archers to shoot down any Jews who show themselves on the walls of the city.

68 CE: The Idumaeans, unsatisfied by the slaughter at the gates, turn to looting and killing in the city.

67 CE: Vespasian burns the Galilean city of Gabara. So bitter is their memory of the defeat of Cestius that the Romans also burn all the surrounding villages and towns.

68 CE: The Idumaeans encamp before the walls of Jerusalem. During the night, a violent and torrential thunderstorm convulses the city, portending calamity.

70 CE: In his first skirmish after arriving in Jerusalem, Titus trounces the Jews, and the Romans fortify their encampment outside the city.

67 CE: After Jewish rebels of Scythopolis rout a group of Roman horsemen, the elders of the city beg Vespasian not to take vengeance on an entire people because of the madness of a few.

67 CE: Titus captures Gamala in a battle so fierce that the whole city is deluged with blood.

70 CE: Titus holds a war council with his officers. He decides to blockade Jerusalem by building a wall around the entire city, with every exit blocked and guarded. The wall, 4 1/2 miles long, is completed in only three days.

68 CE: Roman field commanders, learning of the internecine feuding in Jerusalem, urge Vespasian to march against the city.

The prophet Lût (Lot) talks with the angel Jibrâ'îl, with the destroyed city of Sodom in the background.

A view of the city of Boston the capital of New England in North America

City Prison

A portraiture of the city of Philadelphia in the province of Pennsylvania in America.

The city and harbour of CADIZ

The city of LIMA where the vice Roy of Peru is Resident

Perspective view of the cathedral, and city of Exeter, in the county of Devon.

City Tong-chew, 180 miles north west of Canton; Pilgrimage to a Chinese God twice a year, to implore a good crop & return thanks for it.

City of Nan-hyong-fû.

The island and city of Quiloa.

City of Diu.

The city of Pekin.

The city Quang-chew-fû, or Canton.

Nan-yang, a Chinese city on the River Kyang.

The city of Loango.

Floating village, artfully contrived of bambu canes twisted so close together that no moisture can penetrate, on which foundations they build their huts; City Pau-ing-hyen [Pay-hyen] with its wind mills.

The city Shau-chew, 100 miles north of Canton.

The city of Nan-kin.

[City of Charleston S. Carolina looking across Cooper's River]

A plan of the city and fortifications of Louisburg ; a plan of the city and harbour of Louisburg.

An east prospect of the city of Philadelphia.

City Hall, Albany.

An east prospect of the city of Philadelphia

Habit of a lady of the City of Milan. Dame de Milan.

Congress of the United States: At the Second Session, Begun and held at the City of New-York, on Monday the fourth of January, one thousand seven hundred and ninety. An Act for the Relief of John Stewart and John Davidson

Morning habit of a lady of the City of Pera in Natolia in 1568. Dame de Pera en deshabille.

A view of the city of Boston, the capital of New England, in North America.

Habit of a gentleman of the City of Milan. Gentilhomme de Milan.

Bourbon, Louis de. To the magistrates of the free city of Goslar

Bourbon, Louis de. To the magistrates of the free city of Goslar

A south prospect of the city of Oxford

A view of the city of Quebec, the capital of Canada ... = Vue de la ville du Québec, capitale du Canada ....

Perspective view of the city of Bristol, in the counties of Somerset and Gloucester.

Perspective view of the City of Glasgow, in the county of Clydesdale.

Jersey City from Communipaw Cove

The park fountains & City Hall N.Y.

A view of the City of Quebec.

Perspective view of the castle and city of Edinburgh, with the towns of Leith, Burnt-Island, and Kinghorn.

A view of Fort George with the city of New-York from the S.W. 1740

Perspective view of the City of Oxford.

Perspective view of the city, and cathedral of Worcester.

A view of Cape Rouge or Carouge, nine miles above the City of Quebec on the north shore of the River St. Laurence.

A general view of the city of London, next the River Thames.

A view of the north west part of the City of Quebec, taken from St. Charles's River.

To the mayor recorder aldermen common council and freemen of Philadephia this plan of the improved part of the city....

Perspective view of His Majesty's land forces going in flat boats to take possession of the north gate of the city and Punto Castle [Havana, Cuba].

A plan of the city of New-York, reduced from actual survey

The City Hall in Wall Street, before the Revolution

A plan of the city of New-York and its environs to Greenwich on the north or Hudsons River.

A view of the House of Employment, Alms-House, Pennsylvania Hospital, and part of the city of Philadelphia.

A view of the city of Quebec, the capital of Canada, taken partly from Point des Peres, and partly on board the Vanguard Man of War, by Captain Hervey Smyth.

A view of the city of Boston the capital of New England, in North America = Vue de la ville du Boston, capitale de la Nouvelle Angleterre dans l'Amérique septentrionale.

The Right Honble. John Wilkes Esq. Lord Mayor of the City of London.

Old City Hall, Wall St., N.Y.

A plan of the city of New-York & its environs : to Greenwich, on the North or Hudsons River, and to Crown Point, on the East or Sound River, shewing the several streets, publick buildings, docks, fort & battery, with the true form & course of the commanding grounds, with and without the town : survey'd in the winter, 1775 [i.e. 1766]

George Town and City of Washington

A plan of the city of New-York & its environs : to Greenwich, on the North or Hudsons River, and to Crown Point, on the East or Sound River, shewing the several streets, publick buildings, docks, fort & battery, with the true form & course of the commanding grounds, with and without the town : survey'd in the winter, 1775 [i.e. 1766]

Letter to John F. Bacon, Clerk &c, Court room, City Hall, N. Y.

Letter to John F. Bacon, Clerk &c, Court room, City Hall, N. Y.

Letter to James Moore, Charles City

A plan of the city and environs of Philadelphia

A plan of the city and environs of Philadelphia

An east perspective view of the city of Philadelphia, in the province of Pensylvania, in North America; taken from the Jersey shore

The east prospect of the city of Philadelphia in the Province of Pennsylvania

A view of the city of Quebec, the capital of Canada, taken from the rock on Point Levi.

A view of the city of Boston, the capital of New England.

Plan of the city of Washington in the territory of Columbia : ceded by the states of Virginia and Maryland to the United States of America, and by them established as the seat of their government, after the year MDCCC

Plan of the city of Washington in the territory of Columbia

Plan of the city of Washington in the territory of Columbia....

Plan of the city of Washington.

Plan of the city of Washington

Plan of the city of Washington in the territory of Columbia : ceded by the states of Virginia and Maryland to the United States of America and by them established as the seat of their government after the year MDCCC

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