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Mukhayriq in discussion with five of his Jewish confederates proclaims his decision to help Muhammad in his wars.

Nufayl reads a letter from the Jews of Bayt al-Muqaddas (the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem) about Muhammad to his followers, who include five women.

Farîdûn, seated on his throne, surrounded by five courtiers.

Zahhak enthroned, surrounded by five courtiers.

Elaborate initial and border decoration. Fourth line of text and music are replaced by five lines of smaller text. This happens occasionally throughout, perhaps to save space.

Miniature showing 1. Sempronia displaying her skill in rhetoric before three noblemen who applaud her; 2. Sempronia dancing with five men in a village square at dusk, while a second woman plays a long wind instrument. Initial and 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.

66 CE: The Jews, seeing that Cestius is approaching Jerusalem, attack his troops at Gabao (Gibeon, five miles NW of Jerusalem). They kill 515 Romans; only 22 Jews are lost in battle.

69 CE: The emperor Vitellius, drunk and weighed down by an extravagant meal, is dragged through the crowd and butchered in the middle of Rome, after a reign of just eight months and five days.

Viscountesses, in number three; Viscounts, in number five; Chester herald, Somerset herald; countesses, in number twenty nine.

Five Muscovites (Three Seated)

The mountain of the five Horse-heads.

The Five Orders of Periwigs

The Five Orders of Perriwigs

Campanula pentagonia, perfoliata. [Five petaled bell blower]

New York bank note. Five shillings and four pence

The country twenty five miles round New York

New York bank note. Five shillings and four pence

The Country twenty five miles round New York

1. Labrus tesselatus, The wainscotted Wrasse; 2. Labrus quinquemaculatus,The five maculated Wrasse.

A map exhibiting the dark shadow of the moon over England and other parts of Europe, in the five great solar eclipses, of the years 1715, 1724, 1737, 1748 and 1764

Copy of a map attached to Govr. Colden's History of the Five Indian Natio[ns] : printed in London, A.D. MDCCXLVII.

Copy of a map attached to Govr. Colden's History of the Five Indian Nations.

Five Banded Dragon Lizard, Draco quinque-fasciata.

Map of the country twenty five miles round the city of New-York.

[Heads in hats: Five men in various styles; Woman in circlet with train; Man in armored head piece.]

Peremptory sale of a suburban residence with upwards of five acres of land together with 57 splendid building sites of nearly half an acre each in the village of Flatbush, Long Island . . .

Peremptory sale of a suburban residence with upwards of five acres of land together with 57 splendid building sites of nearly half an acre each in the village of Flatbush, Long Island . . .

Five canoes starting from Ilsand portage.

Five Points.

Niagara, five feet of frozen spray on arch in Prospect Park.

View from the top of the Five Cascades, looking down Haines Gorge.

View from the top of the Five Cascades, looking down Haines Gorge.

Five Cent Bank and Republican block.

On the Juniata. The five fair ladies.

[Five Points Mission]

Susquehannah [sic] Bridge, five miles above Harrisburgh [sic]. Length 7/8 mile.

Five canoes starting from Ilsand portage.

[Five Points Mission]

Balancing Rock. Garden of the Gods, located five miles from Colorado Springs.

The Punch Bowl. Five miles from Maniout House, Manitou, Col.

The Punch Bowl. Five miles from Maniout House, Manitou, Col.

Five Cent Bank and Republican block.

Five Cent Bank and Republican block.

Five Pound Island, Gloucester harbor.

[Five Cent Bank and Republican block.]

Residence of Gen'l Wm. J. Palmer, Glen Eyrie. Five miles from Colorado Springs.

Austin's Glen. (Natural monuments.) Five miles from Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Garden of the Gods. Five miles from Colorado Springs. (The Gateway, rocks 267 feet high, and Pike's Peak ten miles distant.)

Garden of the Gods. Five miles from Colorado Springs. (The Gateway, rocks 267 feet high, and Pike's Peak ten miles distant.)

The five falls, Cheyenne Canon, Colorado.

Cheyenne Canyon Mountain. Five miles south of Colorado Springs.

View from the top of the Five Cascades, looking down Haines Gorge.

Five Points.

Niagara, five feet of frozen spray on arch in Prospect Park.

Garden of the Gods. The Mushroom. Five miles from Colorado Springs, Colorado.

[Five Cent Bank and Republican block.]

Porter's lodge, at entrance. Five miles from Colorado Springs.

The five falls, Cheyenne Canon, Colorado.

Austin's Glen. (Natural monuments.) Five miles from Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Five Cent Bank and Republican block.

Porter's lodge, at entrance. Five miles from Colorado Springs.

Balancing Rock. Garden of the Gods, located five miles from Colorado Springs.

Glen Eyrie. Five miles from Colorado Springs. Echo Rock, 200 feet high.

Susquehannah [sic] Bridge, five miles above Harrisburgh [sic]. Length 7/8 mile.

On the Juniata. The five fair ladies.

View from the top of the Five Cascades, looking down Haines Gorge.

Residence of Gen'l Wm. J. Palmer, Glen Eyrie. Five miles from Colorado Springs.

Cheyenne Canyon Mountain. Five miles south of Colorado Springs.

Glen Eyrie. Five miles from Colorado Springs. Echo Rock, 200 feet high.

Garden of the Gods. The Mushroom. Five miles from Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Five Pound Island, Gloucester harbor.

The Five Points in 1859, view taken from the corner of Worth and Little Water St.

Map of the five cities of New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, Hoboken, & Hudson City.Prepared for Valentines Manualof the Corporation of the City of New York.

The Five Points in 1859 : crossing of Baxter (late Orange) Park (late Cross) and Worth (late Anthony) Sts. ; The Five Points in 1859 : view taken from the corner of Worth and Little Water St.

Map of the five cities of New York, Brooklyn, Jersey City, Hoboken, & Hudson City.Prepared for Valentines Manualof the Corporation of the City of New York.

Group of unidentified USSC personnel; three seated in front, five standing in rear.

Plan and section of mosque situated on the Mount of Olives, and details of five capitals.

Plan and section of mosque situated on the Mount of Olives, and details of five capitals.

The Five Points.

The Five Points.

Five Points.

Five Points.

The Five Points.

The Five Points.

Mo-a-pa-rit-ats, a tribe of Indians inhabiting the valley of the Mo-a-pa River, a tributary of the Rio Virgen, a tributary in Southern Nevada : five and three are eight.

Mo-a-pa-rit-ats, a tribe of Indians inhabiting the valley of the Mo-a-pa River, a tributary of the Rio Virgen, a tributary in Southern Nevada : five and three are eight.

View in the Five Points.

View in the Five Points.

[Cover page of Part 1 of the original edition issued in five parts in 1880-1881] The bronze ornaments of the palace gates of Balawat (Shalmaneser II, B.C. 859-825) edited, with an introduction by Samuel Birch ; with descriptions and translations by Theophilus G. Pinches.

Sur'ah, the ancient Zorah. The birthplace of Sampson. It is five miles south of Latrôn, on a conical hill on the north side of the Wâdy es Sur'ar (The valley of Sorek).

In the grove of cedars, Lebanon. The group of cedars occupies the top of a hill with five culminating points of various sizes. The rock on which the trees grow is white limestone, and the decaying spines, cones, and other matter have formed a dark-coloured soil. In the background rise the snow-covered peaks of Dahr el Kodîb; the highest point is ten thousand and fifty feet above the sea-level.

Medallion on the temple at Rûkhleh, outside the south wall, near the east corner; it is five feet in diameter. The upper part has been destroyed by gunpowder. The neighbouring village is inhabited by Druses

Convent of Mar Saba, from Brook Kedron, five hundred and ninety feet above the bottom of the ravine below

Jebel Sûna, from Sikket Syednâ Músa, "The path of our lord Moses." The path is very steep and difficult ; it reaches the basin at the back of Râs Sufsâfeh after a climb of one thousand five hundred feet.

Dr. Grewell's house. Five of the family held in the ruins but unhurt.

Dr. Grewell's house. Five of the family held in the ruins but unhurt.

Insurance Maps of the Borough of Queens, city of New York Volume Five. Published by the Sanborn Map Co. 11, Broadway, New York. 1903.

Insurance Maps of the Brooklyn city of New York Volume Five. Published by the Sanborn map co. 11, Broadway, New York. 1908.

Atlas of the city of New York, Volume Five, embracing the 23rd Ward, second edition, : from official records, private plans & actual surveys [title page]