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The angel Jibrîl delivers a message from God to Muhammad, ordering him to leave Mecca and go to Medina.

Muhammad, with God's help (symbolized by a colorful angel flying down from heaven) heals Umm Ma'badah's lame son.

God seated in the center, surrounded by a circular serpent biting its own tail as a symbol of the returning cycles of the year.

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)

Second vision: an angel shows John a vision of God in majesty, with symbols of the four evangelists, as the elders kneel in adoration.

Fourth vision: God seated in glory with angels to either side, proclaims salvation; the archangel Michael fights the 7-headed dragon as devils are hurled by other angels from the sky. (Apoc. 12:7-12)

Second vision: the Lamb of God surrounded by angels, and adored by the elders.

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)

Sixth vision: an angel pours out the second vial and the sea is filled with drowned men; an angel pours out the third vial turning the waters into blood; John listens as angels announce the judgment of God.

Seventh vision: a hellmouth containing the devil, the beast and the false prophet; God enthroned with open book judging all the dead, some of whom remain in hell, while others, with books around them, are listed in the roll of the living. (Apoc. 20:11-12)

Seventh vision: the first resurrection of those who had been beheaded for the sake of God; the judges seated on a throne; one thousand years later, the final defeat of Satan and the armies of Gog and Magog. (Apoc. 20:4-10)

Second vision: the Lamb of God surrounded by angels, and adored by the elders.

Fourth vision: people kneel before the beast from the sea; God watches as the beast from sea kills soldiers. (Apoc. 13:5)

Fourth vision: angels battle against the crowned beast from the sea; the beast, without crowns, blasphemes God for forty two months.

Full-page miniature of God creating flowers and plants.

Full-page miniature of God pointing out the apple tree to Adam and Eve.

Full-page miniature of God creating heaven and earth.

Full-page miniature showing God raining arrows of fire.

Rubric and full-page miniature showing God showering down bread.

Full-page miniature showing God and angles, and men feeding birds.

Full-page miniature of God creating Adam.

Full-page miniature of God creating animals.

Full-page miniature of God creating the stars.

Rubric and full-page miniature of God and Abraham.

Text with large initial, rubric and placemarkers. Miniature across two pages shows Moses and sheep, and God speaking from the burning bush.

Full-page miniature of God creating birds and fish.

Full-page miniature of God creating Eve from Adam.

Full-page miniature of Adam and Eve questioned by God.

Miniature of God, Evangelist symbols.

Medallions showing Creation of Adam and Eve; Adam, Eve, and Serpent; God questioning Adam and Eve.

70 CE: Titus sends Josephus to speak to the Jews in their own language and urge them to surrender: ""God is fled out of his sanctuary, and stands on the side of those against whom you fight.'

God Forbidding Adam and Eve to Eat from the Tree of Knowledge

The high and mightie Prince James by the grace of God King of England, Scotland, Fraunce and Ireland, defendor of the faith.

The high and mightie prince James by the grace of God king of England, Scotland, Fraunce and Ireland defendor of the faith.

A map of the Old World, as it appeared before God destroy'd it with the waters of the flood

The Right Reverend Father in God, Dr. Benjamin Hoadly, Lord Bishop of Winchester...

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.

Dress of the Grandees; King's wives of Whidah; King's favourite; Agoye, God of Councils.

The Most Reverend Father in God Dr. Thomas Herring, by divine Providence Archbishop of Canterbury, Primate and Metropolitan of all England.

George IIId. by the grace of God, King of Great Britain, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, Duke of Brunswick-Lunenburgh, Elector of Hanover, Arch Treasurer, and Prince of the Sacred Roman Empire.

George III, by the grace of God King of Great Britain.

Letter to Robert Cristie, God's Grace

Letter to Robert Cristie, God's Grace

Letter to Robert Cristie, God's Grace

Festival procession, Hanuman/green monkey god figure on litter, with 8 bearers, and 2 others leading, making offerings

Festival procession with Hanuman/green monkey god figure on litter, 8 bearers with shaved heads, attendants, and a crowd of onlookers making ofeerings

Festival procession, Hanuman/green monkey god figure on litter, with 8 bearers, and 2 others leading, making offerings

Festival procession with Hanuman/green monkey god figure on litter, 8 bearers with shaved heads, attendants, and a crowd of onlookers making ofeerings

Milton a Poem, To Justify the Ways of God to Men

Milton a Poem, To Justify the Ways of God to Men

Lepidoptères: 1. Cyreste Aeilie. God. (Nouvelle-Guinèe.); 2. La même vue en dessous; 3. Eubagis arthémon. (Brésil.); 4. Idéa durville. femelle. Boisd. (Nouvelle-Guinée.); 5. Dietys Agondas. male. Boisd. (Vanikoro.); 6. Hespérie feishtamel. Boisd. (Bourou.); 7. Tipulode ima. (Brésil.); 8. Tipulode négligée. Boisd. (Pérou.); 9. Lithosie bieolore. Boisd. (Nouvelle-Hollande.); 10. Ctimène xanthomélas. Boisd. (Port-Praslin.).

A sketch from God's description of the " Consequences of Emancipation." Isa.58

Pantheon. 1,2. Group of Pthah-Sokar-Osiris, with Isis & Nepthys [Nephthyd] & Athor? ; 3. Perhaps the god of the solar disc ... ; 4. Singular instance of a dog with the figure of a deceased person between its paws. Found by me [i.e. Wilkinson] in a tomb at Thebes.

The king running into the presence of the god. Memnonium.

Pantheon. 1. A character of Isis?; 2. (A god); 3. Nehimeou?

Pantheon. A form of Pthah; Toré; Frog headed God; Frog headed Goddess.

Pantheon. The god Nilus.

Pantheon. Ranpo, the god of War.

Pantheon. The god Nilus binding up the throne of the king with water plants, emblematic of his dominion over Upper & Lower Egypt.

1. Hor Hat & Thoth, pouring emblems of life & purity over king Amunoph 3rd; 2. A king, anointing the god Khem.

Pantheon. 1. Probably three characters of the goddess Toses; 2. Hoh?3. (Another god).

Behold what God hath wrought! Grand Canyon of Arizona, U. S. A.

Behold what God hath wrought! Grand Canyon of Arizona, U. S. A.

The approach to Philae. 'In the time of the Ptolemies visitors from all parts of Egypt, travellers from distant lands, court functionaries from Alexandria, came annually in crowds to pay their vows at the tomb of the god.'

A recollection of Sinai and the mountains of the pass of the wind. "On Horeb, with Elijah, let us lie/ Where all around, on mountain, sand, and sky,/ God's chariot-wheels have left distinctest trace." -- Keble.

Roadside café, Damascus. The man in the foreground is selling thin loaves of wheaten bread, slightly spread with butter and grape syrup and sprinkled with sessame seed. He calls out every now and then, in a plaintive voice, "God is the nourisher! Buy my bread!"

The high and mighty monarch Charles by the grace of God king of Great Brittaine, France and Ireland, defender of ye faith.

[Three black satin shoes. The third is the Jubliee Shoe, embroidered with the Royal Crown and initials V. R., with motto "God save the Queen." This shoe was designed in honor of Her Majesty's first Jubliee, 1887.]

A sad scene in ‘God’s Acre.’ A view of the Sandyville Cemetery up Stony Creek.

A sad scene in ‘God’s Acre.’ A view of the Sandyville Cemetery up Stony Creek.

A sad scene in ‘God’s Acre.’ A view of the Sandyville Cemetery up Stony Creek.

A sad scene in ‘God’s Acre.’ A view of the Sandyville Cemetery up Stony Creek.

A sad scene in ‘God’s Acre.’ A view of the Sandyville Cemetery up Stony Creek.

A sad scene in ‘God’s Acre.’ A view of the Sandyville Cemetery up Stony Creek.

Message of love

Message of love

Message of love

Message of love

Message of love

Message of love

For God and the King

Recessional

Recessional

For God and the King

Recessional

[Gemhes (?) (who is the god Horus) blesses the king Amenhetep III [Amenhotep III] (left side); The goddess Nekhebt faces the king, who offers her two bowls of the kind so often figured in the funeral offerings to Osiris (right side).]

Recessional

The bark of Ra, with its naos and curtain hiding the god, occupies the width of the plate. ...

For God and the King

For God and the King

Recessional

Recessional

On the left side Uazyt ... as the Vulture-goddess. [...] The king is also said to give life like Ra, ... seated on his throne, receiving offrings as a god. ...

For God and the King

For God and the King

Recessional

For God and the King

For God and the King

Recessional

All for a man who's God was gold