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Surâqah ibn Mâlik comes to kill Muhammad but his horse is stuck in the ground and refuses to approach the victim.

Miniature of Annunciation against a tessellated ground.

Miniature showing Roman archers surrounding and attacking the palace chamber where Mithridates, Hypsicratea, and three others are drinking poison from chalices and falling to the ground. Initial, rubric, border design.

Miniature showing Pope Joan, who has just given birth to an infant during a Church procession. The infant lies on the ground and Joan kneels before it, arms raised in praise. Two cardinals, priest, and crowd observe. Initial, rubric, border design.

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).

Initial on a gold ground; foliate border.

[Plate. Top scene is group of men pointing out their shadows on the ground; bottom scene is artist using lamp to project shadows onto a wall.]

A ground plott of Westminster Hall, shewing the position and dimensions of the severall tables, seats, cupboards, galleries &c on the day of their Majesties coronation. 23 Apr. 1685.

The ground plot of the Collegiate Church of St. Peter in Westminster with two profiles relating thereunto...23 Apr. 1685.

Man, at left. with bow and arrows seated on ground, handing beaver[?] to a woman, at right, standing. On banderole, over clouds: Nieu Amsterdam, al. New Yorck

Death, as a skeleton holding a scythe, rides a cart drawn by black oxen, with the dead strewn on the ground.

Caricature of Martin Luther as a wolf in monk's habit, with a small devil blowing evil thoughts into his ear. Dead sheep left and right on the ground.

Monmouth Battle Ground, N.J.

Saratoga, battle ground at Stillwater

Plan of the ground between Coenties Slip and White-hall Slip

3 men holding another man down to ground

Six servants standing around green palanquin on the ground

Seated male carpenter sawing a board, with tools on the ground

Seated male carpenter sawing a wood board, with tools on the ground

Seated male carpenter sawing a wood board, with tools on the ground

Seated male carpenter sawing a board, with tools on the ground

3 men holding another man down to ground

Six servants standing around green palanquin on the ground

View from ground appropriated for the Clinton monument

Megatherium Americanum [giant ground sloth].

[A family group walks through a gate. A man points while another rests on the ground.]

[Marketplace scenes. Men and women gather around baskets of fruit, or sacks. People rest on the ground.]]

[Women picking up cloth. Women laying or sitting on the ground.]]

[Men using rakes, pitchforks to move hay. Men sitting on the ground.]]

[Men pulling wheelbarrows, shoveling, using a pick ax, resting on the ground.]]

[Women sitting on the ground, women bending or kneeling.]]

[Men carrying basket, shovel, wood. Two men resting on the ground with a dog. Man feeds slop to pigs.] ]

[Men standing with a whip, basket, or bundle. Men sitting or laying, or kneeling on the ground.]]

[People gathered around cooking fires. People sitting on the ground.]]

[Men carrying baskets or bundles. Men resting on the ground. Men tying bundles.]]

[Women sitting on the ground, women gathering or kneeling.]]

[Woman fills a bucket with water. Man rests on haystack. Men sit on a rock. Woman holds baskets. People resting on the ground.]]

[[A man and two women gather firewood. A family group rests together on the ground.]]

[Men sitting on a fence or on the ground.]]

Sketch of pheasant, one flying and the other on the ground.

Map of 150 lots of ground situate in the eleventh ward of New York belonging to the estate of John Flack, decd.

Map of 285 sections of ground at Flatbush, L.I., opposite the residence of Dr. A. Vanderveer, on the turnpike

Ground plan of an Egyptian villa.

Fig. 1. Elevation of an Egyptian house, from the sculptures; Fig. 2. The supposed ground plan of the same.

Evening Grosbeak. 1. Male. 2. Female. 3. Young Male. (Ground Hemlok. Taxus canadensis.)

Blue-headed Ground Dove or Pigeon. 1. Male. 2. Females.

Towhe Ground Finch. 1. Male. 2. Female. (Common Blackberry.)

The battle ground at Trenton.

Black-headed Song-Grosbeak. 1. Males. 2. Female. 3. Young Male. (Ground Hemlok. Taxus canadensis.)

Rose-breasted Song Grosbeak. 1. Males. 2. Female. 3. Young Male. (Ground Hemlok. Taxus canadensis.)

Ground Dove. 1. 2. Males. 3. Female. 4. Young. (Wild Orange)

Caubul, from a burying ground on the mountain ridge, North-East of the city.

[Ground plan of the Casa Grande.]

Ground plan of Casa del Gobernador.

Map of the Marine Hospital ground, Staten Island

A map of the village of Williamsburgh, Kings County, N.Y. : showing each lot of ground in said village, as laid down on the assessment of the village, together with the assessment number of each lot

Ground plan of Nimroud [Calah].

The interior of a castle (a ground plan) and pavilion or tent.

View of the battle ground at Concord, Mass.

Saratoga, battle ground at Stillwater.

York Town battle ground.

Shawl from Delhi, the pattern worked on a cashmere ground.

Iron caps used as skewbacks to the ground arches in the New Custom House, New Orleans [plan and section].

Iron caps used as skewbacks to the ground arches in the New Custom House, New Orleans [plan and section].

Maps and Profiles of Ground for New Reservoir Situated Between 86th & 96th Streets and 5th & 7th Avenues. 1853.

United States Hotel Ground, Saratoga, N.Y.

Valley of the Ramapo between Turners and Greenwood Station, from the burying ground.

Gateway at the Genesee Camp Ground, Silver Lake.

[View towards Bay, Synagogue Emanuel in middle ground.]

Rustic steps, near the Play Ground, Central Park.

Speakers, audience at Old Orchard camp ground.

Yarmouth Camp ground.

Highland House, camp ground.

[Speakers and audience at Old Orchard camp ground.]

Monument in battle ground.

Our girls' Archery Ground in rear of Seminary.

Mining coal three miles under ground, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Pic nic ground, at Lloydsville on the Bells Gap R. R.

Old Moravian burying ground. (Summer.)

Pic nic ground, at Lloydsville on the Bells Gap R. R.

Pic nic ground, at Lloydsville on the Bells Gap R. R.

Pic nic ground, at Lloydsville on the Bells Gap R. R.

Ground swell.

Rome cottage, Trenton Camp Ground.

Pic nic ground, at Lloydsville on the Bells Gap R. R.

Old Moravian burying ground. [Bethlehem, Pa.]

Mining coal three miles under ground, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

New York University, from Washington Parade Ground.

Main entrance, Trenton Camp Ground.

View on Clinton Ave., camp ground.

View near the camp ground, Martha's Vineyard.

View on Clinton Ave., camp ground.

Ground swell.

Highland House, camp ground.

Clinton Ave. from Trinity Park, camp ground.

[Triumphal arch over road to the battle ground.]

[Logs in the banking ground.]

[View towards Bay, Synagogue Emanuel in middle ground.]

Triumphal arch over road to battle ground.

Ground swell.

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