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A Jewish leader holds up the gown of the Jewish prophet Yahyâ (John the Baptist) on which the Muslim declaration of faith (shahâdah) has miraculously appeared; when it was cut out, it appeared a second time.

A Jewish leader holds up the gown of the Jewish prophet Yahyâ (John the Baptist) on which the Muslim declaration of faith (shahâdah) has miraculously appeared; when it was cut out, it appeared a second time.

Opening of John with elaborate initial showing eagle. Smaller initials, placemarkers.

At the opening of Apocalypse, historiated initial by Hand I of John, as if asleep in his vision of Christ with the two-edged sword in his mouth. Note in blue ink for locating prologue.

Gospel of John

Gospel of John

Gospel of John

Gospel of John

Suffrage of St. John the Baptist.

John 14, penwork initial

Miniature of John the Evangelist, 3-line blue initial, border design. Main hand (hand 1).

Opening of main text, miniature of John the Evangelist, border design, 3-line initial, rubric.

St. John

Miniature of John the Evangelist. 3-line blue initial, rubric, and full border with animals and grotesque.

Explicit of Gospel of John; beginning of prologue for Gospel of Matthew.

Page of text in hand 2; initials, rubrics, placemarkers. Woodcuts of John the Baptist, a soul rescued from Hell, and Mary and all the saints.

Sixth vision: John sees birds feeding on the vanquished and the battle between the armies of the beast and those of the White Rider. (Apoc. 19:17-18)

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.

Sixth vision: John sees seven angels with the seven plagues in jars, and seven angels holdings harps, and standing on a sea of glass shot through with fire.

Full-page miniature showing John before the provost, and en route to Rome. Text, with red placemarkers.

Eighth vision: John returns from travels; John changes sticks and stones into gold and jewels; John destroyes the temple of Diana.

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)

Eighth vision: Christ tells John that he is Alpha and Omega; John returns to Ephesus; the raising of Drusiana. (Apoc. 22:13-21)

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.

St. John and the snaky chalice; John consecrating the host at the celebration of mass; and John rising from a tomb full of manna.

First vision: John writes his text while on the island of Patmos; the Son of Man, with sword in his mouth, amongst the seven candlesticks; angels with the seven churches.

Sixth vision: John witnesses the defeat of the beast and the false prophet who are thrown into hell, where the birds feed on them; an angel, with key and chain, locks the beast in prison for a thousand years. (Apoc. 19:20-21)

Eighth vision: John writes on a scroll of the wedding feast of the Lamb; John at the feet of the angel; the Rider on a white horse, with a sword issuing from his mouth at the head of the armies of heaven; the Rider in the winepress. (Apoc. 19:9-16)

Eighth vision: John hears the vast throng shouting; Christ in Majesty with four beasts, angels and elders; wedding feast laid out on a table, on which the Lamb stands. (Apoc. 19:1-8)

Sixth vision: an angel shows John the great harlot; John, depicted as if a small child carried by the angel, sees the bedizened harlot mounted on the beast with seven heads and ten horns. (Apoc. 17:1-4)

Third vision: John sees the third and fourth rider, each on a differently colored horse; the fourth issues forth from a hellmouth.

Miniature of John the Baptist and seemingly different style of border decoration. Text in gold.

Opening of main text with miniature of John the Evangelist and border decoration with grotesque and animal, initial, rubric, linefiller.

Opening of main text, miniature of John Evangelist. Initial, border design.

John Hus is burnt at the stake July 6, 1415, and his ashes are cast into the Rhine ff. 138-139

Miniature of John the Evangelist, 3-line initial, border with grotesques and coat of arms.

Miniature of John the Evangelist on Patmos, with the eagle holding the saint's pen case; line fillers on last two text lines to justify the right margin of text.

Small miniature of John the Evangelist, 2-line initial, rubric, linefiller, yellow daubs as placemarkers.

70 CE: The rival factions of Simon son of Gioras and John of Giscala forget their mutual hatred and unite in battle against the Romans.

70 CE: The parties of both John of Giscala and Simon son of Gioras set fire to buildings stocked with provisions, exacerbating the famine that besets Jerusalem.

68 CE: The citizens of Giscala welcome Titus and tell him of John's treachery. With the capture of Giscala, the Galilee is now wholly subdued by the Romans.

68 CE: The Zealots, incited by John of Giscala, ask the Idumaeans to join the battle in Jerusalem. Jesus, the priest next in seniority to Ananus, addresses the Idumaeans from the tower of Jerusalem, in an attempt to dissuade them from joining the Zealots.

67 CE: The Jewish intriguer John of Giscala accuses Josephus of betraying his country to the Romans and of misappropriating booty stolen from the Roman overseer Ptolemy. Incited by John, the mob attempts to set fire to Josephus's house. Josephus, covered in dirt and his clothing ripped, defends his actions.

68 CE: John of Giscala swears to Ananus that he will be loyal to the people and will not betray them to the Zealots.

67 CE: Hearing of an impending revolt in Tiberias, Josephus reaches the town at daybreak and attempts to address the assembled Tiberians. John of Giscala sends soldiers to kill him, but Josephus flees to the lakeshore and, jumping into a boat moored there, makes his escape.

67 CE: The intriguer John son of Levi (John of Giscala) incites a rebellion in the town of Giscala in the Upper Galilee. After persuading Titus not to attack the town on the Sabbath, John flees at nightfall from Giscala to Jerusalem with some of his followers.

70 CE: Feuding breaks out again in Jerusalem amongst three factions: followers of Eleazar son of Simon (the Zealots); John of Giscala; and Simon son of Gioras.

68 CE: The Idumaeans decide to overthrow John of Giscala and invite Simon son of Gioras into Jerusalem to oppose him and the Zealots.

68 CE: Simon son of Gioras attacks John of Giscala and the Zealots, who are trapped within the Temple.

Miniature of Deposition, as Mary and John the Evangelist watch.

Opening of text with elaborate border. Border includes kneeling Dominican nun, the book's patron, before the Virgin and Child, with Sts.George and John the Evangelist; erased plaque in the upper margin may have held the nun's name.

Opening of text with elaborate border. Border includes kneeling Dominican nun, the book's patron, before the Virgin and Child, with Sts.George and John the Evangelist; erased plaque in the upper margin may have held the nun's name.

Russell, John

Russell, John

John the Evangelist on Patmos.

Title and miniature of St. John the Evangelist, both with elaborate framing including human figures. Opening of text. 1-line gold and blue initials.

Opening of gospel of John, with title and miniature of John in elaborate borders.

Title and miniature of St. John the Evangelist, both with elaborate framing including human figures. Opening of text. 1-line gold and blue initials.

Opening of gospel of John, with title and miniature of John in elaborate borders.

View of St. John's Chapel from the Park

John, Lord Somers

Landing at Jamestown ; The portraictuer of Captayne John Smith, admirall of New England.

John Pym, Esq.

King John.

Albemarle. To Captain John Kompthorne

Albemarle. To Captain John Kompthorne

The Right Revd. John Bishop of Baltimore.

A chart of the GOLD COAST in GUINEA from the River St. John to the River Volta

A new mapp of MAGELLAN STRAIGHTS discovered by Capt. John Narbourgh commander then of His Majesty's Ship Sweepstakes as he sayled through sade straights.

Nanfan, John. To Mr. Cossens

Nanfan, John. To Mr. Cossens

Mount Carmel 1. The great monastery of the Carmelites 2. Where Elias sacrificed 3. The river Kishon 4. The haven of St. John d'Acre 5. The town of St. Jon d'Acre 6. The river Belus

Annandale, [Marquess of]. [Scotland]. To John Johnson

Annandale, [Marquess of]. [Scotland]. To John Johnson

Annandale, [Marquess of]. [Scotland]. To John Johnson

Annandale, [Marquess of]. [Scotland]. To John Johnson

Lovelace, John. N. Y

Lovelace, John. N. Y

Johnston, John. Burlington

Johnston, John. Burlington

Johnston, John. New York

Johnston, John. New York

Morton, John. Print of his residence

Wilkes, John. Prince's Court

Morton, John. Print of his residence

Morton, John. [Chester Co., Pennsylvania] To Gentlemen

Wilkes, John. Prince's Court

Morton, John. [Chester Co., Pennsylvania] To Gentlemen

Colden, Cadwallader. N.Y. To [John Montgomerie]

Colden, Cadwallader. N.Y. To [John Montgomerie]

Montgomerie, John. N.Y

Montgomerie, John. N.Y

Barnaby Scuttlemouth, a traveling Savoyard and Cuckow John, his countryman

John Duke of Argyle and Greenwich.

De Peyster, John. Albany. To the Commissary or Commanding Officer at Oswego

De Peyster, John. Albany. To the Commissary or Commanding Officer at Oswego

Account of bills drawn by Mr. John Harvey on account of his presence of the Estate from Lataste

Release of the Brienne Estate from John Harvey to Sir George Amyand Baronet

Account of bills drawn by Mr. John Harvey on account of his presence of the Estate from Lataste