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Text with red and blue initials, map with small drawings of unlabelled cities.

Text with red and blue initials, map with small drawings of unlabelled cities.

Text with red and blue initials, rubrics, map with small drawings of cities.

Text (beginning of book three), map and miniature showing four winds.

Text with red and blue initials, map with small drawings of unlabelled cities.

Text with red and blue initials. Map with small drawings of unlabelled cities.

Text with red and blue initials. Map with small drawings of unlabelled cities.

Text with red and blue initials, rubrics, one chart showing map of the world.

Text with map filling blank spaces, small drawings of cities, including skyline of Cairo in lower right corner.

Text with red and blue initials, rubrics, map with small drawings of cities.

Text with red and blue initials, map.

Explicit, with map and red and blue initials.

Page of text with map and catchword.

Text with red and blue initials, rubrics, map with small drawings of cities, church.

Text with red and blue initials. Map with small drawings of cities.

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

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

Text with red and blue initials. Map stretching across both pages, with small drawings of cities.

Text with red and blue initials. Map.

Text with red and blue initials. Map.

Text with red and blue initials. Map.

Text with red and blue initials. Map with small drawings of cities, church.

Page of text with initials and map showing Troy and Rhodes? Note hand with cursive elements.

Text with red and blue initials. Map with small drawings of cities.

Text with red and blue initials. Map.

Text with red and blue initials. Map with small drawings of cities.

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.

Tenth map of Asia (India), with full gold border.

Sixth map of Asia (Arabian peninsula), in full gold border.

Sixth map of Europe (Italy, Corsica), in full gold border.

Map of Europe, Africa, the Mediterranean, and Asia. Personifications of the winds. Full gold border.

Eighth map of Europe, in full gold border.

Ninth map of Europe (the Balkans, northern Greece, the Dardanelles and Byzantium), in full gold border.

Eighth map of Asia, in full gold border.

Eleventh map of Asia (southeast Asia), in full gold border.

Seventh map of Asia (Caspian Sea and east),in full gold border.

Map of Europe, Africa, the Mediterranean, and Asia. Personifications of the winds. Full gold border.

Fourth map of Africa (Egypt and Sinai), in full gold border.

Seventh map of Europe (Sardinia and Sicily), in full gold border.

Third map of Africa (eastern Libya and Egypt), in full gold border.

First map of Europe (Britain and Ireland). Full gold border.

Fifth map of Europe (the Balkans), with gold border, commentary text in pink border with 4-line gold inital on pink and blue field.

Second map of Africa (Libya), in full gold border.

First map of Africa (Straits of Gibraltar, northwest Africa), in full gold border.

Fourth map of Europe (Germany) in gold border. Commentary text in brown border with gold rubrics and 4-line gold initial on blue and green field.

First map of Asia (Asia minor), in full gold border.

Fifth map of Asia, in full gold border.

Second map of Europe (Spain). Full gold border.

Fourth map of Asia (Middle east and Cyprus), in full gold border.

Second map of Asia (Byzantium and surrounding), in full gold border.

Second map of Asia (Byzantium and surrounding), in full gold border.

Ninth map of Asia, in full gold border. Commentary text in green border with gold rubrics, 4-line gold initial on pink, blue and green field.

Twelfth map of Asia, in full gold border.

Third map of Europe (France and Belgium). Full gold border. Commentary text in green border, with gold rubrics and 4-line gold initial on green, pink and blue field.

Second map of Asia (Byzantium and surrounding), in full gold border.

First map of Asia (Asia minor), in full gold border.

First map of Asia (Asia minor), in full gold border.

Map of Europe, Africa, the Mediterranean, and Asia. Personifications of the winds. Full gold border.

Third map of Asia (Caspian Sea and surrounding), in full gold border).

Tenth map of Europe (Mainland Greece and the islands), in full gold border.

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.

28 CE: Pilate has set up effigies of the emperor Tiberius throughout Jerusalem. The Jews implore him to remove the statues and offer their necks to the sword, saying that they would rather die than transgress their ancient law. 28 CE: The Jews are infuriated by Pilate's plan to use the assets of the Temple treasury for the construction of a fifty-mile aqueduct. They surround his entourage when he visits Jerusalem, but soldiers in plain clothes, planted in the crowd, cudgel some of the protesters to death.