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'Alî explains to a group of men the truth about Muhammad's alleged debt.

The body of Firdausî carried to the grave by four men.

Three problems with no men shown on board; catchword.

Fourth vision: beast from the sea and the two-horned beast from the earth who gives the scepter to the first beast; men and women worship the first beast. (Apoc. 13:11-12)

Fifth vision: an angel announces judgment to men of many categories of life; another angel points to the city of Babylon falling to pieces.

Sixth vision: as an angel pours the seventh vial into the air, a voice from the temple announces the end of time; cities split into parts and huge hailstones rain down on men. (Apoc. 16:17-21)

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.

Rubric and full-page miniature of men with their hands and feet being cut off.

Text with placemarkers and rubric. Miniature of men drinking.

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

Text with placemarkers, rubric, and large red initial; half-page miniature showing men pulling down tents. Coats of arms.

Text with rubric and placemarkers. Miniature of men killing giants.

Text with placemarkers, rubrics, large red initial and border design. Miniature spread across two pages, including Moses and men pitching tents.

Text with rubric and placemarkers. Miniature in one column of three men.

Miniature across two pages showing Moses breaking the tablets of the law; men worshiping the golden calf.

Miniature showing 1. Epicharis being racked by two men as Nero and Proculus watch; 2. two men standing at the feet of dead Epicharis, her arms still over her head. Initial, border design.

Miniature of Sulpicia on the steps of an open gothic temple, applauded by a crowd of women and men. The golden statue of Venus Verticordia, holding a lance, is visible in the apse behind her. Initial, rubric, border design.

Miniature showing 1. Hypermnestra in a prison cell; 2. Linus and three men murder Danaus; 3. Hypermnestra's sister murders her husband in bed. Cathedral town and clock tower in background. Initial, border design.

Miniature showing torture chamber. Leaena is shown lying on a table, bound by feet and wrists to cords drawn through rings on walls. Attendents rack her, two cowled men stand apart. She spits her tongue at one of them. Initial, border design.

Miniature showing 1. Minerva observing two men weaving; 2. chapel to Minerva with statue of her in full armor with winged helmet, with a lance and a shield showing the head of Medusa. An owl perched at her feet. Initial, rubric, border design.

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 Claudia Quinta hauling a rope attached to a golden ship that carries the marble statue of a goddess. A group of men and women watch from across the harbor. Initial and border design.

Miniature showing 1. Hypsipyle enthroned in public square, before her husband's supposed pyre, with armed women slaying men; 2. Hypsipyle sold to pirates by Lycurgus; 3. Hypsipyle and Lycurgus on boats. Initial and border design.

Miniature showing 1. Arachne at her loom, surrounded by men, with scene of lovers on tapestry and female figure on bare warp threads; 2. Arachne hung by a rope in a bare gray chamber, arms akimbo. Initial, rubric, border design.

Two men fighting

55 CE: An Egyptian false prophet, having set himself up as tyrant, leads his 30,000 followers into a battle with the Romans in Jerusalem. Most of his men are killed or taken prisoner.

57 BCE: Alexander, son of Aristobulus, fights the combined forces of Gabinius (proconsul of Syria), Mark Anthony, and a Jewish contingent loyal to Antipater II. In the battle, three thousand of Alexander's men are killed and three thousand taken prisoner.

The men's bath

Mount al-Raqîm, where the Cave of the Seven Sleepers is located. Three men gaze at three sleeping men.

The staff of Mûsâ (Moses) is turned into a dragon that devours pharaoh's men.

Battle between men and centaurs

Van d'eylanden Bermudes, Berbados, St. Christoffel, en d'ander Caribische eylanden

[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.]

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

Cunicularii, or the Wise Men of Godliman in Consultation

Man & woman of St. John's in their best habits; Man and woman of the Island of St. John.

Way of catching fish by boards japanned with white varnish, which the fish mistaking by moonlight for water, leap on and are taken; Way of taking wild ducks by men going into the water with their heads in the shells of large gourds, with holes to see and breath through.

Habit of a German officer in 1588. Officier Allemand.

Louis XIII, King of France. Louis XIII, Roy de France.

Habit of a Georgian in 1768. Georgien.

Habits of English gentlemen in the years 1735 (a) 1745 (b) 1755 (c). Habillement des gentilshommes Anglois en 1735 etc.

Habit of a Delaware Indian with his tomohawk scalping knife. Indien de la Riviere Delaware arme de la hache a du couteau pur lever sa chevelure.

Habit of a German nobleman in 1577. Noble Allemand.

Habit of a Dutch soldier in 1588. Soldat Hollandois.

Habit of the governor of the Low Countries for the King of Spain in 1576. Governeur pour le Roy d'Espagne dans les Pays Bas.

Habit of a nobleman of Rome. Ancien noble Romain.

Habit of an English nobleman in 1577. Noble Anglais.

Habit of an English gentleman in 1588. Gentilhomme Anglois.

Habit of a gentleman of Persia in 1568. Gentilhomme Persan.

Habit of a Spanish gentleman in 1626. Gentilhomme Espagnol.

Habit of an Armenian native of Persia in 1700. Armenian natif de Perse.

Habit of a wealthy merchant of London in 1588. Riche marchand de Londres.

Habit of a commander of a corps of the Strelitz in 1764. Commandant du corps de Strelits.

Habit of the ambassador from Persia to the Port. Ambassadeur de perse.

Habit of the grand seignior in 1749. Le grand seignior.

Habit of the master of ceremonies to the grand seignor in 1700. Maitre de ceremonies du grand seigneur.

Habit of an ambassador from the great Mogul. Ambassadeur du Mogol.

Habit of the iman of the great mosque in 1749. Iman de la grande mosquee.

Habit of a Turkish standardbearer, in 1749. Porte-Enseigne Turc.

Habit of a Spaniard of Montevideo in South America in 1764. Espagnol de Montevideo.

Habit of an Italian gentleman in 1626. Gentilhomme d'Italie.

Habit of a mandarin of war in Chinese Tartary in 1700. Mandarin de guerre de la Tartarie Chinoise.

Habit of an Eskimaux[sic] Indian of Labrador in 1766. Eskimau du Labrador.

Habit of the Duke of Burgundy in 1700. Le Duc de Bourgogne.

Emperor of China in his robes, in 1700. L'empereur de la Chine.

Habit of an East Indian in 1581. Habitant des Indes Orientales.

Habit of Cunne Shote a Cherokee Chief. Cunne Shote Chèf des Chiroquois.

Olivier De Clisson, constable of France. Olivier de Clisson Connéable de France.

Habit of a nobleman of the United Provinces in 1588. Noble des Provinces-Unies.

Habit of a Moor of Arabia. Maure d'Arabie.

Habit of an East Indian in [sic] Habitant des Indes Orientales.

Habit of a French nobleman in 1660. Gentilhomme François.

Habit of a crim Tartare, in 1700. Tartare de Crimee.

Habit of a Flemish gentleman in 1620. Gentilhomme Flamand.

A soldier of the Strelitz guards under arms. Soldat du corps des Strelits sous les armés.

Habit of a Tartar in Kasan subject to Russia in 1768. Tartare de Kasan.

Common dress of a monk of the order of St. Bazil. Moine de l'ordre de St. Bazill en robe simple.

Habit of a Russian merchant in 1577. Marchand Russe.

Habit of a Spaniard of Montevideo in South America in 1764. Espagnol de Montevideo.

Habit of a Spanish gentleman. Espagnol.

The habit of Allaverdy Cann, grandfather and predecessor to Suraja Dowla. Allaverdy Cann, ayeul et predecessor de Suraja Dowla.

Habit of a Spanish knight of the golden key in 1700. Gentilhomme Espagnol.

Habit of an English man in 1577. Anglois en 1577.

Habit of the Tartarian prince, in 1700. Prince Tartare.

Habit of a gentleman of Wallachia. Gentilhomme Valaque.

Habit of a Chinese mandarin of war in 1700. Mandarin de guerre de la Chine.

Habit of a country man of Livona in 1700. Paysan de l'Ivonie.

Habit of an Ottawa an Indian Nation of North America. Indien de la Nation Ottawa dans L'Amerique septentrional.

Habit of a mountain Indian near Hudson's Bay. Sauvage des montagnes pres de la Baye d'Hudson.

Habit of a French knight in 1399. Comte Français.

Habit of a Moorish priest in 1695. Pretre de Maroc.

Habit of the Tchorbadgi or captain of the Janesaries, in 1700. Captaine des Janissaires.

Habit of the grand seignor's body guard, in 1749. Garde du grand seigneur.

Habit of the chief of the black eunuchs in 1749. Chef des eunuques noirs.

Habit of emir bashaw, in 1749. Emir-bachi.

Habit of the grand seignior's body guard in 1700. Corps de garde du grand Seigneur.

Habit of the grand vizier in 1749. Le grand vizir.

Habit of Nuremberg in 1577. Habillement des bourgeoise de Nuremberg.

Habit of Bohemia in 1577. Bohémien.

Habit of an Arabian soldier. Soldat Arabe.