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Muhammad, followed by Abû Bakr and 'Alî, goes to ask support of his uncle 'Abbâs at the 'Ukâz Fair and to invite the people to Islam.

Abû Hishâm and his friends discuss Muhammad and his new religion with the people of Quraysh.

The seventy-two Medinan Muslims tell the people of Quraysh that they want to take Muhammad to Medina.

Muhammad's wife 'Â'ishah gives her husband information on people with communicable diseases.

A scene similar to the one on f. 236v, but with the people now angrily questioning Muhammad and Abû Bakr.

The people of Medina take their leave of the Prophet.

Two of the first twelve people converted to Islam from Medina kiss the hands of the Prophet at Akaba.

Abû Jahl, Muhammad's most prominent opponent in Mecca, is angered at people of his tribe who will not listen to him.

Abû Jahl, his speech restored, again urges the people to abandon their belief in the Prophet, telling them that Muhammad is a sorcerer.

The young Siyâvush, son of Kay Kâ'ûs, on his way from Zâbulistân to his father's court with his army is showered with gold and ambergris by the people.

Iskandar marches through Hind (India) where the people of the cities open their gates to him.

Historiated initials, Hand II, of Joel talking to a group of people. Marginal note in blue ink directs reader to second prologue of Joel at the end, after Interpretations of Hebrew Names.

Fifth vision: the two-horned beast instructs people to worship the beast from the sea; those who refuse are slain.

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

Sixth vision: an angel pours out the fourth vial on the sun, causing it to burn the people; an angel pours the fifth vial on the throne of the beast, and people bite their tongues in agony.

Text with rubric, placemarkers and large red initial. Over two pages, a miniature of an angel killing people.

Text with rubrics and placemarkers. Miniature spread over two pages of a castle and angels killing people.

Miniature showing 1. Group of worshippers at statue of Latona. Niobe, dressed as a queen, stands apart, trying to sway people from their worship; 2. Niobe mourns over the corpses of her husband, Amphion, and her children. Initial, rubric, border design.

48 CE: Roman troops stand guard on the roof of the Temple portico to prevent rioting among the crowds assembled for Passover. One of the soldiers moons the Jews, and the infuriated crowd riots. 30,000 people are trampled to death in the ensuing violence.

9th cent. BCE: Legend of Elisha's Spring, a perpetually gushing spring near Jericho. The prophet Elisha repays the hospitality of the people of Jericho by providing them with a copious irrigating spring.

67 CE: After Jewish rebels of Scythopolis rout a group of Roman horsemen, the elders of the city beg Vespasian not to take vengeance on an entire people because of the madness of a few.

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

4 BCE: Archelaus goes to the Temple and addresses the people. He thanks them for the respect they showed at his father Herod's funeral, but says that he will not exercise authority until his right to succession is confirmed by the emperor of Rome.

America with those known parts in that unknowne worlde both people and manner of buildings

The generall historie of Virginia, New-England, and the Summer isles: with the names of the adventurers, planters, and governours from their first beginning ano: 1584. to this present 1626. With the proceedings of those severall colonies and the accidents that befell them in all their journyes and discoveries. Also the maps and descriptions of all those countryes, their commodities, people, government, customes, and religion yet knowne. Divided into sixe bookes. By Captaine Iohn Smith sometymes governour in those countryes & admirall of New England.

America with those known parts in that unknowne worlde both people and manner of buildings.

Barberous customs of the people of Panuco.

A new map of Gallia Cisalpina & Græcia Magna, shewing their chief divisions, people, cities, towns &c.

A new map of ancient Gaul or Gallia Transalpina, shewing the divisions thereof by Augustus Cæsar together with its principal people, cities, townes, rivers, mountains &c.

A new map of the north part of antient Africa shewing the chiefe people, cities, towns, rivers, mountains &c. in Mauritania, Numidia, Africa Propria, Libya Propria, and Egypt.

A new map of the western parts of Asia Minor, largely taken, shewing their ancient divisions, countries ot people, chief cities, towns, rivers, mountains &c.

A new map of Libya or old Africk shewing its general divisions, most remarkable countries or people, cities, towns, rivers, mountains &c.

A new map of the British Isles, shewing their ancient people, cities, and towns of note, in the time of the Romans.

A new map of ancient Germany, Rhætia, Vindelicia, and Noricum, shewing their principal people, tribes, cities, towns, rivers, mountains &c.

A new map of Sarmatia Europæa, Pannonia and Dacia, shewing their principal divisions, people, cities, towns, rivers, mountains &c.

Habits on the Gold Coast; [Dress of the people of Cape Lope Gonsalvo and Rio Gabon].

Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, ...

Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, ...

Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, ...

Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, ...

Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, ...

Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, ...

Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, ...

Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, ...

Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, ...

Trial scene; [?] thrree people kneel in front of man who reads from a paper.]

Cieco errante fra i sepolcri; Rovine di Hieraconpoli.

Locusta del deserto; Vecchio cieco; Ritratti diversi.

[People on a carriage watching dogs chasing a rabbit.]

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

[People lead a donkey carrying baskets. Men on a boat, one man steers with a poll. People feeding hay to a donkey.]]

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

[People gathered around a cooking fire. People sitting on a hilltop.]]

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

Marketplace scenes. People in groups with baskets of fruit, men on horseback.

People walking and carrying baskets or sacks. Family group resting in a field.

[Men lift a net from the water. A family group walks down a hill. People rest on a bench in a marketplace.]]

[Marketplace scenes. Men on horses, people selling baskets of fruit, women carrying baskets or sacks.]]

Marketplace scenes. People in groups holding baskets of fruit. People resting in a group. Women talking with baskets balanced on their heads.

1. Un Aveugle à travers des Tombeaux. 2. Ruines d'Hieraconpolis.

Jaggas People.

A subject people bringing tribute.

A subject people bringing tribute.

People drying tea over small brick-oven fires.

People working in tea field, houses to the right.

Rural landscape with house, mountains in background.

River and mountain scene with people loading flat boats from riverbank.

Two people crossing plank bridge over mountain waterfall and stream.

People working in tea field, woman with baskets at the house to the right.

People sorting tea in baskets.

Rural landscape, people watering tea field.

People making large woven boxes, mountains in background.

Country People, Corfu

[View of people in their backyards.]

[View of people in their backyards.]

[View of people in front of houses (some sitting under the tree).]

[Group of people relaxing outdoors, East Jaffrey, N.H.]

[People sitting and standing under chinese lanterns.]

Bathing Beach, Rye.

[People standing on a rocky shore.]

[View of large house with people and wagons in front.]

[People in fron of a cottage decorated with bunting.]

[People in front of cottages.]

[People posing on the porch of a cottage decorated with bunting.]

[Colorized view of two people in a boat on the pond.]

[View of people in the Union Chapel.]

[People camping in tents.]

Street view, Gorham, N.H.

People participating in Baptismal scene, Zion City, July 17, 1901.

Ossipee Mountains, from Center Harbor, N.H.

[People in front of a large house with fence.]

[Burros and people on San Francisco Street.]

[People promenading with baby carriages.]

[Group of people in the garden in front of their home.]

[Coachman holding the reins of horse with people in coach.]

[People on benches in a park.]

[View of a group of people at a lobster feed.]

[People on the beach and the plank walk.]

[Large group of people gathered in an unidentified interior.]

[People on the porch of a decorated cottage.]