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Waterfront in New Orleans. French market sidewalk scene. Louisiana

A scene similar to the one on f. 283, with Abû Jahl seated at the head of the assembly as it discusses the plan for killing Muhammad.

'Ayyâsh and Hishâm freed by al-Walîd ibn al-Mughayrah who unlocks their manacled hands, a large candle lighting the scene.

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

Page of text with placemarkers, rubric, large red initial. Scene shown in lower border.

Miniature showing 1. Venus enthroned as Queen of Cypriens, beneath a red canopy, surrounded by couples at play; 2. temple scene with worshippers and statue of goddess; 3. scene showing prostitues; 4. ships in harbor. Border design, initial and rubric.

Miniature of David, with scene of killing of Goliath in margin.

Miniature showing 1. warring factions of Romans and Palmirians represented by a joust scene; 2. procession into Rome, with Zenobia paraded before the emperor as a prisoner. Initial, rubric, 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.

Scene from market life ff. 48-49

The printer, Anthoine Vérard, kneeling center, presents his book to the king of France, Charles VIII (1492). Behind Vérard, Josephus (died circa 93 CE), holding a scroll with his name on it to identify him as the author, looks on approvingly. Behind Josephus, a scene of mayhem typical of The Jewish War plays itself out. In the foreground, a mounted King Charles enters Paris, and, center right, Charles's servants hold his horse while he receives the book from Vérard.

[Scene with offering.]

[Scene with sacred bull, sema-symbol, and the gods Haroeris and Thoth.]

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[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.]

[Pastoral scene]

Scene in a Painter's Room

[Country scene]

[Scene de ballet]

Marriage A-La-Mode (Plate III) [The Scene with the Quack]

Marriage A-La-Mode (Plate IV) [The Toilet Scene]

Marriage A-La-Mode. Plate IV. [The Toilet Scene]

Marriage A-La-Mode (Plate II) [The Breakfast Scene]

Marriage A-La-Mode (Plate III) [The Scene with the Quack]

Marriage A-La-Mode. Plate II. [The Breakfast Scene]

Marriage A-La-Mode. Plate III. [The Scene with the Quack]

Marriage A-La-Mode (Plate IV) [The Toilet Scene]

Opening of calendar, scene of seasonal activity.

[Farming scene]

No. 33. Scene of a Storm, with a Vessel wrecked. The ruined Castle, and its bold Situation on the Summit of a Rock, are finely conceived

Hunting scene, leopard attacking one of two elephants, howdahs, mahouts

Hunting scene, rider on horse with white dog charging boar

Hunting scene, leopard attacking one of two elephants, howdahs, mahouts

Hunting scene, rider on horse with white dog charging boar

[Backstage scene]

Hunting scene, leopard attacking one of two elephants, howdahs, mahouts

Hunting scene, leopard attacking one of two elephants, howdahs, mahouts

Psyché, a scene from the ballet

The Indian Emperor, or The Conquest of Mexico, Act 4, Scene 4

The Indian Emperor, or The Conquest of Mexico, Act 4, Scene 4

Mitate gosho-guruma] = [Parody of an imperial carriage scene]

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

Scene of beheading.

Engraving of Miss O'Neill in the character of Belvidera in the stage production Venice Preserved, Act 3, Scene 1

Scene in a Hay Field at Rickmersworth

[Hunting scene (dogs ready to hounddown).]

[Scene of the hunters' life.]

[Manumission certificate for William Steward, mariner granted citizenship. Ship and dock scene at top.]

Beaupré dans le ballet de Paul et Virginie, act 2e, scene du miroir.

Rail-road scene, Little Falls (Valley of the Mohawk).

Scene in the East River

Serie di scene della tomba medesima, che figurativamente rappresentano le cerimonie del rituale praticato nell'approvazione e nella tumulazione del re defunto.

Serie di scene della tomba medesima, che figurativamente rappresentano le cerimonie del rituale praticato nell'approvazione e nella tumulazione del re defunto.

Serie di scene della tomba medesima, che figurativamente rappresentano le cerimonie del rituale praticato nell'approvazione e nella tumulazione del re defunto.

Serie di scene della tomba medesima, che figurativamente rappresentano le cerimonie del rituale praticato nell'approvazione e nella tumulazione del re defunto.

Fig. 1. Menphtah III offre fiori ad Amon-rê e Tamon [Neith]. Figg. 2, 3. Scene domestiche del re Ramses IV [Ramses III].

Serie di scene della tomba medesima, che figurativamente rappresentano le cerimonie del rituale praticato nell'approvazione e nella tumulazione del re defunto.

Scene relative alla morte di Osiride [Osiris], figurate nella sua camera funebre a Phile [Philae].

Figg. 1, 2. Altre scene domestiche del medesimo re. Comincia la rappresentazione della serie di sue conquiste a Medinet-Abu [Medinet Habu]: Fig. 3. Percote i popoli vinti dinnanzi a Phtah-Sokari [Ptah].

Baptising scene. Near the White Fort, Hudson River. New-York.

Portraits of Carlotta Grisi and M. Perrot: A scene in the ballet, called "Le rossignol," as performed at the King's Theatre

Portraits of Madame Vestris and Mr. Charles Mathews: A scene in the farce of "One hour; or, The carnival ball," as performed at the Olympic Theatre. (No. 1 of the Theatrical portraits.) T. Jones pinxit

Beautiful Scene of Head Work as viewed in Nassau by a gentleman and Lady [Woman combs insect from a child's head.]

Scene aus dem Kobold. Feenballet in zwei Abtheilungen und fünf Tableaux von Hrn. J. Perrot.

Beautiful Scene of Head Work as viewed in Nassau by a gentleman and Lady [Woman combs insect from a child's head.]

Spring. Burning fallen trees in a girdled clearing. Western scene.

Scene of the river Sutledge, near Pauk-Puttun in the Punjaub.

Scene on the Nile near Wady Dabod, with crocodiles.

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