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A Persian king who is a Zoroastrian and his young son, Salmân al-Fârisî, enter a fire temple administered by three priest, and learn that the sacred flame has been waning.

Nufayl reads a letter from the Jews of Bayt al-Muqaddas (the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem) about Muhammad to his followers, who include five women.

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)

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

Miniature showing 1. Faustina lying naked and smiling in bed, as an attendent rubs her down with blood; 2. Faustina, wearing crown, stands before Aurelius, a priest, and others; 3. Aurelius observing the construction of temple. 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. Mundus and Paulina embracing in bed in the temple of Isis; 2. Mundus reveals his identity at the temple gate; 3. a priest is stabbed and wounded as Tiberius, in emperor's mitre, looks on. Initial and border design.

Miniature showing workers constructing a gothic temple to Juno, featuring a golden statue of the goddess, and and showing worshippers kneeling before a statue of the goddess. Initial, rubric, border design.

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 showing 1. Isis inscribing book of laws amidst a group of farmers; 2. the apotheosis of Io and the goddess adored in her temple at Rome; 3. Io's ship with its sail furled. Initial, border design.

Miniature showing 1. Virginia exiting the temple of Pudicitia, expelled by a group of women; 2. Virginia directs three workman constructing tower of temple of Pudicitia. Stone cutter works on block of stone. Initial, border design.

4 BCE: Disciples of certain sages of Jerusalem tear down the image of a golden eagle, which Herod, in violation of Jewish law, had erected on the gate of the Temple.

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.

165 BCE: Judah Maccabee leads an insurgency against Antiochus IV and expels his troops from the temple precincts and citadel of Jerusalem.

70 CE: Romans soldiers are trapped in the Temple portico by a Jewish ruse. Longus, a young Roman, kills himself rather than damage his reputatation. The illustration, not of ""Longus"" but of a woman, is evidently intended as a generic depiction of suicide.

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.

70 CE: The Romans attempt to capture the Temple, but are driven back.

68 CE: The priest Ananus calls upon the citizens of Jerusalem to resist the Zealots, who have made the Temple their fortress.

66 CE: The pro-Roman party among the Jews, assisted by Herod Agrippa's reinforcements from Auranitis, Batanaea and Trachonitis, fight Jewish insurgents on the feast of Xylophory (wood-carrying), when it was customary to offer wood for the Temple altar.

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.

4 BCE: A riot erupts at the Temple during the Passover sacrifices. The crowd, bent on avenging the sages who were executed for the tearing down of the golden eagle from the Temple, battles with Archelaus's troops.

64 CE: Florus, tyrannical procurator of Judea, removes 70 talents from the Temple treasury on the pretext that Rome requires it. The indignant Jews heap abuse upon him. Here, Florus holds a tribunal to judge the Jews who have derided him.

63 BCE: As Pompey captures the Temple, many of the besieged fling themselves over the ramparts.

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

Presentation in the Temple

Presentation in the Temple

Le temple de la paix

The temple at Balbeck

Groundplot of the temple at Balbeck

Les dervichs dans leur Temple de Péra, achevant de tournir

Burning the rumps at Temple Bar

Burning the rumps at Temple Bar

Burning the rumps at Temple Bar

Temple of Quang-qua-myau covered with porcelain.

Temple of Konjansiam, held in great veneration by the Chinese.

Procession to the Temple of the Great Snake on crowning the King.

Temple images; A defender of his country; The Goddess of Tsin-tsin.

Temple images; Mi-ni-fo or Pleasure; The Great Kin-gang; Immortality.

Temple of Pau-lin-shi near Nankin; In this temple are at least 10,000 images all made of plaister, some 6 feet high, but most of them only one.

Satire Representing the Burning of the Temple of Ephesus, &c. [A Satire on Hogarth, by Paul Sandby]

Inner Temple

Sir John Temple British Consul Gen. to the U.S.

The Temple at Paris, now the Prison of Louis XVI

Franklin, William Temple. France. To J. Vaughan

Franklin, William Temple. France. To J. Vaughan

Franklin, William Temple. France. To J. Vaughan

Franklin, William Temple. France. To J. Vaughan

Franklin, William Temple. France. To J. Vaughan

Franklin, William Temple. France. To J. Vaughan

L'Isle Ell Heiff, anciennement Phile, vue du côté du midi, avec ses admirables antiquités. (a. Temple de l'Epervier, b. Dessein particulier du même temple, c. Entrée principale du temple d'Isis.)

Deux vues différentes des restes d'un temple antique à Dekke [el-Dakka], dans la Nubie, et qu'on applelle Ell Guraen.

Antiquités de Deboude, à dix lieuës au delà de la première cataracte du Nil. (a. Le temple, b. Trois portails au devant du temple.)

Deux coupes sur la longueur des superbes ruines du Temple d'Isis, sur l'isle Ell Heiff.

Musical procession of 3 men with instruments, leading towards large white temple on a hill

Plan et perspective de l'ancien temple de Garbe Dendour, dans la Nubie.

River festival procession of floating green barge with red temple, polers, musicians, aristocrats, attendants, and white temple in background

Musical procession of 3 men with instruments, leading towards large white temple on a hill

Temple and wall, with elephant and mahouts in the foreground

Temple and wall, with elephant and mahouts in the foreground

Festival procession, 4 carrying white temple on litter, and 2 musicians

Festival procession with idol inside white temple structure borne on litter by 8 men, robed attendants, musicians, men in animal costumes

Ancien Temple, au milieu de la ville d'Essenay, et bien conservé, dans toutes ses parties, a l'exception du portail. L'éntre deux des colonnes (a) a été rempli, par les Arabes, d'une muraille, afin de pouvoir y enfermer leur bétail.

Vue de l'Isle Ell Heiff, telle qu'elle se présente, quand on sort du port de la prémiére cataracte. (a. Temple de l'Epervier, c. Entrée principale du Temple d'Isis, q. Fanal.)

Plan et perspective de l'ancien temple du Serpent Knuphis sur l'Isle Elephantine. (a. Espeçe d'un piedestal couvert d'inscriptions Greques, b. Souterrain).

Earl Temple.

Vue de la Vieille Aléxandrie (a. Obelisque, communément nommé, Aiguille de Cléopatre; b. Temple de César; c. Eglise de St. Marc; d. Eglises de St. George et de Ste. Cathérine).

Vue de ville d'Edfu, avec ses antiquités magnifiques, que les Arabes d'à présent ont converties en colombiers. (a. Entrée principale du Temple d'Apollon, b. Ruines du temple, c. Petits canaux, d. Dessein particulier du temple et de son portail.)

Plan des ruines rémarquables de Luxxor [Luxor]. (a. Deux obélisques, b. Deux statues colossales, c. Portail, d. Partie d'un portique, e. La grande colonade, f. Petite colonade, g. Avant-cour, h. Portique, i. Salon, k. Chambres, l. Temple couvert, m. Corridor, n. Galerie fermées, o. Vestibule, p. Portique, q. Vestibule, r. Digue des pierres de taille, s. Fondemens des ruines couvertes et incertaines.)

Festival procession, 4 carrying white temple on litter, and 2 musicians

Festival procession with idol inside white temple structure borne on litter by 8 men, robed attendants, musicians, men in animal costumes

Plan et coupe d'un Temple souterrein à Négropole, à côté, du Port vieux d'Aléxandrie, et qui, selon toute apparence, aura servi de Catacombe, parceque tous les environs en sont remplis.

Plan et perspective du temple antique à Amada, dans la Nubie, fort remarquable par les peintures de la Trinité et des saints, qu'on y voit exprimées.

River festival procession of floating green barge with red temple, polers, musicians, aristocrats, attendants, and white temple in background

Deux coupes, au travers des ruines admirables du Temple d'Isis, sur l'Isle Ell Heiff.

Temple de Salomon.

Un simple prêtre, le grand prêtre ; Le camp d'Israel autour du Tabernacle ; Autel des holocaustes ; La table des pains de propositio[n] ; Le chandelier d'or ; L'arche d'alliance ; L'autel des parfums ; Lavoir du Temple de Salomon ; La mer d'Airain du Temple de Salomon ; Le parvis des holocaustes ; Tabernacle ; Le Tabernacle avec ses couvertures.

Temple de Salomon.

Plan du Temple de Jerusalem, bati depuis le captivité de Babilone.

Inner Temple Court.

Erment [Armant] (Hermonthis). Bas-relief astronomique sculpté au plafond du sanctuaire du temple [outline]; Thebes. Tableau astronomique peint au plafond de l'un des tombeaux des rois.

Île de Philæ. 1. Collection de vases coloriés, sculptés et peints dans le Grand Temple; 2-11. Détails de coeffures symboliques; 12.13.15.16. Sculptures du Grand Temple; 14. Bas-relief du temple de l'ouest.

Environs d'Esné [Isnâ] (Latopolis). Vue perspective du temple au nord d'Esné.

Qâou el-Kebyreh [Qau el-Kebir] (Antaeopolis). Vue du temple, prise du côté du sud-ouest.

Thèbes. Karnak. 1. Vue intérieure du Grand Temple du sud; 2. Coupe longitudinale du temple dépendant du palais.

Environs d'Esné [Isnâ] (Latopolis). Détails d'architecture et bas-reliefs du temple au nord d'Esné.

Edfou [Idfû] (Apollinopolis Magna). 1.2. Plan et coupe générale du Grand Temple; 3.4. Détails de constructions intérieures.

Denderah [Dandara] (Tentyris). Élévation détaillée de la partie postérieure du Grand Temple.

Île de Philæ. 1.2.3.4.11. Chapiteaux et corniche du portique du Grand Temple; 5.6. Corniches des deux pylônes; 7.8.9.10.12.13. Chapiteaux et corniche de la galerie de l'est.

Thèbes. Medynet-Abou [Medinet Habu]. Vue des propylées du temple et du pavillon, prise du côté du sud.

Edfou [Idfû] (Apollinopolis Magna). Frise sculptée sous la galerie nord, du Petit Temple.

Denderah [Dandara] (Tentyris). Vue perspective de la façade du portique du Grand Temple.

Denderah [Dandara] (Tentyris). Vue perspective de l'intérieur du portique du Grand Temple.

Île de Philæ. Détails des chapiteaux du temple de l'ouest.

Île de Philæ. 1-4. Sculptures du portique du Grand Temple; 5-7. Élévation, coupe et plans d'un monolithe du même temple.

Edfou [Idfû] (Apollinopolis Magna). Vue perspective du pylône et de la cour du Grand Temple.

Thèbes. Medynet-Abou [Medinet Habu]. 1. Bas-relief sculpté sur la face extérieure du palais exposée au nord; 2. Bas-relief de la galerie-sud du péristyle du palais; 3.4. Fragmens trouvé sous le premier pylône des propylées du temple.

Thèbes. Karnak. Plans élévation coupes et détails du petit temple du sud.

Île de Philæ. Vue perspective du temple de l'ouest et de plusieurs autres édifices.

Edfou [Idfû] (Apollinopolis Magna). Détails d'architecture du Grand Temple.

Thèbes. Karnak. Coupe transversale du petit temple du sud.