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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.

Three Christian monks attend a Muslim religious meeting.

As they continue their journey to Medina, Muhammad and Abû Bakr meet three women who convert to Islam.

Muhammad sits beneath the arcade of Ayyûb's house with three of the Companions and heals Ayyûb's blind mother, who kneels before him.

Rustam battles three Turanian soldiers.

Firdausî approaches the three poets of Shâh Mahmûd who sit reading while servants prepare meat on a spit behind them.

The three sons of Farîdûn.

Three mounted officers 1734

[Page from Xanten Bible with three columns of text]

[Page from Xanten Bible with three columns of text.]

[Page from Xanten Bible with three columns of text]

End of main hand; three note hands. Signature of Catesby.

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

Text with three charts in gold, blue, and other colors. Red and blue initials, rubrics.

Text with red and blue initials. Three charts.

Three problems with only black pieces shown on charts.

Three problems with end of explanations in main hand.

Three problems with no men shown on board; catchword.

Three problems with black pieces shown on board.

Opening of text. Three problems, all solved, with both white and black pieces shown.

Three problems with later hands and numbering, drawing.

Text with placemarkers and rubric; half-page miniature showing king with three women.

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

Miniature showing Marcia before an easel, painting her self-portrait. A small mirror reflects the image of her face. In background, two painted portraits and three sculptures of female figures. Initial and border design.

Miniature showing 1. Athaliah, crowned, extends her hands to 2 youths being slain; 2. coronation of Jehoash by two bishops; 3. three citizens observe over a wall; 4. the body of Athaliah is dragged from castle gate by her hair. Initial, 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 Roman archers surrounding and attacking the palace chamber where Mithridates, Hypsicratea, and three others are drinking poison from chalices and falling to the ground. 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 farmers driving cattle and harvesting grain. Ceres, accompanied by three ladies, approaches. In the background, worshippers pray to statue of the goddess. Initial, border design.

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. 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.

Miniature showing the Cumean Sibyl (Amalthea) as she presents the last three sibylline books to Tarquin, King of Rome, seated on a throne, offering a gold ball to the Sibyl in exchange for the books. Initial, border design.

Miniature showing 1. Semiamira as a prostitute; 2. Semiamira in the Senate at the side of her son, the emperor Antonius; 3. Semiamira with three kneeling ladies; Semiamira and Antonius murdered. Initial and border design.

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.

67 CE: Three Roman soldiers undermine the tower of Gamala and cause it to collapse. Confounded by the crash, the inhabitants of the town take flight.

70 CE: Titus holds a war council with his officers. He decides to blockade Jerusalem by building a wall around the entire city, with every exit blocked and guarded. The wall, 4 1/2 miles long, is completed in only three days.

70 CE: Feuding breaks out again in Jerusalem amongst three factions: followers of Eleazar son of Simon (the Zealots); John of Giscala; and Simon son of Gioras.

10 BCE: Herod is implored not to punish his son, Alexander, who has been denounced as a traitor by Herod's three eunuchs. A woman suppliant is depicted, but, according to Josephus's text, the suppliant is actually Archelaus, king of Cappadocia, whose daughter was married to Alexander.

67 CE: The Romans prepare to besiege Gamala, a fortress east of Lake Tiberias. They apply battering-rams at three points and break through the wall.

Three Trombonists

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

Three Musicians Playing Crumhorns

The town of Three Rivers

[Three masked performers with sea monsters]

Earles, in number thirty three; Lancaster herald, Richmond herald.

Viscountesses, in number three; Viscounts, in number five; Chester herald, Somerset herald; countesses, in number twenty nine.

Opening of text. Full illuminated border. Rubric and gold lettering. Large gold initial on illuminated field. Three lines of music and text.

The three rivers (River St. Lawrence)

Five Muscovites (Three Seated)

Habit of a bashaw of three tails, in 1749. Bacha a trois queiis.

Helleborus niger trifoliatus = Elleboro trifolio = L'Hellebore noir. [Stinking hell-wore, three leaved]

The town of Three Rivers

New Hampshire. Three pound bank note

New Hampshire. Three pound bank note

Three men on river structures with ladders and levers

Man and seated woman in front of three small buildings

Three men on river structures with ladders and levers

Man and seated woman in front of three small buildings

Clarke, Thomas. Three Rivers

Clarke, Thomas. Three Rivers

Standing on one, two & three horses in full speed

Tôji san bijin] = [Three beauties of the present day]

Pyrus communis = Poirier commun. [Three pears]

In those three females....

Three Graces; or The three Bums of the Op!ra

Three Grecian heads

[Mounted hunter with three hounds running behind.]

The three great men of the village cannot do as they like.

Stone tower with three floors.

Columbines in the Three Fishermen at the Surrey Theatre

Three Streaked Tiliqua, Tiliqua trivittata.

Three Banded Box Terrapin, Cistuda trifasciata.

1. Three Banded Pterapon, Pterapon trivittatus; 2. Clouded Bedula, Bedula nebulosus; 3. Dr. Hamilton's Bedula, Bedula Hamiltonii.

Belge [Two Military officers riding horses and three on foot.]

Illustration of a French parlor in which a small black child is riding on the back of the Duke of Orleans while three women look on.

Ice house [Three men at table drinking and smoking.]

Ice house [Three men at table drinking and smoking.]

Fig. 1-4. Southern fronts of the three (4th, 5th and 6th) pyramids, and the Third Pyramid, in the distance.

Title page. Part 2. The Second and Third pyramids, the three smaller to the southward of the Third, and the three to the eastward of the Great Pyramid.

Three men behind a balustrad.

[A seated man; Two figures and a sheep; Mother and child; Three figures, half length.]

Three figures (back view), Ognissanti.

The three graces

The three graces

Three women in hats with trains viewed half length, a fourth figure partially sketched.

Three young men in tights and caps, wearing a smock, jacket, and cape, respectively; two with knives in sheaths belted at their waists.

Man in green tunic with tassels about the neck line, three figures in background, Ghirlandaio.

Pantheon. 1. Probably three characters of the goddess Toses; 2. Hoh?3. (Another god).

Three pictures of the First Methodist Episcopal Church. The first . . . founded A.D. 1768, dedicated by the Revd. Philip Embury.; The second church rebuilt 1817. Dedicated by the Revds. Nathan Bangs, D.D., St. Merwin and Bishop Soule, and the third church rebuilt A.D. 1841. Dedicated by Bishop Hedding. Also, the old rigging loft as it now stands 120 William St. 1844. Formerly Cart and Horse Street. Names of the first board of trustess and those of 1844 and 1847

The three Graces

The three graces

Sheet containing the autographs of Charles Dickens, G. H. Lewes, Mark Lemon, Frederick Dickens and others]. Said to be a leaf from the register of Day's hotel, Birmingham. Three of the autographs dated June 7, 1848 [1848 June 7]

Sheet containing the autographs of Charles Dickens, G. H. Lewes, Mark Lemon, Frederick Dickens and others]. Said to be a leaf from the register of Day's hotel, Birmingham. Three of the autographs dated June 7, 1848 [1848 June 7]

Sheet containing the autographs of Charles Dickens, G. H. Lewes, Mark Lemon, Frederick Dickens and others]. Said to be a leaf from the register of Day's hotel, Birmingham. Three of the autographs dated June 7, 1848 [1848 June 7]

Sheet containing the autographs of Charles Dickens, G. H. Lewes, Mark Lemon, Frederick Dickens and others]. Said to be a leaf from the register of Day's hotel, Birmingham. Three of the autographs dated June 7, 1848 [1848 June 7]

Sheet containing the autographs of Charles Dickens, G. H. Lewes, Mark Lemon, Frederick Dickens and others]. Said to be a leaf from the register of Day's hotel, Birmingham. Three of the autographs dated June 7, 1848 [1848 June 7]

Map of the country thirty three miles around the city of New York

King seated on his throne, within the walls of a captured city, including three houses and seven tents. [Quyunjik]

[Three flower-faced dancers]

Large group, three figures wearing masks, two figures in center drinking from small cups.