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Rustam views Suhrâb's tomb.

St. John and the snaky chalice; John consecrating the host at the celebration of mass; and John rising from a tomb full of manna.

Miniature showing Pyramus and Thisbe conversing through a wall, their death by the fountain with the lion and the tomb of Ninus, and other scenes.

Tomb of David Provoost, Jones' Wood NY

The tomb of Nero.

Le tombeau de Voltaire, dédié à Madame la Marquise de Villette, Dame de Fernèy.

W[illia]m Hogarth's Tomb in Chiswick Church-yard Midd[lese]x

The tomb of Aaron Burr, Princeton, N.J.

The tomb of George Washington.

Harnett's tomb, Wilmington, N.C.

Gen. Robt. E. Lee at Grave of Stonewall Jackson, Portrait

Tomb of the Martyrs, Navy Yard Wall, Brooklyn ; Navy Yard Brooklyn.

Tomb of the Virgin Mary

Tomb in the Valley of Jehoshaphat

Tomb of Joseph of Arimathea

The Sepulchre of Absalom

Thèbes. Bybân el-Molouk [Bîbân al-Mulûk]. 1.2. Tableaux de la salle des harpes dans le 5-e tombeau des rois à l'est; 3-8. Peintures des tombeaux.

Thèbes. Bybân el-Molouk [Bîbân al-Mulûk]. 1. Tableau peint sur le fond de la salle des harpes dans le 5-e tombeau des rois à l'est; 2-4. Peintures de l'une des salles du même tombeau.

The tomb at the Hermitage.

Tomb of Jeremiah

Washington's sepulchre, Mount Vernon.

From the tomb of the kings at Thebes: discovered by G. Belzoni.

From the tombs of the kings at Thebes.

Section of the tomb of Samethis [Seti I] in Thebes. Discovered and opened by G. Belzoni, 1818. [Plan and colored section of the tomb].

Zodiak from the tomb of Psammis [Psammetichus] in Thebes.

From the tombs of the kings at Thebes, discovered by G. Belzoni.

From the tombs of kings at Thebes, discovered by G. Belzoni.

From the tomb of the kings at Thebes, discovered by G. Belzoni.

From the tombs of the kings at Thebes, discovered by G. Belzoni.

From the tombs of the kings at Thebes, discovered by G. Belzoni.

From the tombs of the kings at Thebes.

From the kings tombs in Thebes.

From the tombs of the kings at Thebes.

Stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. Discovered by the Earl of Belmore, 1818. Same size as the original.

Stone tablets found in a tomb at Thebes. 1818. In the collection of the Earl of Belmore. Same size as the originals.

Stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. Discovered by the Earl of Belmore, 1818. Height of the original 1 ft. 8 in., Breadth 4 ft. 2 in.

Stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. 1818. In the collection of the Earl of Belmore. Same size as the originals.

Stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. Discovered by the Earl of Belmore, 1818. The same size as the original.

A stone tablet, engraved on each side, found in a tomb at Thebes. 1818. In the collection of the Earl of Belmore. Same size as the original.

Two fragments of stone tablets found in a tomb at Thebes. Discovered by the Earl of Belmore, 1818. The same size as the originals.

Stone tablet or altar: an offering represented within a border of Hieroglyphics, found in a tomb at Thebes. Discovered by the Earl of Belmore, 1818. Same size as the original.

Stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. Discovered by the Earl of Belmore, 1818. Height of the original 2 ft. 3 in., breadth 1 ft. 8 1/2 in.

Wooden tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. Discovered by the Earl of Belmore, 1818. The same size as the original.

Stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. 1818. Same size as the original. In the collection of the Earl of Belmore.

Stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. 1818. Same size as the original. In the collection of the Earl of Belmore.

Stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. Discovered by the Earl of Belmore, 1818. Same size as the original.

A fragment and stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. 1818. In the collection of the Earl of Belmore. Same size as the original.

Stone sarcophagus taken out of tomb at Thebes by the Earl of Belmore, Feb. 1818.

Wooden tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. Discovered by the Earl of BElmore, 1818.

Hogarth's Tomb. In Chiswick Church-Yard, Middlesex.

A view of Cooke's tomb in Saint Paul's church yard New York.

Stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. Discovered by the Earl of Belmore, 1818. Height of the original 1 ft. 11 1/2 in., Length 4 ft. 5 in.

Stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes, 1818. Same size as original. In the collection of the Earl Belmore.

Stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. Discovered by the Earl of BElmore, 1818. Height of the original 1 ft. 10 1/2 in., bradth 1 ft. 5 in.

Stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. Discovered by the Earl of Belmore, 1818. Length of the original 2ft. 8 1/2 in., height 10 in.

Stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. 1818. In the collection of the Earl of Belmore. Height of the original, 2 ft. 3 in., breadth 1 ft. 8 1/2 in.

Plan de Ouadi Sabra ; Vue du tombeau du prophéte Aaron, (Mont Hor [Jabal Haroun]).

Le diverse specie di uomini noti agli Egizi, rappresentati nella tomba di Menphtah I [Seti I] I primi figurano li stessi Egiziani; e a tutti succede il dio Horus custode dell'umana stirpe.

Fig. 12. Ramses VII. Fig. 13. Ramses IX [Ramses IV]. Fig.14. Ramses X [Ramses IX]. Fig. 15. Amenemses [Amenmesse]. Fig. 16. Nahsctefnèb (Nectanebo) [Nectanebo I ]. Fig. 17. Ramses-Manduhipefsciopsc [Ramses-Mentuherkhepshef].

Collane, armille e ombrelle.

Navigazione: Barche di forme e ornamenti varj.

Saggi delle pitture e ornamenti, che decorano le volte, o i soffitti delle tombe e delle case egiziane.

Insegne ed armi figurate con questo medesimo ordine nella tomba di Ramses IV [Ramses III].

Varie figure di uomini stranieri rappresentati sui monumenti d'Egitto.

Cuochi e credenzieri intenti a preparar vivande.

Fig. 1. Offerte di Menphtah II [Merneptah] figlio e successore di Ramses III [II], alle deità di Silsilis. Fig. 2. Offerta del medesimo ad Atmu, Mandu, e Amenôf I, capo della dinastia XVIII. Fig. 3. Due immagini simboliche del Nilo vengono a recar doni

Frontespizio consueto delle tombe reali, tolto da quella di Ramses XI a Biban-el-Moluk [Biban el-Muluk].

Un letto reale; un piccolo trono d'oro con statuetta di re; una pelle di tigre; una lettiga o palanchino; una piccola sfinge; due troni.

Teste di alcuni stranieri figurati nelle tavole precedenti, ritratte nella stessa dimensione, o ridotte a un terzo delle figure originali.

Mobili e ornamenti.

Elevazione e tagli di altra tomba del luogo e dell' epoca medesima.

Tomb of Washington, Mount Vernon.

Quattro sedie reali coi loro suppedanei.

Varie figure di uomini stranieri rappresentati sui monumenti d'Egitto.

Teste di alcuni stranieri figurati nelle tavole precedenti, ritratte nella stessa dimensione, o ridotte a un terzo delle figure originali.

Due sonatori di arpa figurati nella tomba di Ramses IV.

Varie figure di uomini stranieri rappresentati sui monumenti d'Egitto.

Fig. 1. Stela storico-religiosa del medesimo Menphtah II [Merneptah], ove, accompagnato dalla moglie Isinofre e da un figlio, fa offerta ad Amonrê [Amon] e Mut. Figg. 2, 3. Offerte del re Siphtah [Siptah] agli Dei.

Gran Zodiaco a Biban-el-Moluk nella tomba del re Menephtah I [Seti I], rappresentato nel soffitto della sala del sarcofago.

Le diverse specie di uomini noti agli Egizi, rappresentati nella tomba di Menphtah I [Seti I] I primi figurano li stessi Egiziani; e a tutti succede il dio Horus custode dell'umana stirpe.

Ramses IV [Ramesses III] nella sua tomba a Biban-el-Moluk [Bîbân el-Mulûk] fa offerte a Phtah-Sokari-Osiride [Ptah-Sokaris-Osiris] e ad Iside [Isis].

Menphtah II [Merneptah], figlio e successore di Ramses III [Ramesses II], sta dinnanzi a Phrê [Ra]: due figure gigantesche scolpite e dipinte nell'ingresso della tomba di quel re a Biban-el-Moluk [Bîbân el-Mulûk].

Due tavole da riunirsi in una: vasta rappresentanza della dea Netpe, immagine simbolica del cielo, ove sta scritto la levata e il tramonto delle costellazioni. Soffitto della sala del sarcofago della tomba di Ramses IX.

Cuochi e credenzieri intenti a preparar vivande.

Fig.1. Ramses III [Ramses II]; Fig. 2. Nofre-Ari [Nefertari]; Fig. 3. Ramses IV [Ramses III]; Figg. 4 e 5. Principe e principessa.

Navigazione: Barche di forme e ornamenti varj.

Navigazione: Barche di forme e ornamenti varj.

Stranieri fatti prigioni e condotti da uno scriba, sotto il regno di Osortasen II [Sesostris II] della dinastia XVII.

The Actor's Monument, the late Edmund Kean, Esqre. contemplating the tomb he caused to be erected to the memory of George Frederick Cooke, in Saint Paul's Church Yard, New York, America

Tomb of William Hogarth at Chiswick.

Bruce's harpers, Tomb of the Kings, Thebes.

Fauteuils from the Tomb of the Kings, Thebes.

Boats with coloured sails, from the Tomb of Remeses III at Thebes.

An Egyptian party from a tomb at Thebes.

Détails de l'intérieur de la salle du tombeau de Qalaoun

Plan et coupes de la Mosquée Barkauk

Détails de menuiserie des grilles et des fauteuils de la salle du tombeau de Qalaoun

Coupe de la salle du tombeau de la Mosquée Barkauk

Sarcophagus found in Col. Campbell's tomb (now in the British Museum): hieroglyphical characters and deities on the left side.

Plan du moristan (hopital) de la mosquée et du tombeau de Qalaoun

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