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Abû Hishâm, sitting with two friends in an eyvân, tells them that he has become a Muslim.

The leaders of the two Jewish tribes of Medina meet and discuss plans to kill Muhammad.

'Abd-Allâh ibn Ubayy of the 'Awf tribe and two friends sit before the cave of a hermit priest and question him about Muhammad.

Abû Hishâm and two friends from the city of Medina who have converted to Islam sit respectfully before the Prophet.

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

Bahrâm Gûr on horseback surveys two dead lions and is advised by an old man not to kill any more.

Khusrau Parvîz, his hands bound, is led by two rustics wearing straw hats with high crowns, from a pavilion in a garden where he had taken refuge.

Musicienne du sérail. She holds a type of zither on a harness around her neck and hits the strings with two crooked sticks. [76]

Opening of part two, with initial, placemarkers, book name and chapter number.

Two columns with red and blue initials and penwork -- same hand as main text?

[Page from Xanten Bible featuring two columns of text of uneven width with large characters at the bottom of the column at left.]

[Page from Xanten Bible featuring two columns of text and large characters.]

Opening of Part two, title of first text.

Text with red and blue initials, rubrics, two charts.

On 17, initial with human face. These two pages show two different hands; the hand on 17 is a rounder gothic.

Opening page of calendar for the month of January. Entries for every line in French, alternating two red and two blue lines, with major feasts in gold. Dragon grotesque in lower margin.

Text with red and blue initials, rubrics, two charts.

Hayton enumerating to a pope and two rulers the four considerations for a war: just cause, sufficient power and funds, accurate knowledge of the enemy, suitable weather.

Text with red and blue initials, rubrics, two charts.

Text with red and blue initials, rubrics, two charts.

Transition from Part 1 to Part 2; two words of text overlap?

Opening of text of part two.

Text with initials and placemarkers, with two woodcuts (Expulsion from Eden and the Ark).

Text with red and blue initials, rubrics, two charts.

Panel ornament with two lovers

Fourth vision: angels battle against the crowned beast from the sea; the beast, without crowns, blasphemes God for forty two months.

Opening of book two, miniature, initial with penwork and blue initial on gold, border design.

Page of text with placemarkers and large blue initial. Two human figures in upper border.

Miniature across two pages, showing worship at an altar.

Text with large red initial, placemarkers and rubrics; miniature showing two scenes of Samson.

Rubrics and full-page miniature across two pages showing siege of a city and a king being hanged.

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

Text with placemarkers and rubric; miniature spread over both pages, showing two exchanges between a man and an angel.

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

Text with placemarkers, rubrics, large red initial and border design. Miniature spread across two pages, including Moses and men pitching tents.

Text with rubrics and placemarkers. Miniature spread over two pages of a battle.

Text with rubric and placemarkers. Miniature over two pages of Moses and companions.

Text with large initial, rubric and placemarkers. Miniature across two pages shows Moses and sheep, and God speaking from the burning bush.

Text with rubric, placemarkers, and red, blue and green initial. Miniature spread over two pages showing a battle.

Miniature across two pages showing Moses breaking the tablets of the law; men worshiping the golden calf.

Page of text with placemarkers, rubric, and large green historiated initial, showing two figures. Catchword.

Miniature of Busa gazing heavenward as she holds a golden veil out to cloth a man wearing only a shirt. Two hungry men approach a table set with food. A third pairing of men clasp hands. Twho other men watch. Initial, rubric, border design.

Miniature showing 1. Epicharis being racked by two men as Nero and Proculus watch; 2. two men standing at the feet of dead Epicharis, her arms still over her head. Initial, border design.

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. Pamphila and two servants or students gather cotton, with walled city in background; 2. Pamphila carding the cotton while the servants clean and wind it. Initial, rubric, border design.

Miniature showing 1. Jupiter's messenger selects the young Europa, as she struggles against the soldier who overcomes her, with two bulls nearby. A ship bears the emblem of the white bull; 2. Europa worshipped in Tarentum. Rubric, initial, border design.

Miniature showing 1. two ships full of soldiers; 2. Camiola's proposal of marriage with the imprisoned Roland; 3. Camiola delivers her oration to the ecclesiastical judge, who sits on a throne, attended by nobles. Initial, rubric, border design.

Miniature showing the Empress Irene condemning her son, Constantine, to prison. She sits on a hexagonal raised platform; he is restrained by two figures. Initial, rubric and border design.

Miniature showing 1. Minerva observing two men weaving; 2. chapel to Minerva with statue of her in full armor with winged helmet, with a lance and a shield showing the head of Medusa. An owl perched at her feet. Initial, rubric, border design.

Miniature showing Harmonia kneeling in a hexagonal chamber at the corpse of a girl slain in her stead. Harmonia accepts the blows and stabs of two soldiers. Initial and border design.

Miniature showing Pope Joan, who has just given birth to an infant during a Church procession. The infant lies on the ground and Joan kneels before it, arms raised in praise. Two cardinals, priest, and crowd observe. Initial, rubric, border design.

Two men fighting

Jerome of Prague, in fetters, between two soldiers f. 142

Hermes and Tiresias [end]; The two dogs.

The two boys and the butcher [cont.]; The fox and the monkey king.

The two dogs [cont.]; The man and the shrew.

Dog bites man [cont.]; The two boys and the butcher.

Miniature of John the Evangelist on Patmos, with the eagle holding the saint's pen case; line fillers on last two text lines to justify the right margin of text.

Two different hands, or different sizes of the same hand? Prickings clearly visible.

67 CE: Japhia, 10 miles south of Jotapata and two miles SW of Nazareth, revolts; its defenders, trapped within the ramparts of the town, are slaughtered by the Romans.

6-line blue initial on gold field, with flower design extending into border. Miniature of King David. Two lines of music. Rubrics, small initials, placemarkers.

Madonna and Child being Crowned by Two Angels

Musician, monkey, two pheasants

Two Torch-Bearers

Two Musicians Playing the Violin and the Lute

A Vase Between Two Chimeric Figures

The death of the prophet Zakarîyâ (Zacharias), who is killed when the tree in which he is hiding is sawed in two.

The Semitic prophet Hûd causes two kings of 'Âd to be tossed up into the sky.

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

Italy. Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, 476-1600

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