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Muhammad's wife 'Â'ishah gives her husband information on people with communicable diseases.

Caesar Augustus, his wife and son at table, receiving homage and gifts from another king, Cosserosach, and his attendant. Initials, rubrics, linefillers, placemarkers.

Caesar Augustus, his wife and son at table, receiving homage and gifts from another king, Cosserosach, and his attendant. Initials, rubrics, linefillers, placemarkers.

The Organ Player and His Wife

Miniature showing 1. a group of Roman soldiers advancing on the retreating Galatians; 2. Roman centurion's rape of the wife of Orgiagon; 3. she slices his throat while a soldier weighs ransom money; 4. she exposes the severed head. Initial, border design.

5 BCE: Pheroras, before being poisoned, has entrusted his wife with poison to kill his brother, King Herod, or so Herod has heard. Pheroras's wife throws herself from the roof but survives. Here, Herod tells Pheroras's wife that she will not be punished if she tells the truth about the poison.

30 BCE: Salome goes to her brother Herod to accuse his wife, Mariamme, of adultery.

40 BCE: Herod sets out on a campaign against bandits living in caves. An old brigand slays his own wife and seven children rather than surrender to Herod.

66 CE: Simon, son of Saul, having killed many of his fellow Jews who were battling the Syrians in Scythopolis (Bet She'an), is overcome with guilt; he decides that he should die for the crime of fighting against his compatriots, and his family offer themselves to Simon's sword rather than being slain by the enemy. Here, he kills his aged father; he then kills his wife, his children and himself.

Double-portrait of Ferdinand I and his wife Anne

In India if the dead person has a wife, friend, or brother who is willing, they can be burnt on the pyre with the dead man. Four people are shown in a funeral pyre.

Ownership note of Marye de Cambrye, wife of Quentin de Tolnare (or de Tollnaire) in 1582, with promise to pay reward if the book were returned to her.

Quixote being cared for by the Innkeeper's wife and daughter

Fish taken at Sierra Leona; The parrot; La vieille or the old wife; A korango; Kind of bource.

Punishment of one of the King of Whidah's wife and her gallant.

Habit of a citizen's wife of Frascati in 1768. Bourgeoise de Frascati.

Habit of a merchant's wife of Paris in 1626. Femme d'un marchand de Paris.

Habit of a merchant's wife in Russia in 1765. Femme d'un marchand Russe.

Habit of a citizen's wife of London in 1640. Une bourgeoise de Londres.

Habit of a merchants wife in Holland in 1640. Marchande Hollandois.

Habit of a citizen's wife in Florence, with a little bonnet, in 1768. Bourgeoise Florentine avec une petite coeffe.

Nobleman's wife of Denmark in 1626. Dame de qualitié de Dannemarck.

Habit of a merchant's wife of Paris in 1640. Merchade de Paris.

Queen Anne of Austria, wife of Louis XIII. La Reyne Anne d'Autriche Femme de Louis XIII.

Habit of a citizen's wife of Bologna in 1768. Bourgeoise de Bologne.

Merchants wife of Denmark 1626. Femme d'un marchand de Dannemarck.

Habit of a merchant's wife of London in 1640. Femme d'un marchand de Londres.

The wife of a Franc merchant in an undress in 1700. Femme d'un Franc en deshabille.

Habit of the wife of a Russian boor in 1768. Femme d'un paysan de Russe.

Habit of Rubens wife in 1620. La femme de Rubens.

Letter to his wife, Annis --called "Emilia."--

Smith, James. Philadelphia. To his wife Elinor

Letter to his wife, Annis --called "Emilia."--

Letter to his wife, Annis --called "Emilia."--

Smith, James. Philadelphia. To his wife Elinor

Letter to his wife, Annis --called "Emilia."--

Letter to his wife, Annis --called "Emilia."--

Letter to [his wife] Polly

Smith, James. Philadelphia. To his wife Elinor

Balistes laevis, The smooth old Wife.

Henry Timmerman and his wife Elizabeth to James Ludlow for tracts of land in Rochester, Ulster Co., N.Y.

Henry Timmerman and his wife Elizabeth to James Ludlow for tracts of land in Rochester, Ulster Co., N.Y.

Henry Timmerman and his wife Elizabeth to James Ludlow for tracts of land in Rochester, Ulster Co., N.Y.

Odgen, Aaron. Washington. To his wife

Odgen, Aaron. Washington. To his wife

Odgen, Aaron. Washington. To his wife

Odgen, Aaron. Washington. To his wife

Odgen, Aaron. Washington. To his wife

A Lattakoo Chief and his Wife

Dress worn by females at the annual circumcision feast at Lattakoo. The Rainmaker's Wife at Kurreechane.

The Nation robbing an Indian Chief of his wife.

[Slave being separated from his wife and children.]

Gov. Jon. Trumbull, Sen. and his wife.

Prof. John Merrill and wife in the Pool.

J.L. Couch and wife.

The tomb of Geo. Washington and Martha, his wife. Bought at Mt. Vernon April 20, 1876 by C.E.M.

Prof. John Merrill and Wife in the Pool, Franconia Notch, N.H.

Prof. John Merrill and Wife in the Pool, Franconia Notch, N.H.

Dr. Tirrell's wife home till she was married N.H.

J.L. Couch and wife.

Chinese merchant and wife, San Francisco.

Lot's wife.

Arctic Philosopher and Wife in the Pool, Franconia Mts., N.H.

J.L. Couch and wife.

Dr. Tirrell's wife home till she was married N.H.

The philosopher of the Pool and his wife.

Prof. John Merrill and Wife in the Pool, Franconia Notch, N.H.

The philosopher of the Pool and his wife, Franconia Notch, N.H.

Lot's wife.

Prof. John Merrill and Wife in the Pool, Franconia Notch, N.H.

[Arctic Philosopher and Wife in the Pool, Franconia Mts., N.H.]

J.L. Couch and wife.

[Arctic Philosopher and Wife in the Pool, Franconia Mts., N.H.]

[Prof. John Merrill and Wife in the Pool, Franconia Notch, N.H.]

Chinese merchant and wife, San Francisco.

The philosopher of the Pool and his wife.

[Prof. John Merrill and Wife in the Pool, Franconia Notch, N.H.]

The philosopher of the Pool and his wife, Franconia Notch, N.H.

Prof. John Merrill and wife in the Pool.

J.L. Couch and wife.

J.L. Couch and wife.

Lot's wife.

Dr. Tirrell's wife home till she was married N.H.

Prof. John Merrill and wife in the Pool.

Chinese merchant and wife, San Francisco.

The philosopher of the Pool and his wife.

Vos marriage a failure ; Der oak and der vine ; Mr. Charles Follen Adams 'Evening with Yawcob Strauss' [depicting a husband and wife in front of their home, a man hanging onto a miniature earth, a wife taking care of her sick husband and an advertisement].

View of ruins where Lunger and wife were murdered.

View of ruins where Lunger and wife were murdered.

Coal miner, his wife and two children, [notice the child's legs], Bertha Hill, West Virginia, Sep. 1938.

View of ruins where Lunger and wife were murdered.

Rehabilitation client and wife with one day's tomato pick off coast of Beaufort, South Carolina.

Holeyas, Hindoos, Coorg. (husband and wife)

Hegades, Hindoos, Coorg. (husband and wife)

A Jacoon and his wife, Malay Peninsula. (Indiaesians)

Brinjara and wife, itinerant grain merchants, Saharunpoor.

Artic Philosopher and Wife in the Pool, Franconia Mts., N.H.

Artic Philosopher and Wife in the Pool, Franconia Mts., N.H.

Arctic Philosopher and Wife in the Pool, Franconia Mts., N.H.

Mrs. Charles Gould, Wife of Cincinnati baseball player

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