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Nimrod supervising the building of the Tower of Babel

The building of the Tower of Babel and God's visit

Tower of Babel from BL Eg 1894, f. 5v

Text with drawing of tower of Babel.

Tower of Babel from BL Royal 15 D III, f. 15v

Building of the Tower of Babel from BL Royal 15 D III, f. 15v

Page of text with rubrics, initials and drawing of Tower of Babel.

Tower of Babel from BL YT 28, f. 51

Tower of Babel and Zoroaster from BL YT 28, f. 51

The building of the Tower of Babel

Val van de toren van Babel

Plate with The Building of the Tower of Babel

Toren van Babel

De vernietiging van de toren van Babel

The Building of the Tower, from The Tower of Babel, bound in Thesaurus Sacrarum historiarum Veteris et Novi Testamenti, plate 2

Nimrod Deciding Where to Build the Tower, from The Tower of Babel, bound in Thesaurus Sacrarum historiarum Veteris et Novi Testamenti, plate 1

The Confusion of Tongues, from The Tower of Babel, bound in Thesaurus Sacrarum historiarum Veteris et Novi Testamenti, plate 3

Destruction of the Tower of Babel: at right men and women flee from the burning tower, at left men and women raise their hands toward two flying angels, from a series of engravings made for the first edition of the 'Liber Genesis'

Joannes Paulus Oliva, Praepositus Generalis Societatis Jesu.

Fanum Monolithion.

Dedicatio.

Primaeva literarum Ægyptiarum fabrica ...

Speculum geneatheologicum sive Theotechnia Hermetica …

Primaeva literarum Ægyptiarum fabrica ...

Nimbrod Filius Chus, ... [Genes. 10.]

Dedicatio.

Mausolæum Simendÿ prisci regis Ægipti.

Chorographia qua Noe Arcam egressus Monte Ararat.

Dedicatio.

Horti Penciles, Semiramidis Babiloniorum Riginœ juxta Euphratem fiti. exmente Auctoris.

Ichnographia Labyrinthi alterius a Dædalo Architecto ad formam Ægyptiaci in Creta.

Descriptio Turris Babylonicœ a Nino et Semiramide exstructa.

Arx Babylonica à Semiramide, exstructa.

Ichnographia Admiriabilis illius Labyrinthi Ægyptiaci.

Dedicatio.

oelum Lunae.

Primaeva literarum Ægyptiarum fabrica ...

Dedicatio.

Topographia urbium à Nembrod et à Nino eorumque posteris fabricatarum.

Dedicatio.

Prospectus Rúderúm Turris Babel, ex parte Septentrionali observatus per Petrum à valle; Prospectus Rúderúm Turris Babel, ex parte Aústialis observatore Petro à valle.

Atanasii Kircheri e Soc. Jesu. Turris Babel, sive Archontologia ... [Title page]

Turris Babel.

Ectypon Reginœ Semiramidis cum Leone concertantis.

Arbor Genealogiæ Noëticæ.

Schematismus siclorum omnis generis ...

Pons Babylonius à Semiramide constructus, ...

Hæc ruet eversis nun qua Babilonia Muris, Stans memori quantum steterit Kircherius Orbi.

Colossus Solis apud Rhodios.

Descriptio Hortorum Semiramidis, qui pensiles dicti sunt.

Orthographia Templi Laivan Kesra cuius rudera spectantur adhuc. Thesiphonte quæ et Seleucia dicitur ex observatione. Petri à valle.

Ectypon Verum Nini et Semiramidis ex Veterum Auctorum relatione, nec non Ægyptiaci Labyrinthi picturis extraactum.

Primaeva literarum Ægyptiarum fabrica ...

Primaeva literarum Ægyptiarum fabrica ...

Tabula combinatoria.

Erat autem Ninive Civitas.

Primaeva literarum Ægyptiarum fabrica ...

Dedicatio.

Pyramides ...

Sacratissimo Leopoldo I. Imperatori semper Augusto ... [Dedicatio]

Primaeva literarum Ægyptiarum fabrica ...

Atanasii Kircheri S.J. Turris Babel. [Frontispiece]

Dedicatio.

Toren van Babel

Bouw van de Toren van Babel / Abraham en Lot verlaten hun vaderland

Mont Ararat ou s'arrèta l'arche de Noé ; Tour de Babel ; Ninive ; Babylone.

Tower of Babel. Garden of the Gods, Colorado, U.S.A.

Garden of the Gods, Tower of Babel.

Tower of Babel. Garden of the Gods, Colorado, U.S.A.

Garden of the Gods, Tower of Babel.

Garden of the Gods, Tower of Babel.

Tower of Babel, Garden of the Gods.

Garden of the Gods, Tower of Babel.

Tower of Babel, Garden of the Gods.

Manitou and Vicinity. Garden of the Gods, Tower of Babel, 330 Feet High

A. Babel

The socialist tower of babel / CH [monogram reversed].

Iraq. Birs Nimrud. (Possibly the Tower of Babel). Bedouin "Haris." Watchman of the ruins

Iraq. Birs Nimrud. (Possibly the Tower of Babel). View from the Tower of Babel looking down on the ruins

Iraq. Birs Nimrud. (Possibly the Tower of Babel). Mysterious fused or vitrified bricks. Section close up

Iraq. Birs Nimrud. (Possibly the Tower of Babel). So-called Tower of Babel. Distant view

Iraq. Birs Nimrud. (Possibly the Tower of Babel). Detail view of the Tower

Iraq. Birs Nimrud. (Possibly the Tower of Babel). So-called Tower of Babel. Distant view

Iraq. Birs Nimrud. (Possibly the Tower of Babel). Tower of Babel. So called. A tall brick tower with sections of fused bricks

Iraq. Birs Nimrud. (Possibly the Tower of Babel). Shrine of Abram. Mediaeval mosque honouring Abraham

Iraq. Birs Nimrud. (Possibly the Tower of Babel). View from the Tower of Babel looking down on the ruins

Iraq. Birs Nimrud. (Possibly the Tower of Babel). Tower of Babel. So called. A tall brick tower with sections of fused bricks

Iraq (Babylonia). Birs Nimrud, Tower of Babel. Gen. 11:4

El Savadorian Coalition Military Assistance Team (CIMIC) Soldiers meet with Iraqi contractors at a small village in Babel Provence to view a new project site, on July 7, 2005 in Babil Provence, Iraq.(U.S. Army PHOTO by SGT. Arthur Hamilton) (Released)

The commander of the El Savadorian Coalition Military Assistance Team (CIMIC) meets with Iraqi contractors at a small village in Babel Provence to view a new project site, on July 7, 2005 in Babil Provence, Iraq.(U.S. Army PHOTO by SGT. Arthur Hamilton) (Released)

An El Savadorian Coalition Military Assistance Team (CIMIC) Soldier stands guard while his commander meets with Iraqi contractors at a small village in Babel Provence to view a new project site, on July 7, 2005 in Babil Provence, Iraq.(U.S. Army PHOTO by SGT. Arthur Hamilton) (Released)

El Savadorian Coalition Military Assistance Team (CIMIC) Soldiers meet with Iraqi contractors at a small village in Babel Provence to view a new project site, on July 7, 2005 in Babil Provence, Iraq.(U.S. Army PHOTO by SGT. Arthur Hamilton) (Released)

The commander of the El Savadorian Coalition Military Assistance Team (CIMIC) meets with Iraqi contractors at a small village in Babel Provence to view a new project site, on July 7, 2005 in Babil Provence, Iraq.(U.S. Army PHOTO by SGT. Arthur Hamilton) (Released)

An El Savadorian Coalition Military Assistance Team (CIMIC) Soldier stands guard while his commander meets with Iraqi contractors at a small village in Babel Provence to view a new project site, on July 7, 2005 in Babil Provence, Iraq.(U.S. Army PHOTO by SGT. Arthur Hamilton) (Released)

The commander of the El Savadorian Coalition Military Assistance Team (CIMIC) greets with Iraqi contractors at a small village in Babel Provence while assesing a new project site, on July 7, 2005 in Babil Provence, Iraq.(U.S. Army PHOTO by SGT. Arthur Hamilton) (Released)

El Savadorian Coalition Military Assistance Team (CIMIC) Soldiers along with Iraqi villagers get together for a meal celebrating the compleation of CIMIC project to build a road connecting several small villages in the Babel provence area, on July 7, 2005 in Babil Provence, Iraq.(U.S. Army PHOTO by SGT. Arthur Hamilton) (Released)

The Commander of the El Savadorian Coalition Military Assistance Team (CIMIC) along with the Shake of a small village cut a ribbon celebrating the compleation of CIMIC project to build a road connecting several small villages in the Babel provence area, on July 7, 2005 in Babil Provence, Iraq.(U.S. Army PHOTO by SGT. Arthur Hamilton) (Released)

El Savadorian Coalition Military Assistance Team (CIMIC) soldiers meet with the Shake of a small village for a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the compleation of CIMIC project to build a road connecting several small villages in the Babel provence area, on July 7, 2005 in Babil Provence, Iraq.(U.S. Army PHOTO by SGT. Arthur Hamilton) (Released)

The Commander of the El Savadorian Coalition Military Assistance Team (CIMIC) along with the Shake of a small village cut a ribbon celebrating the compleation of CIMIC project to build a road connecting several small villages in the Babel provence area, on July 7, 2005 in Babil Provence, Iraq.(U.S. Army PHOTO by SGT. Arthur Hamilton) (Released)

El Savadorian Coalition Military Assistance Team (CIMIC) soldiers meet with the Shake of a small village for a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the compleation of CIMIC project to build a road connecting several small villages in the Babel provence area, on July 7, 2005 in Babil Provence, Iraq.(U.S. Army PHOTO by SGT. Arthur Hamilton) (Released)