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Mummy label of Petemin, the son of Petempto, whose father was Petemin the Younger; his mother Thatre

When the Chistian monks question Muhammad about the father of Jesus and ask how is it possible to be born without a father, Jibrîl brings down sections of the Sûrah Âl 'Imrân [...], which contains the Qur'anic version of the story of Mary and Jesus.

Salmân is expelled from the country by his father when he refuses to practice Zoroastrianism.

Four brothers who live in Medina and who have been converted to Islam attempt to convert their pagan father.

The young Siyâvush, son of Kay Kâ'ûs, on his way from Zâbulistân to his father's court with his army is showered with gold and ambergris by the people.

Hormuzd, seated in a small covered pavilion, talks with one of his father's ministers he has jailed.

Isaac, sitting, blesses Jacob who, disguised in Esau's clothes, brings food to his father; Rebekah also holds a dish; Esau returns with venison

"Zal is Restored to his Father Sam by the Simurgh", Folio from a Shahnama (Book of Kings)

God the Father from BL Royal 19 B XV, f. 13v

Tomb Slab of a Monk (Father Louis)

God the Father from BL Royal 19 B XV, f. 43v

Plaque with God The Father

God the Father from BL Royal 19 B XV, f. 13v

Samson and his father from BL Royal 2 B VII, f. 43v

Absalom fighting his father from BL Royal 2 B VII, f. 59v

Samson's father's offering from BL Royal 2 B VII, f. 42v

The Trinity: God the Father, Christ and the Holy Spirit as a dove

Isaac, sitting in bed, blesses Jacob who, disguised in Esau's clothes, brings food to his father, in the presence of Rebekah; Isaac touches Jacob's arm

The healing of Tobit: Tobias puts the gall of the fish on his father's eyes

The Trinity: God the Father holding the crucifix (Mercy-Seat)

God the Father in the darkness, surrounded by the winds

Isaac, sitting in bed, blesses Jacob who, disguised in Esau's clothes, brings food to his father, in the presence of Rebekah; Isaac touches Jacob's arm

The parable of the prodigal son: he tends the swine and eats from their trough; the prodigal son kneels before his father who takes him in his arms

The mocking of Noah: Ham derides the nakedness of his drunken father

A wise man (Solomon) identifies the true son; he did not shoot at his father's corpse

The Trinity: God the Father, Christ and the Holy Spirit as a dove

A wise man (Solomon) instructs the sons to shoot at their father's corpse

The healing of Tobit: Tobias puts the gall of the fish on his father's eyes

God the Father enthroned, surrounded by angels and the four evangelists with their symbols

A ransom dilemma: father or son

A ransom dilemma: father or friend

A priest praying, with angels and God the Father

Four world epochs: Adam and Eve; Moses and Aaron with the tables of the law; Holy Spirit descending upon a priest; Christ and God the Father

God the Father appearing to two kings, two bishops and a monk

Sculpture of God The Father from Frame

The Trinity: God the Father, Christ and the Holy Spirit as a dove

Plaque with God The Father Blessing The Virgin

Heinrich Seuse writing his 'Horologium Sapientiae'; God the Father inspiring him; Holy Mass; the Last Judgement: Christ on a rainbow raises the dead in the presence of Mary and St. John the Baptist; two angels holding instruments of the Passion; four angels bringing souls to heaven; devils dragging the damned into hell

The Trinity: God the Father holding the crucifix (Mercy-Seat)

God the Father from BL Royal 19 D III, f. 7

The Trinity: God the Father, Christ and the Holy Spirit as a dove

God the Father from BL YT 28, f. 47

M. Horatius killing his sister for rebuking him about the death of one of the Curiatii, with whom she was betrothed; Horatius was condemned by Tullus and the Senate but acquitted after appealing through his father to the people for trial

The Trinity: God the Father, Christ and the Holy Spirit as a dove

"Khusrau Parviz before his Father Hurmuzd (?)", Folio from a Shahnama (Book of Kings)

Scenes from the Story of the Seven Sacraments, God the Father Uniting Adam and Eve, and David Being Annoited King at Hebron

St. Margaret of Antioch emerging from the dragon and holding a cross; God the Father and Holy Spirit

Two angels bringing souls to heaven; God the Father

Christ as mediator: Christ showing his wounds to his Father

The coronation of Mary by God the Father

Miniature showing Claudia's father arriving in the Capitol, with an entourage. A younger man attacks his carriage. Claudia (a vestal virgin) dressed as a nun, approaches the man, threatening him with a golden rod. Initial, rubric, border design.

God the Father enthroned; angels casting the rebels angels out of Heaven; they become devils

The Trinity: God the Father holding the crucifix (Mercy-Seat), with four angels

The mocking of Noah: Ham derides the nakedness of his drunken father

King Evilmerodach tears the corpse of his father into three hundred pieces and feeds the birds

The Trinity: God the Father holding the crucifix (Mercy-Seat)

The martyrdom of St. Barbara: she is beheaded by her father Dioscuros

The Trinity: God the Father holding the body of Christ (Not Gottes)

The martyrdom of St. Barbara: she is beheaded by her father Dioscuros

The Trinity: God the Father holding the crucifix (Mercy-Seat)

The Trinity: God the Father holding the crucifix (Mercy-Seat)

Malachi praying to God the Father

The Trinity: God the Father holding the body of Christ (Not Gottes)

The Trinity: God the Father holding the crucifix (Mercy-Seat)

Dispute between St. Barbara and her father Dioscuros

The Trinity: God the Father, Christ and the Holy Spirit as a dove

Lucretia committing suicide in the presence of her husband, her father, and L.J. Brutus swearing revenge

Sextus Tarquinus, the eldest son of Tarquinus Superbus, after receiving the command of the army from the Gabini, sends a messenger with a letter to ask his father what he should do; Tarquinius Superbus, not trusting the honesty of the messenger, walks into the garden and strikes with his stick at the heads of the tallest flowers; when the messenger tells Sextus Tarquinius about his father's behaviour, Sextus understands the meaning of his father's message and executes the most important inhabitants of Gabium

Aulus Postumius Tubertus the Younger charging the enemy against the orders of his father

The continence of Scipio: Scipio Africanus Major restores a captive woman to her bridegroom Allucius; the ransom offered by the bride's father is given to Allucius as a wedding-gift

Scipio retrieves his wounded father, Cornelius Scipio, from the battle-field of Ticinus

Gabinius, accused by Memmius, in the court-room; Gabinius's son Sisenna kneels before Memmius, begging clemency for his father; the Tribune of the Plebs Laelius orders the acquittal of Gabinius

God the Father from BL Royal 16 G III, f. 18v

God the Father from BL Royal 16 G III, f. 18v

God the Father from BL Royal 16 G III, f. 18v

The Trinity: God the Father holding the crucifix (Mercy-Seat)

Six Roundel Patterns for a Goldsmith: the Coronation of the Virgin, God the Father with the Body of Christ, St. Eustace or St. Hubert, the Conversion of St. Paul, Charlemagne and St. Helen, and St. Elizabeth

God the Father

Opening of a primer: alphabet, Ave Maria, Pater Noster, and rubric for the creed. Miniature of Jesus teaching the twelve apostles to pray the "Our Father"; Annunciation.

The Trinity: God the Father holding the body of Christ (Not Gottes), with four angels, two of them holding Instruments of the Passion: crown of thorns, three nails and cross

The coronation of Mary by God the Father, Christ and the Holy Spirit

The coronation of Mary by God the Father

The coronation of Mary by God the Father

The Trinity: God the Father holding the crucifix: Mercy-Seat with angels

10 BCE: A letter by Alexander implicates him in the conspiracy to murder his father, Herod. Alexander protests that the letter was forged by the king's secretary, Diophantus.

4 BCE: Archelaus ascends the throne on the death of his father, Herod.

4 BCE: Archelaus goes to the Temple and addresses the people. He thanks them for the respect they showed at his father Herod's funeral, but says that he will not exercise authority until his right to succession is confirmed by the emperor of Rome.

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.

4 BCE: Antipater begs his father Herod not to condemn him without hearing his defense.

Illus. of St. Dympna, 7th Century Irish princess who was martyred by resisting the incestuous designs of her pagan father

The Trinity: God the Father holding the body of Christ (Not Gottes)

Lucius Terentius, approaches the bed with drawn sword to kill his tentmate Pompey, during the war between Pompey's father and Cinna; Pompey, who had been informed of the plot had left the tent

The coronation of Mary by God the Father

God the Father as a bearded old man; nun confessing

Battle between Hannibal and the Scipios: the Roman forces flee from Hannibal's Numidian troops and the young Scipio defends his father with help of his bodyguards

The son of Scipio, taken captive by Antiochus III, king of Syria, is restored to his father

God the Father

An Allegory: Female Figure with a Compass, God the Father Seated on Clouds, and a Demon

Roundel with Joseph Presenting his father, Jacob, to the Pharoah (from a Series of the History of Joshua)

The Annunciation; the archangel Gabriel at left approaching the Virgin kneeling in prayer at right, God the Father in the upper left