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Joseph Curry, Deputy CHIEF, New York Fire Department, barks orders to rescue teams as firefighters and rescue teams search for survivors through the rubble and debris of the World Trade Centers in New York City in the area known as Ground Zero, after the 9/11 terrorists attacks

Seated Ascetic, Deified King, Agni (The God of Fire)

Cuthbert extinguishing a fire set by a demon from BL YT 26, f. 31v

Cuthbert extinguishing a fire set by a demon from BL YT 26, f. 30

Leaf from a Beatus Manuscript: the First Angel Sounds the Trumpet; Fire, Hail-stones, and Blood are Cast Upon the Earth

February: a man warming himself at a fire

Elisha sees Elijah taken up to heaven in a chariot of fire

God's convenant with Abraham: Abraham's vision of a smoking furnace and God, as a column of fire, going through his sacrifice

Elijah and the messengers of King Ahaziah; when they reach Elijah, fire comes down and kills the officer and his fifty men

Elijah defies the priests of Baal: as Elijah prays, God sends fire which burns up not only his sacrifice but also the altar itself

Kamatha Performing the Five Fire Penances (top) and Parsvanatha Rescuing the Snake Dharana (bottom): Folio from a Kalpasutra Manuscript

Fire Lighter or Coal Tong

King Nimrod condemns Abraham to be cast into the fire of the Chaldeans; he is miraculously rescued by God

February: a man warming himself at a fire

Two angels proclaiming the day of judgement; the Son of Man (Christ) with a sickle (scythe) and a cross; an angel comes out of the temple crying to him to thrust the sickle into the earth and to reap; a second angel, who controls the fire, cries from his altar to the third angel, who carries a sickle, to thrust his sickle into the earth and gather the vine (2nd of 2)

Sixth trumpet: an army of horsemen who are breathing fire and smoke and riding horses with heads as lions (2nd of 2)

The messengers of Ahaziah are killed by fire when they reach Elijah on his mountain

January: a man dining and warming himself at the fire

February: a man warming himself at a fire

While the young Servius Tullius, son of a slave, is asleep in the palace, his head catches fire, but it does not harm him

"The Fire Ordeal of Siyavush", Folio from a Shahnama (Book of Kings) of Firdausi

December: And Old Man Seated by a Hearth with a Young Man Blowing on the Fire

Scipio's soldiers, commanded by Masinissa and Laelius, invade and set fire to the wooden and thatched huts in the camp of Syphax's Numidians

Top of a Fire Screen

Fire tools

Fire tools

Fortitude in profile view walking toward a fire at left and leading a harnessed lion, a landscape in the background

Two angels proclaiming the day of judgement; the Son of Man (Christ) with a sickle (scythe) and a cross; an angel comes out of the temple crying to him to thrust the sickle into the earth and to reap; a second angel, who controls the fire, cries from his altar to the third angel, who carries a sickle, to thrust his sickle into the earth and gather the vine (2nd of 2)

Sixth trumpet: an army of horsemen who are breathing fire and smoke and riding horses with heads as lions (2nd of 2)

The first angel sounds: hail and fire mixed with blood are cast upon the earth, burning the trees (1st of 3)

The angel with the golden censer filling it with the fire of the altar and casting it into the earth (6th of 6)

A group of men at right pushing philosophers toward a fire with burning books at the left

Noah's Sacrifice; Noah at right with his hands clapsed in prayer before a fire upon an altar, two men sacrificing a ram on the ground and another bringing a second ram, two men leading two cows and a camel behind the fire

Fortitude in profile view walking toward a fire at left and leading a harnessed lion, a landscape in the background

The sacrifice

January: a man and a woman dining and warming themselves at a fire

February: a man and a woman warming themselves at a fire

February: a man chopping wood, a woman warming herself at a fire

January: a man dining and warming himself at a fire

[Title page of Witelo, De Natura, illus. with composite of various phenomena of natural science: mirror; man wading in water to show refracted light; box balanced at fulcrum on another box; sunlight shining through glass to start fire; rainbow]

[Cannons shooting fire tubes to frighten charging cavalry troops who are shown retreating]

[Indigenous people in domestic activities, one of whom is making a fire]

Mutius Scaevola

Fire screen

Night Scene with Fisherman Standing by a Fire

The Elements: Fire

Panel for a fire screen

Fire screen

Plate 8: Alexander Encircling the Enemy Troops with Fire, from The Deeds of Alexander the Great

Fire, represented by Venus seated before Vulcan's forge, with armor, a cannon, and cannon balls surrounding her, she turns her head toward Cupid, who stretches his body away from her, from the series 'The Elements'

Fire

[Title page illustration for La pyrotechnie showing columns, arches, a huge fire emanating from a cauldron, cannons and cannon barrels of various sizes, as well as flaming cannon balls]

Fire

An entrance to a fortress in center, a woman with child seated by a fire to right, soldiers gather to right and in center, cannons in landscape to left, title page for 'Peace and War' (Divers desseins tant pour la paix que pour la guerre)

Winter, an old man wrapped in a cloak, warming his hands over a fire on the ground to left, within a cartouche decorated with bare tree limbs, from 'The four Seasons' (Les quatre Saisons)

The test of fire, the monk Peter, the disciple Saint John Gualbert, passing through the flames from two pyres unharmed, various spectators to either side, from 'Frontispiece and four scenes from the life of Saint John Gualbert' (Frontispice et quatre vignettes pour une vie de Saint Jean Gualbert)

An entrance to a fortress in center, a woman with child seated by a fire to right, soldiers gather to right and in center, cannons in landscape to left, title page for 'Peace and War' (Divers desseins tant pour la paix que pour la guerre)

The Trojan Women Setting Fire to Their Fleet

Fire, a flotilla on fire in center and to the right, two boats full of people to left, from 'The four elements' (Les quatre Eléments)

A galley embarking at center, seen from behind, the stern of another galley to right under a fire, eight men in a rowboat to left, from 'Varie figure'

Fire (The Four Elements)

View of a part of Calais (Veue d'un coin de Calais), a man sitting on an overturned canoe on the pier in center, men cooking over a fire to left, various figures and two ships docked in the background, from 'Views of seaports' (Vues de ports de mar)

Fire (Le Feu)

Thankful for Having Survived, Francesco I d'Este Finds Refuge in the Shade of a Tree, as Anone is Overtaken with Heavy Musket Fire and the Example of His Own Survival, from L'Idea di un Principe ed Eroe Cristiano in Francesco I d'Este, di Modena e Reggio Duca VIII [...]

[Men operating water pumps during building fire]

London Before and After the Fire

London before the Great Fire

Boston. March 22. 1672/3 The Deputy Covernour and magistrates adjacent being assembled in Council, to consider of the late awful hand of God, consuming our Castle by fire the one and twentieth of this instant, thereby taking away that part of ou

Seasons and Elements (Fire) (set of four)

[The miner's friend, a pump using steam to create a vacuum to draw water from flooded mines; known as "Mr. Savery's engine for raising water by the help of fire"]

Family Warming Their Hands By a Fire

Tripod pole fire screen

Fire (one of four)

Fire screen

Fire

Cybele Prevents Turnus from Setting Fire to the Trojan Fleet by Transforming the Ships into Sea Goddesses

The Fire at San Marcuola (recto); Roman Ruins (verso)

A Venetian Interior, with a Young Man Seated by the Fire

Cheval fire screen

Fire screen

The Fire

Gaius Mucius Scaevola Thrusting His Right Hand into Fire

Fire

A Domestic Scene: Woman Warming Clothes and Children in Front of a Fire

Fire

Fire

The Smoking Fire, from Carceri d'invenzione (Imaginary Prisons)

Fire

Fire screen

Parody of Palace Servants Heating Sake over a Fire of Maple Leaves

Fire Pot

Fire Screens, in Chippendale Drawings, Vol. I

Fire Screens, in Chippendale Drawings, Vol. I

Horse Fire Screens, in Chippendale Drawings, Vol. I

Cheval fire screen

Allegory of Fire (Venus Visiting Vulcan)

A Plan for rebuilding the City of London after the Great Fire in 1666; Designed by that Great Architect Dr. Chris'r Wren & approved by King & Parliament but unhappily defeated by Faction

Study of a Fire Urn

Fire irons

Air and Fire