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Roundel with griffin heads

Two Rondels with Heads

Stone Necklace with Mace Heads

Roundel with griffin heads

Cameo glass with three portrait heads

Bottle with Two Heads

Capital with a Basket-Weave Pattern and Rams’ Heads

Large initial with knotwork motifs and animal heads from BL Harley 3020, f. 113

Tapestry Band Fragment with Grotesque Heads

One of a Pair of Temple Pendants, with Confronted Birds (front) and Human Heads (back)

Architectural Panel with Two Kala Heads

Panel with Horse Heads

"Rows of Animals Alternating with Cut-off Heads", Folio from a Manuscript

One of a Pair of Temple Pendants, with Confronted Birds (front) and Human Heads (back)

Heads of Hevajra and Four Dancing Yoginis

Opening of text, initial with animal heads, 2-line initial, rubric, placemarkers.

Capital with Four Heads

Man putting animal heads on poles from BL Royal 10 E IV, f. 296v

Textile with Lions' Heads, Foliate Ornament and Kufic Letter L

Heads of a man and a woman from BL Royal 15 D II, f. 118

Ornamental Lancet Heads

Ornamental Lancet Heads

People with dog's heads

The Evangelist St. John and his vision of the leopard-like beast with seven heads that comes out of the sea

Human heads from BL Or 2736, f. 194

Human heads from BL Or 2736, f. 316v

Two-Handled Jar with Lions' Heads

Opening of text. Six-line opening initial with animal heads and border design. Small initials.

Four Lance Heads for the Tournament

Sixth vision: an angel shows John the great harlot; John, depicted as if a small child carried by the angel, sees the bedizened harlot mounted on the beast with seven heads and ten horns. (Apoc. 17:1-4)

St. John and the angel with the little open book in his hands; a voice from heaven orders St. John to seal the words of the seven Thunders (represented as heads) (1st of 2)

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

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

The Trinity: 'Tricephalus', three fused heads

Studies of ten (?) heads and two ears (recto); Studies of three figures and a head (verso)

Armstoel met kistvormig onderstel, versierd met briefpanelen. Koppen van de achterstijlen in de vorm van schilddragende leeuwen.

Design for a Sculptural Frame Decorated with Angel Heads, Volutes and Leaves (for a Ceiling ?); Design for a Base Decorated with Angel Heads, Volutes and Leaves

Three Heads after Michelangelo's Frescoes in the Sistine Chapel

Study of Eleven Heads

Bracelet: Portuguese Heads and Mudfish

The Beast with the Seven Heads and the Beast with Lamb's Horns

The dragon with the seven heads and the Woman; The Child carried away to the throne of God; St. John

St. John and the angel with the little open book in his hands; a voice from heaven orders St. John to seal the words of the seven Thunders (represented as heads) (1st of 2)

The four winds (as human heads) are restrained by four angels (5th of 6)

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

Venus and Cupid riding two sea monsters, Cupid raises an arrow in his right hand, two heads representing wind in the clouds above

Venus and Cupid riding two sea monsters, Cupid raises an arrow in his right hand, two heads representing wind in the clouds above

Venus and Cupid riding two sea creatures, Cupid raising an arrow with his right hand and two heads representing wind in the clouds above

Venus and Cupid riding two sea monsters, Cupid raises an arrow in his right hand, two heads representing wind in the clouds above

Candelabra Grotesque with Heads of Dolphins and Dragons in the Center

Six Studies of Animal Heads and of a Cartouche

[Four views of heads with proportions delineated in perspective grids, and surrounding text]

Standing Virgin with Child, Two Heads at Upper Right (recto); Sketch of Steps (verso)

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Capital with heads and masks

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Capital with ram heads and masks

Two Grotesque Heads

Candelabra Grotesque and Various Figure Studies (recto); Two Griffins and Female Heads (verso)

Design for a Fountain with Sea Horses and Triton Base, Basin, Dolphins and Tritons, Three Grotesque heads and Neptune

Candlestick with Two Ignudi on Top of a Vase with Lion Heads

Studies of Animal Heads and Figures

Heads of Goddesses (Flora, Diana, Ceres)

Man of Sorrows and Two Studies of Heads

Jugate heads of Marcus Aurelius (Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, 121–180) and Faustina (Anna Galeria Faustina, d. 175 or 176)

Studies of Heads and Hands

Man Wearing a Small Turban Ornamented with Plumes and Ribbon, Facing Right, from Studies of Small Heads in Oriental Headdress

Jugate heads of Germanicus (15 B.C.–19 A.D.) and Agrippina (d. 33 A.D.)

Group of cherub heads

Studies of Four Heads

Heads of Goddesses (Pallas, Venus, Juno)

Nine heads after Paolo Veronese

Ornament with Armor and Horses' Heads

Study of Two Heads

Two Heads of an Old and a Young Woman Looking to the Left (Ages of Woman?)

Four Caricatured Heads

Sheet of Studies of Heads

Snake Heads

Horses' Heads

Two deformed heads facing each other

Two deformed heads

A variety of heads

Two heads

Two youths in profile to left with two grotesque heads facing each other below

Three profile heads, one in outline only

Four grotesque heads in profile to left

Two deformed heads facing inwards

Two deformed heads facing each other

Five Heads

Drinking cup with fools’ heads

Title Plate with Two Satyr Heads, from Divers Masques

Rembrandt's Wife and Five Other Heads

Studies of the Heads of Saskia and Others

Two Formations of Grotesque Heads

Veertien verschillende koppen van mannen, vrouwen, dieren en mascarons

Plate 3: two infants standing in the water at center with their legs as scrollwork, below three small sketches of heads, from 'Friezes, foliage, and grotesques' (Frises, feuillages et grotesques)

Verschillende koppen van mannen, dieren en mascarons

Plate 8: four grotesque heads with scrollwork, from 'Friezes, foliage, and grotesques' (Frises, feuillages et grotesques)

Acht verschillende koppen van mannen, vrouwen, dieren en mascarons

Plate 4: five grotesque heads, from 'Friezes, foliage, and grotesques' (Frises, feuillages et grotesques)

Plate 10: a cartouche with the heads of two lions in profile to left and right in the center, two chimera heads to either side below with their mouths around empty escutcheons, from 'Twelve cartouches' (Recueil de douze cartouches)

Saint Jean Gualbert trampling a monster with two human heads and a serpentine body, a flying demon in background to right, an angel with a cross flying to left, from 'Frontispiece and four scenes from the life of Saint John Gualbert' (Frontispice et quatre vignettes pour une vie de Saint Jean Gualbert)