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The Libyan Sibyl

Studies for the Libyan Sibyl (recto); Studies for the Libyan Sibyl and a small Sketch for a Seated Figure (verso)

Libyan Sibyl, from the series of Sibyls

Portion of the Ceiling of the Sistine Chapel with the Libyan Sibyl, Prophet Daniel, Jesse, David, and Solomon, from Sibyls and Prophets from the Sistine Chapel Vaults

Ritorna trionfante sul carro, preceduto da schiavi africani.

Ramses IV[Ramses III] viene ad offrire i prigioni ad Amon-rê [Amon], Mut e Chons [Khonsu]. (Soggetti rappresentati nel cortile di Medinet-Abu).

Presenta quelli schiavi ad Amon-rê [Amon], Phrê [Khonsu] e Mut, triplice deità dello Speco.

Libyan chain of mountains, from the temple of Luxor.

Neues Reich. Dynastie XX. Medînet Hâbu. Grosser Tempel: a. b. Vorbau; c. d. Erster Pylon.

The Libyan Sibyl

map from "From Sphinx to Oracle. Through the Libyan Desert to the Oasis of Jupiter Ammon, etc"

map from "From Sphinx to Oracle. Through the Libyan Desert to the Oasis of Jupiter Ammon, etc"

photograph from "From Sphinx to Oracle. Through the Libyan Desert to the Oasis of Jupiter Ammon, etc"

camp_scene from "From Sphinx to Oracle. Through the Libyan Desert to the Oasis of Jupiter Ammon, etc"

The Libyan front: Ammunition for "Kittyhawk" aircraft American-made "Kittyhawk" fighters have been causing devastation among the transport columns of the Axis in Northern Africa by the strength of their fire power. The armourers who have charge of the gun carried in the air-craft are anxious to see the great work continue. Picture shows an Arab assistant to an R.A.F. armourer pleased with this original head-dress of ammunition for a "Kittyhawk".

Washington, D.C. U.S. Army Air Corps major about to leave to take over a Libyan bomber command, with a New York department store executive visiting in Washington

Snow White, a B-24 bomber of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force at a forward bomber base in the Libyan desert. Among its crew, there are four members who flew the ship across the Atlantic and piloted it through thirty-six missions, compiling 300 combat hours it the Middle East

Gemini IV Mission Image - Libyan Desert, Chad and Sudan

AST-16-1251 - Apollo Soyuz Test Project - Apollo Soyuz Test Project, Egypt, Libyan Sand Sea

AST-16-1253 - Apollo Soyuz Test Project - Apollo Soyuz Test Project, Egypt, Libyan Plateau, Qasr Farafra

AST-16-1252 - Apollo Soyuz Test Project - Apollo Soyuz Test Project, Egypt, Libyan Plateau, Abu Minquar

AST-16-1247 - Apollo Soyuz Test Project - Apollo Soyuz Test Project, Libya, Egypt, Libyan Sand Sea

AST-16-1248 - Apollo Soyuz Test Project - Apollo Soyuz Test Project, Egypt, Libyan Sand Sea

A starboard quarter view of a Libyan (Italian-built) Assad class missile corvette underway

A view of a Libyan Foxtrot Class attack submarine

A view of a Libyan Tu-22 Blinder bomber

A starboard quarter view of the Libyan "Assad" class missile corvette "Assad Al Tadjier" underway. The ship is fitted with four Otomat anti-shipping missiles, one 76mm OTO Melara cannon and a twin 35mm Oerlikon/OTO Melara turret aft

An Otomat anti-ship missile is fired from a ship-mounted launcher. This type of missile is used aboard the Libyan Assad class missile corvettes

An Otomat anti-ship missile is fired from a ship-mounted launcher. This type of missile is used aboard the Libyan Assad class missile corvettes

A view of communications equipment set up in the Sudanese air force area during Arid Farmar, a deployment made in response to Libyan activities in Chad. Camouflage netting is being used to conceal part of the operation

Capatin Richard Zatorski checks his maintenance book after his flight in an F-15 Eagle aircraft. Zatorski is taking part in Arid Farmer, a deployment made in response to Libyan activities in Chad

An F-15 Eagle aircraft undergoes an engine change during Arid Farmer, a deployment made in response to Libyan activities in Chad

A closed-up view of communication equipment set up in the Sudanese air force area during Arid Farmer, a deployment made in response to Libyan activities in Chad. Camouflage netting is being used to conceal part of the operation

A view of communication equipment set up in the Sudanese air force area during Arid Farmer, a deployment made in response to Libyan activities in Chad. Camouflage netting is being used to conceal part of the operation

A right front view of a KC-10 Extender aircraft being moved to a parking area at the Khartoum, International Airport. The KC-10 has just completed a mission during "Arid Farmer", a US Air Force deployment in response to Libyan military activity in Chad

A Libyan diplomat is transferred from a bus to an aircraft for expulsion from the island during Operation URGENT FURY. The Libyans acted as advisors to the People's Revolutionary Army

A Libyan diplomat is transferred from a bus to an aircraft for expulsion from the island during Operation URGENT FURY. The Libyans acted as advisors to the People's Revolutionary Army

Firefighters in proximity suits stand by on the aircraft carrier USS AMERICA (CV-66) during operation El Dorado, a retaliatory strike on Libyan terrorist targets

Aviation maintenancemen inspect the cockpit of an A-7E Corsair II aircraft during operation El Dorado, a retaliatory strike on Libyan terrorist targets

F-14 Tomcat and A-6E Intruder aircraft on the deck of the aircraft carrier USS AMERICA (CV-66) during Operation El Dorado, a retaliatory strike on Libyan terrorist targets

A pilot is strapped into the cockpit of an A-7E Corsair II aircraft aboard the aircraft carrier USS AMERICA (CV-66) during operation El Dorado, a retaliatory strike on Libyan terrorist targets

An aviation ordnanceman stands by during operation El Dorado, a retaliatory strike on Libyan terrorist targets

Ordnancemen prepare to load an AIM-9 Sidewinder missile on an A-7E Corsair II aircraft aboard the aircraft carrier USS AMERICA (CV-66) during Operation El Dorado, a retaliatory strike on Libyan terrorist targets

Two pilots head for their aircraft aboard the aircraft carrier USS AMERICA (CV-66) during operation El Dorado, a retaliatory strike on Libyan terrorist targets

Marine aircraft maintenance crewmen inspect the cockpit of an F/A-18 Hornet aircraft on the deck of the aircraft carrier USS CORAL SEA (CV-43) during operation El Dorado, a retaliatory strike on Libyan terrorist targets

A silhouetted view of flight deck crewmen alongside an SH-3H Sea King helicopter on the deck of an aircraft carrier during operation El Dorado, a retaliatory strike on Libyan terrorist targets

A Libyan Nanuchka II class missile codrvett burns after being hit by AGM-84 Harpoon missile launched from an aircraft from Attack Squadron 85. The attack was launched after Libyan forces fired on U.S. aircraft in the Gulf of Sidra, considered to be international waters. The ship was later reported as sunk

An aerial starboard view of the Libyan Roll on/roll off Cargo Ship GHARDAICE

A close-up view of a Libyan SA-6 surface-to-air missile system

STS052-09-010 - STS-052 - Earth observations scenes of the Libyan Desert, Libya.

STS052-09-015 - STS-052 - Earth observations scenes of the Libyan Desert, Libya.

STS052-09-011 - STS-052 - Earth observations scenes of the Libyan Desert, Libya.

STS052-09-016 - STS-052 - Earth observations scenes of the Libyan Desert, Libya.

A Strike Fighter Squadron 127 (VFA-127) F-5E Tiger II aircraft, painted with a camouflage paint scheme and exhibiting the Libyan national insignia, makes a steep ascent after taking off from the runway on a training mission. The aircraft will be simulating air combat maneuvers to train air crews of Carrier Air Wing 17 (CVW-17) in threat tactics

A left underside view of a Libyan marked F-5E Tiger II aircraft climbing steeply away from the runway en route to fly air combat mission (ACM) threat tactics against Carrier Air Wing Seventeen (CVW-17) forces

A Strike Fighter Squadron 127 (VFA-127) F-5E Tiger II aircraft, painted in a camouflage paint scheme and exhibiting the Libyan national insignia, undergoes a preflight check prior to an air combat maneuvers training session with air crews of Carrier Air Wing 17 (CVW-17)

A Strike Fighter Squadron 127 (VFA-127) F-5E Tiger II aircraft, painted in a camouflage paint scheme and exhibiting the Libyan national insignia, undergoes a preflight check prior to an air combat maneuvers training session with air crews of Carrier Air Wing 17 (CVW-17)

The Libyan Sibyl

Nubian soldiers passing the Step Pyramid, Libyan Desert, Egypt

Crossing the Libyan desert from Sakkara, Egypt

Snow White, a B-24 bomber of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force at a forward bomber base in the Libyan desert. Among its crew, there are four members who flew the ship across the Atlantic and piloted it through thirty-six missions, compiling 300 combat hours in the Middle East

Snow White, a B-24 bomber of the U.S. Army 9th Air Force at a forward bomber base in the Libyan desert. Among its crew, there are four members who flew the ship across the Atlantic and piloted it through thirty-six missions, compiling 300 combat hours in the Middle East