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Seals (3) from net

Seals (3) from net

Seals (3) from net

Mud Fragments

Two Seals

Head of Bodhisattva

Two Bodhisattvas

Head of a Buddhist Image

Warrior

Head of a Buddha

Monk Holding a Lotus

Attendant

Buddha with Two Disciples

Seated Bodhisattva

Three Bodhisattvas

Buddha

Three Celestial Attendants

Papyri Fragments and Mud

Bodhisattva

Sarrabuddhadakini

Fragment of an Ornament

Miniature Buddhist Deity

68 CE: Vespasian, on a visit to the Dead Sea, demonstrates its famed buoyancy. He orders some non-swimmers to be thrown into deep water with their hands tied behind their back; all rise to the surface and float. Other remarkable properties of the Dead Sea are also described, such as the changing color of its water and its bituminous mud, so sticky that it can only be removed from the hulls of boats with women's monthly secretions. Use of this illustration of swans a-swimming is evidently an allusion to the buoyancy of the water.

Statuette

Statuette

Statuette

Statuette

Statuette

Statuette

Statuette

Statuette

Statuette

The taking of Miss Mud I'land

A map of that part of Pensylvania now the principle [sic] seat of war in America, wherein may be seen the situation of Philadelphia, Red Bank, Mud Island, & Germantown.

View of the Rebel fort and works, on Mud Island comprehending Red-Bank on the Jersey shore; taken from * [southeast shore of Carpenter's Island] in front of the 6 gun battery / surveyed & drawn by P. Nicole.

A plan of the attacks against Fort Miflin on Mud Island which surrendered 16th, November 1777 to the Kings troops under the command of the honorable Sir William Howe K.B. general and commander in chief &c., &c.

A survey of the city of Philadelphia and its environs shewing the several works constructed by His Majesty's troops, under the command of Sir William Howe, since their possession of that city 26th. September 1777, comprehending likewise the attacks against Fort Mifflin on Mud Island, and until it's reduction, 16th November 1777.

Plan of the city of Philadelphia and its environs shewing its defences during the years 1777 & 1778, together with the siege of Mud Island on the River Delaware.

A map of that part of Pensylvania now the principal seat of war in America : wherein may be seen the situation of Philadelphia, Red Bank, Mud Island, & Germantown

Plan of Fort Mifflin on Mud Island, with the batteries on Province Island.

La folie des deux partis, où vue politique de l'etat et de la nation Anglaise, avec les senateurs en personnes

Representation of the action off Mud Fort in the River Delaware ....

Maat van een achtste mud van Enhuizen

Verlegenheiten. No. 11, Himmel! ich bin auf den ersten Deutschen angagirt - ich auch! Nous voila bien arrangés pour faire la premiere valse Danhauser

Disasters of the chase. For'ard! There! Found!

3. The Pseudo-geographic Tortoise (Emys pseudogeographica). 4. The Mud Tortoise (Kinosteron pensylvanicum).

247. Bluish Sea Lamprey (Petromyzon nigricana). 248. Colored Mud Lamprey (Ammocoetes bicolor). 249. Variegated Lamprey (Petromyzon lamottenii). 250. Plain Mud Lamprey (Ammocoetes unicolor). a. Nostril. b. Under side of the mouth.

From the Humboldt Mountains to the Mud Lakes.

From the valley of the Mud Lakes to the Pacific Ocean.

Commissariat difficulties - the road from Balaklava to Sevastopol, at Kadikoi, during the wet weather / W. Simpson del. ; E. Walker lith.

Semiahmoo Bay, from Bluff near entrance of "Mud Bay" with Camp Semiahmoo, Drayton's Harbor and distant view of Mt. Baker to E

Dutch Gap mud scow, sunk by a Rebel shell on Thanksgiving day.

Mud, James - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Dutch Gap mud scow, sunk by a Rebel shell on Thanksgiving day.

The Mud march ... shewing [sic] movement on Bank's Ford Jany. 19th 1863 by Hooker, Franklin & Sumner.

Mud, Samuel - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Mud, Henry - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Life in Camp, Part 1: Stuck in the Mud

Life in Camp, Part 1: Building Castles; Hard Tack; Upset His Coffee; Water Call; A Shell is Coming; Riding on a Rail; Surgeons Call; An Unwelcome Visit; Late for Roll Call; Stuck in the Mud; The Guard House; Tossing in a Blanket

Group of Indians and mud lodge in Pawnee village.

Group of Indians and mud lodge in Pawnee village.

Kennedy [Village]; Kennedy Business Directory.; Mud Creek [Village]; Poland [Township]

Mud puffs.

Mud puffs.

Irish morning scene. Mud Tunnel, e. portal

Characteristic ruin, of the Pueblo San Juan, New Mexico, on the north bank of the San Juan River, about 15 miles west of the mouth of the Cañon Largo. The present race of Indians know nothing of when or by whom these buildings were constructed. The ruin is about 850 feet square, and built of natural stone, joined together by a mud cement.

Characteristic ruin, of the Pueblo San Juan, New Mexico, on the north bank of the San Juan River, about 15 miles west of the mouth of the Cañon Largo. The present race of Indians know nothing of when or by whom these buildings were constructed. The ruin is about 850 feet square, and built of natural stone, joined together by a mud cement.

Characteristic ruin, of the Pueblo San Juan, New Mexico, on the north bank of the San Juan River, about 15 miles west of the mouth of the Cañon Largo. The present race of Indians know nothing of when or by whom these buildings were constructed. The ruin is about 850 feet square, and built of natural stone, joined together by a mud cement.

Characteristic ruin, of the Pueblo San Juan, New Mexico, on the north bank of the San Juan River, about 15 miles west of the mouth of the Cañon Largo. The present race of Indians know nothing of when or by whom these buildings were constructed. The ruin is about 850 feet square, and built of natural stone, joined together by a mud cement.

The Crater of the Mud Volcano.

The Crater of the Mud Volcano.

Through the wilderness E. Forbes

Old Mud Hole.

Old Mud Hole.

A village threshing floor. Showing a primitive threshing-sledge drawn by buffaloes, and a peasant separating the chaff from the grain with a winnowing fork. The huts of the village are formed of mud and sun-dried bricks, roofed with palm tree rafters thatched with stalks of Indian corn, palm leaves, and old mats. The dark patches on the mud walls represent cakes of fuel made of dung and straw ; when thoroughly dry they are stored for use.

Shadûf. The weight of the water in the bucket is balanced by the lump of Nile mud at the other end of the swinging beam, and the water is thus raised to the mouth of the canal with little effort; but pulling the bucket down is hard work, and the machine is ruinously extravagant in labour.

A Mud Geyser Formation.

Obelisk of Heliopolis. Formed of red granite ; it has been so much encroached upon by deposits of mud that a considerable portion of its base is now covered.

The fallen statue of Rameses II at Memphis. The soft mud in which it is embedded has perfectly preserved the well-cut features and all the front part of the figure. During about eight months of the year it is partly covered by the waters of the overflowing Nile.

A Mud Geyser Formation.

Dismal mud swamp.

Dismal mud swamp.

Burmese women only are allowed to hunt for rubies that may escape from the companies washing pans into the mud outisde the wire line, Mogok

Telescoped cars of Mud Run disaster, October 10, 1888

Loggers Camp on Mud Pond

Interior of loggers' camp on Mud Pond in which 39 nights were spent camping

The Johnstown calamity. An ocean of mud.

The Johnstown calamity. An ocean of mud.

The Johnstown calamity. Camped in the mud.

The Johnstown calamity. Camped in the mud.

Ansel Smith's team just over Mud Pond Carry, Umbazooksus - end camping trip

A Helping Hand

Morgongymnastik på Slöjdlärarseminarium, Skallsjö, Nääs.

Lerum station.

Stationsområdet i Norsesund.

Gateparti fra Mørkstugata og Bergmannsgata på Røros

Järnvägsbro med tåg över Säveån.

Lerums stationhus.

Luftballongen tömmes i Lerum, utanför Göteborg. Luftseglaren Cetti och sittande på korgen Oscar Halldin.Bilden troligen tagen med självutlösare.

Floda station.