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U.S.S. Chicago, one of the crew

[King Palden Thondup Namgyal accepting scarves, including one scarf from Alice Kandell, at his coronation, Gangtok, Sikkim]

Spirally twisted tubular armlet with one goose-head terminal preserved

One Edged Comb

One Edged Comb

Linga with One Face of Shiva (Ekamukhalinga)

Woman's tunic with silk decoration at collar and one cuff

Long hooks, one twisted (b)

Length of leather with V-shaped design on one side

One of the Four Guardian Kings

Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara with One Thousand Hands and One Thousand Eyes (Qianshou Qianyan Guanyin)

Page from Illustrations and Explanations of the Three Jewels (Sanbō e-kotoba), one of the “Tōdaiji Fragments” (Tōdaiji-gire)

One Hundred Buffaloes

St. Eustace of Rome crossing a river, one of his sons is seized by a lion

One man clubbing another from BL Royal 10 E IV, f. 84v

One knight unhorsing another from BL Royal 10 E IV, f. 313v

One of the Twelve Devas: Bonten

One of the Twelve Devas: Katen

Christ and the ten lepers; one leper, a Samaritan, sent to the priest by Christ, returns and kneels before him

Detached section from scroll one from A Long Tale for an Autumn Night (Aki no yo nagamonogatari), now remounted in original position as part of 2002.459.1

Capital (one of a series)

One of the Seven Falls of Christ (Schr. 683)

One of the Seven Falls of Christ (Schr. 655)

Capital (one of a series)

One of the Seven Falls of Christ (Schr. 645)

Reliquary bust of one of Saint Ursula’s virgins

The Wrathful Bon Deity Walse Ngampa, One of the Five Fortress Meditational Deities

Trisala on Her Couch (left) / The Goddess Sri, One of the Fourteen Lucky Dreams (right); Page from a Dispersed Kalpa Sutra (Jain Book of Rituals)

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 Amalekite messenger who brings David the message of Saul's death is put to death by one of David's soldiers

Maria mediatrix: Mary showing Christ one of her breasts (damaged: the figure of Mary is cut out of the page)

Samson slaying one thousand Philistines with an ass's jaw-bone

Seven sorrows of the Virgin (4): Christ led away from the Garden of Gethsemane to Jerusalem; one of the apostles informs Mary about the arrest

A sitting man with four women; three of the women carry attributes: one holds a sword, one a crown, the third a mirror (2nd of 2)

Unidentified scene of a king or an emperor who may be settling a dispute or consulting his advisers(?): a man kneels before him, holding an open book; of a group of four men one is also holding an open book.

The death of Saul; the Amalekite messenger who brings David the message of Saul's death is put to death by one of David's soldiers

Two nude men: one standing, one reclining / Micarino, fec.

The Triumph of the Cardinal Virtues: Temperance, Prudence, Fortitude and Justice (one of a series)

Three generals, Carinas, Cloelius and Brutus, with three armies surrounding Pompey to annihilate him: Pompey collects all his forces to attack the army of Brutus; when he brought down one of the Celtic horsemen of that army, the rest fled

The Triumph of Poverty (one of a series)

The Triumph of Humility (one of a series)

The Triumph of Virtues: Justice, Peace and Abundance (one of a series)

The Triumph of the Church (one of a series)

The death of Cinna: one of the centurions who pursued him stabs him with his sword

Coin (One and a Half Thaler) Showing Ferdinand I

The Climbers: three naked men, one seen from behind climbing onto a river-bank, soldiers emerge from the forest in the background

The Lamb and the book with the seven seals surrounded by twelve apostles (the word 'Moyse' is written above St. Thomas, who is holding one of his attribute: the girdle)

Sudarium Held by One Angel

The Sudarium Held by One Angel

The Sudarium Held by One Angel

Song of One Year

Lucretia, one of the nine worthiest women(?)

Plate 8: Psyche seated at a table attended by invisible servants, as Cupid rests his head on her shoulder, at right four men standing singing from an open book, one playing a lute, from the Story of Cupid and Psyche as told by Apuleius

Three putti before a large garland, the one in the middle rides an ostrich, from a series of tapestries made for Leo X

Design for One Half of an Ornamental Border

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

The One to Whom Fortune Is Playing Will Dance Merrily from Six Sayings about Fortune

One Begs in Vain at the Door of the Deaf, from Twelve Flemish Proverbs

Scene from the Last Judgment, Study for the Fresco Decoration of One of the Segments of the Cupola of the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence

The Commandment to Love One Another

Studies for a Decorative Object (Banner or Pendentive?) Representing Allegorical Figures, One of Which Appears to Be Fortitude

Footed Cup (one from a set of five)

Figures Gathered Before a Group of Buildings, One with a Colonnade (recto); Corner View of a Building all'antica (verso)

Mail Hood and One Piece Suit

A "Watership" Carrying Water for Salt Works and Another One Carrying Water for the Breweries

Footed Cup (one from a set of five)

One Hundred Boys

Footed Cup (one from a set of five)

Footed Cup (one from a set of five)

Case (Inrō) with Design of Sages Seated on Verandah, One holding a Fan

Footed Cup (one from a set of five)

One side of a pillow slip

Footed Cup (one from a set of five)

Case (Inrō) with Design of Foreigners, One holding a Cock

Floorplan, Facade and Cross Section of one of the Chapels at Chateau d'Anet, from "Les plus excellents bastiments de France"

Hercules and the Hind of Mount Cerynea: Hercules strides alongside the hind and grasps the base of one antler with his right hand, from the series 'The Labors of Hercules'

Four sketches of birds and one design for a grotesque mask, mounted together

Selected Scenes from One Poem Each by One Hundred Poets: Poem by Emperor Kōkō

Album of Ninety-eight Prints from the series Ogura Imitations of One Hundred Poems by One Hundred Poets (Ogura nazorae hyakunin isshu)

[2 sea serpents; one attacking ship]

Bearded man, dressed in rags, holding his head with one hand and a walking stick with the other, from the series 'The beggars' (Les gueux)

Four Figures Studies, One of a Standing Archer

Three profile heads, one in outline only

Landscape with bridge traversing a river occupied with three small boats, one of which is encroaching the near river bank, in the foreground are a rocky outcrop and a figure lifting a circular dish above a seated figure

The Small Lion Hunt (with One Lion)

Four Tulips: Boter man (Butter Man), Joncker (Nobleman), Grote geplumaceerde (The Great Plumed One), and Voorwint (With the Wind)

A rowboat full of men in center, a group of men standing on shore at left, a ship full of men, one firing a pistol, at right, from 'Set of eight nautical landscapes' (Suite de huit Marines)

A fan with a rebus on Love on one side Fortune on the other

Plate 22: a beggar woman with three children, one child on her shoulders, one child in her arms, and one child who walks in front of her to left, from 'Diversi capricci'

Plate 22: a beggar woman with three children, one child on her shoulders, one child in her arms, and one child who walks in front of her to left, from 'Diversi capricci'

[Allegorical scene of Madonna holding Jesus in one arm and holding anchor chain of Spanish galleon in other hand; Chilean city in background]

Study from the Nude: Man Seated on Ground, with One Leg Extended

A woman seated to left holding a child, facing right in profile, conversing with a standing woman in center, carrying one child on her back and another in her arms, a church to left in background and boats to right in background, from 'Various figures and lands' (Diverse figure e paesi)

A woman seated to left holding a child, facing right in profile, conversing with a standing woman in center, carrying one child on her back and another in her arms, a church to left in background and boats to right in background, from 'Various figures and lands' (Diverse figure e paesi)

A peasant woman, standing in center facing right, carrying one basket on her head and another in her right arm, another peasant woman on a donkey and a figure on foot to left in the background, from 'Various figures and lands' (Diverse figure e paesi)

Renard Lies that the Rabbit Insulted One of His Children from Hendrick van Alcmar's Renard The Fox

Eight vases, the largest one in center with sculptures of a nymph and a faun, Plate 4 from: 'Collection of Various Vases' (Raccolta di Vasi Diversi)

A Turkish man with a beard and turban with one long feather in front, turned three-quarters to the right, an oval composition, from 'Several heads in the Persian style' (Plusieurs têtes coiffées à la persienne)

A galley covered in sails to left, six cannons and four people to left in foreground, one man seated at far left smoking a pipe, a man assisting others disembarking from rowboats to right, other rowboats and ships in the background, from 'Views of the port of Livorno' (Vues du port de Livourne)

A galley covered in sails to left, six cannons and four people to left in foreground, one man seated at far left smoking a pipe, a man assisting others disembarking from rowboats to right, other rowboats and ships in the background, from 'Views of the port of Livorno' (Vues du port de Livourne)