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Decorated letter from BL Harley 7586A, f. 2

Death from BL Harley 2936, f. 84

Bell

St. Clement I, Bishop of Rome, holding a key and a cross-staff

Heilige Chrysanthus en Heilige Daria van Rome, Heilige Crispinus en Heilige Crispinianus van Soissons, Heilige Evaristus, Heilige Frumentius van Ethiopië (25-27 oktober)

Pope Eleutherius from BL Eg 3028, f. 4

Pax with the Virgin and Child and Young St. John

Diagram of the sun from BL Harley 3735, f. 18

Upper cover from BL Eg 1139, Upper cover

David from BL Eg 1139, Upper cover

Housing the stranger from BL Eg 1139, Lower cover

Lower cover from BL Eg 1139, Lower cover

Visiting the sick from BL Eg 1139, Lower cover

Feeding the hungry from BL Eg 1139, Lower cover

Clothing the naked from BL Eg 1139, Lower cover

David from BL Eg 1139, Upper cover

Anointing of David from BL Eg 1139, Upper cover

Visiting the imprisoned from BL Eg 1139, Lower cover

David and Goliath from BL Eg 1139, Upper cover

David from BL Eg 1139, Upper cover

Giving drink to the thirsty from BL Eg 1139, Lower cover

David from BL Eg 1139, Upper cover

St. Athanasius, Bishop of Rome

The martyrdom of St. Laurence of Rome: he is roasted on a gridiron

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

An angel offers St. Cecilia and St. Valerian of Rome crowns of roses and lilies

St. Felicity of Rome sees her seven sons beheaded

Spiral Column Shaft

St. Agnes of Rome and the son of the prefect of Rome who tries to violate her

Decorated letter from BL Harley 7586A, f. 2

Building of Rome from BL Royal 20 D I, f. 225

Hannibal from BL Royal 20 D I, f. 280v

Gauls in Rome from BL Royal 20 D I, f. 237

Rape of the Sabines from BL Royal 20 D I, f. 225v

Troy, Rome, Contantinople, and Galatea from BL Royal 20 D I, f. 26v

Satuminus from BL Royal 20 D I, f. 338

Totila from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 38v

Chilperic from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 40v

Charles of Anjou from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 429v

Eardwulf of Northumbria from BL Royal 16 G VI, f. 145v

St. Peter as the first bishop of Rome

Capital (one of a series)

Pope Sixtus IV

Head of Christ

Medal: Bust of Gianbattista Orsini

Capital

Shaft (part of a pilaster)

Capital (one of a series)

Capital

Head of Christ

Full-page miniature showing John before the provost, and en route to Rome. Text, with red placemarkers.

Romulus from BL YT 28, f. 54

Caesar from BL YT 28, f. 55

St. Agnes of Rome and St. Cecilia of Rome

Miniature showing 1. warring factions of Romans and Palmirians represented by a joust scene; 2. procession into Rome, with Zenobia paraded before the emperor as a prisoner. Initial, rubric, border design.

St. Laurence of Rome holding a gridiron and a book

Miniature showing 1. Isis inscribing book of laws amidst a group of farmers; 2. the apotheosis of Io and the goddess adored in her temple at Rome; 3. Io's ship with its sail furled. Initial, border design.

Miniature showing the Cumean Sibyl (Amalthea) as she presents the last three sibylline books to Tarquin, King of Rome, seated on a throne, offering a gold ball to the Sibyl in exchange for the books. Initial, border design.

The martyrdom of St. Cecilia of Rome and St. Valerian: they are beheaded

St. Eustace of Rome crossing a river, his two sons are seized by a wolf and a lion

St. Agnes of Rome holding a palm, a lamb at her feet

St. Laurence of Rome holding a gridiron and a book

The martyrdom of St. Laurence of Rome: he is roasted on a gridiron

St. Laurence of Rome holding a book and a gridiron

St. Peter as pope (first bishop of Rome)

Coat of arms of a Pope of the Piccolomini Family

Ring with the Name of Pope Paul II (r. 1464–71)

St. Cornelius, Bishop of Rome, holding a book and a hunting horn

St. Laurence of Rome holding a gridiron and a book

St. Sylvester, Bishop of Rome, holding a cross-staff and a book

St. Agnes of Rome holding a palm and a book, a lamb at her feet

St. Cornelius, Bishop of Rome, holding a hunting horn and a cross-staff

The occupation of Rome by the Gauls and C. Fabius Dorsuo's sacrifice to gods: three corpses, a man holding a lamb

Pontifex Maximus Metellus forbids Consul and Flamen of Mars Postumius, who wanted to leave Rome for a military campaign in Africa, to abandon his religious duties

A Sabine man wanted to offer his exceptionally big and beautiful cow to Diana to procure world domination for the Sabines in accordance with the prediction of an oracle; the Roman priest tells him that he has to wash himself in the water of the Tiber before killing the animal; while the Sabine man washes himself, the priest quickly immolates the cow, safeguarding Rome's world domination

M. Furius Camillus after a siege of 10 years taking and destroying Veii, a powerful Etrurian city, larger and more magnificent than Rome

Numa Pompilius, king of Rome, compels the people to observe religious ordinances

Athanasius from BL YT 6, f. 92

Detail: Decorated initial from BL YT 6, f. 190

Virgin and Child from BL YT 6, f. 13

Virgin and Child from BL YT 6, f. 13

Death on horseback from BL YT 6, f. 137

Image from BL YT 6, f. 176v

Detail: Border from BL YT 6, f. 105

Border from BL YT 6, f. 13

Detail: Border from BL YT 6, f. 105

Death on horseback from BL YT 6, f. 137

Detail: David in penitence from BL YT 6, f. 105

Border from BL YT 6, f. 13

Detail: Athanasius from BL YT 6, f. 92

David in penitence from BL YT 6, f. 105

Decorated initial from BL YT 6, f. 190

Caesar's army from BL Royal 17 F II, f. 194

Caesar's army from BL Royal 17 F II, f. 194

Triumph of Caesar from BL Royal 17 F II, f. 330

Rome from BL Royal 17 F II, f. 180v

Triumph of Caesar from BL Royal 17 F II, f. 330

Rome from BL Royal 17 F II, f. 180v

Camillius from BL Royal 19 E V, f. 98v

Senate from BL Royal 19 E V, f. 238