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The Sibyl and Emperor Augustus

Christine and the Sibyl from BL Harley 4431, f. 189v

Christine and Sibyl from BL Harley 4431, f. 188

Erithrean Sibyl from BL Royal 16 G V, f. 23

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 Delphic Sibyl, from Prophets and Sibyls

Symbolic Figure (a Sibyl?)

The Phrygian Sibyl

Augustus and the Tiburtine Sibyl

The Cumaean Sibyl before Tarquin the Proud

The Cumean Sibyl

The Tiburtine sibyl and the Emperor Augustus

The Persian Sibyl

The Epirian Sibyl

The Delphic Sibyl

The Libyan Sibyl

The Cumaean Sibyl

The Eritrean Sibyl

The Tiburtine Sibyl

The Colophonian Sibyl

The Samian Sibyl

The Hellespontine Sibyl

Sibyl Announcing the Birth of Christ to the Emperor Augustus

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

European Sibyl, from the series of Sibyls

Phrygian Sibyl, from the series of Sibyls

Delphic Sibyl, from the series of Sibyls

Tiburtine Sibyl, from the series of Sibyls

Erythrean Sibyl, from the series of Sibyls

Helleoportic Sibyl, from the series of Sibyls

Samarian Sibyl, from the series of Sibyls

Agrippine Sibyl, from the series of Sibyls

Libyan Sibyl, from the series of Sibyls

Persian Sibyl, from the series of Sibyls

Cumean Sibyl, from the series of Sibyls

The Sibyl Aprippa

Seated Sibyl and Attendant Genius (recto); Study of the Head of a Horse in Profile (verso)

The Cumeaean sibyl walking to the right and carrying a tray, followed by three women, set within an elaborate frame

A Sibyl

The Tirburtine Sibyl telling the Emperor Augustus of the coming in Christ, after Parmigianino

The Delphic Sibyl; from the series of Prophets and Sibyls in the Sistine Chapel

The Eritrean Sibyl; from the series of Prophets and Sibyls in the Sistine Chapel

The Delphic Sibyl; from the series of Prophets and Sibyls in the Sistine Chapel

The Eritrean Sibyl; from the series of Prophets and Sibyls in the Sistine Chapel

The Persian Sibyl; from the series of Prophets and Sibyls in the Sistine Chapel

The Eritrean Sibyl; from the series of Prophets and Sibyls in the Sistine Chapel

The Persian Sibyl; from the series of Prophets and Sibyls in the Sistine Chapel

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

Plate 9: the Phrygian Sibyl holding the top of a tablet with her left hand and pointing with her right, from the series of 'Sibyls'

Aeneas and the Cumaean Sibyl Entering the Infernal Regions

The Temple of the Sibyl at Tivoli (from Landscapes and Ruins)

A Sibyl Holding a Scroll (Study for the Cimmerian Sibyl)

The Sibyl

Apollo and the Cumaean Sibyl

Altra V. del Tempio della Sibilla in Tivoli (Another view of the Temple of the Sibyl in Tivoli)

View of the Temple of the Temple of the Sibyl at Tivoli, from Vedute di Roma (Roman Views)

The Cumaean Sibyl (after Michelangelo)

The Cumaean Sibyl after the fresco by Michelangelo in the Sistine Chapel

The Delphic Sibyl after the fresco by Michelangelo in the Sistine Chapel

Le Kaire [Cairo] (Citadelle). 1-4. Puits de Joseph; 5-10. Plan et détails de la Mosquée de Soultân Qalâoun; 11.12. Détails d'une porte; 13. Citerne appellée Sibyl Kikheyd; 14. Tombeau en marbre.

Sibyl ou Fontaine et Ecole de Souk-el-asr, au Kaire

The Libyan Sibyl

Sibyl d'Ahmed Hoceyn Margouch (XVIIIe. siècle)

Arabesques : faïences murales du sibyl d'Abd-el-Rahmân Kyahya (XVIIIe. siècle)

Sibyl de Qaytbay, près de Roumelyeh, parties de la façade (XVe. siècle)

Arabesques : porte du sibyl d'Abd-el-Rahman Kyahya (XVIIIe. siècle)

A New England sibyl

The Cumaean Sibyl

Sibyl Johnstone, from the Actors and Actresses series (N45, Type 8) for Virginia Brights Cigarettes

The Tiburtine Sibyl reveals to Emperor Augustus a vision of the Madonna

Nativity; Tiburtine sibyl

Aeneas and the Sibyl in the Underworld

Book IV, plate 7: the fountain of the Tiburtine sibyl in the garden at Villa d'Este, Tivoli, from the series 'The fountains of the Este garden in Tivoli' (Le fontane del Giardino Estense in Tivoli)

St. Augustine and Cumaean Sibyl refuting Porphyrius; Christ baptizing men and women, and freeing them from domination of the demons (background)

Aeneas and the Sibyl in the Underworld

The Libyan Sibyl

Augustus and the Sibyl

Sibyl Marston

Sibyl

Sibyl seated before an open book upon which she rests her left hand, she twists her face away from the book and holds a vessel in her right hand

Allegorical female statutette of a Virtue or Sibyl

The sibyl's temple

Sibyl

Sibyl

Sibyl reading a book / R.

Sibyl reading a book / R.

Sibyl Marston

Sibyl Marston