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Young woman modeling a two-piece swim suit in Tampa, Florida

Nora Carrol and Lois Duncan Steinmetz: Sarasota, Florida

Nora Carrol and Lois Duncan Steinmetz: Sarasota, Florida

Lois Duncan Steinmetz (left) and Polly Gaines in a motorboat: Sarasota, Florida

The Pinnevik bathe in Lysekil, Bohuslän, Sweden

Porphyry support for a water basin

Fragment of a Stand for Water Jars

Cuthbert blessing water from BL YT 26, f. 54

Water Bird

Water Bird

Water Spout in the Form of a Makara

Water Spout in the Form of a Makara

Water Bird

Water Spout in the Form of a Makara

Water Spout in the Form of a Makara

Holy Water Vessel

Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara in Water Moon Form (Shuiyue Guanyin)

Stand for Water Jar

Demons on an Elephant with Nan Brah Dharani, the Earth Goddess, Wringing Water from Her Hair

Water Spout with a Makara Head and a Head of a Monk

Egrets in Water Reeds

The Israelites cross the Red Sea; Pharaoh's army perishes in the water

Medallion with Hunting Dog Attacking Boar Crossing Water

Dyer with water pot from BL Royal 10 E IV, f. 141v

Man pouring water on a monk from BL Royal 10 E IV, f. 91

Water Filter

Water Filter

Water Filter

Water Filter

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Water Filter

Water Filter

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Water Filter

"Yazdegird I Kicked to Death by the Water Horse", Folio from a Shahnama (Book of Kings)

Water Filter

Water Filter

Water Filter

Water Well

Water Filter

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Water Filter

"Design for the Water Clock of the Peacocks", from the Kitab fi ma'rifat al-hiyal al-handasiyya (Book of the Knowledge of Ingenious Mechanical Devices) by Badi' al-Zaman b. al Razzaz al-Jazari

Gideon chooses his soldiers by the way they drink the water

Aqua (water) from BL Royal 6 E VI, f. 126v

Aqua (water) from BL Royal 6 E VI, f. 125v

The siege of Bethuliah: the people complain to the elders about the lack of water

An angel wakes Elijah; a loaf of bread and a jar of water are at Elijah's side

Rebekah gives water to the camels of Eliezer who is holding two rings

The marriage-feast at Cana: Christ changes water into wine

David in the water praying to God in heaven

Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara in Water Moon Form (Shuiyue Guanyin)

Water Deity (Chalchiuhtlicue)

Head of a Water Deity (Chalchiuhtlicue)

Holy Water Basin

Water dropper in the form of a rhinoceros

Incense Box (Kōgō) with Cartwheels Submerged in Water

Water Deity (Chalchiuhtlicue)

David in the water

David in the water

The Israelites cross the Red Sea; Pharaoh and his army perish in the water

Three of David's heroes draw water out of the well of Bethlehem, during their stay in the cave Adullam

St. Maurus of Glanfeuil, walking on the water, saves St. Placidius from drowning

Christ appears at the Lake of Gennesaret, St. Peter walks on the water

Man drinking from a water bottle

Constellation: Hydra (The Sea Serpent or the Water Serpent), Corvus (The Crow or the Raven) and the Crater (the Cup)

A priest blessing the water

Two men reading; a woman, wearing a crown, and standing in the water or perhaps emerging from it, is seen through a window (1st of 2)

Gideon selects his warriors by the way they drink the water

The Israelites cross the Red Sea; Pharaoh's army perishes in the water

Christ walking on water from BL Royal 15 D I, f. 302v

Christ walking on water from BL Royal 15 D I, f. 302v

David in the water

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

The Vestal virgin Tuccia accused of adultery; Tuccia, being helped by Vesta, carrying water in a sieve to prove her chastity

"The Anecdote of the Man Who Fell into the Water", Folio 44r from a Mantiq al-tair (Language of the Birds)