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Lid and end panels of a lead sarcophagus

This coffin has been attributed to a workshop at Tyre on the grounds of its decorative elements and the fact that the two end panels have different designs—one a temple façade, and the other a star pattern of r... more

Handle end

Iran, Qasr-i Abu Nasr Sasanian

Belt Strap End

Made in Burgundy

Strap End

Made in Niederbreisig, Germany

Strap End

Made in Niederbreisig, Germany

Comb with teeth at each end

Caucasus region Six Dynasties Period

Roof End Tile

The lotus-petal motif, a symbol of Buddhism, adorns this tile, which would have capped off a row of tiles and lined up with other endpieces to form the eaves of a building. The Samguk Yusa (Memorabilla of the T... more

End Paper

Made in Egypt

Vertical Panel with Cupid Holding the End of a Plant Sprouting Tendrils

Ornamental design with a cupid facing right, holding the end of scrolling vines. Jacob Binck (German, Cologne 1494/1500–1569 Kaliningrad (Königsberg))

Design for the End Pier of a Table

Giovanni Battista Naldini (Italian, Fiesole ca. 1537–1591 Florence)

The Year's End from The Peasants' Feast or the Twelve Months

At left, a male figure leads a female to the left. At right, two figures playing bagpipes. From a series of ten prints. Sebald Beham (German, Nuremberg 1500–1550 Frankfurt)

Back end paper xix from BL Harley 3469

Back end paper with British Library conservation details. Image taken from back end paper xix of Splendor Solis (an alchemical treatise) (index Splendor of the Sun). Written in German.

Front end leaf from BL Harley 3469, front end leaf ii

Front end leaf with British Library bibliography notices. Image taken from front end leaf ii of Splendor Solis (an alchemical treatise) (index Splendor of the Sun). Written in German.

Blank folio from BL Harley 3469, front end leaf i verso

Blank folio. Image taken from front end leaf i verso of Splendor Solis (an alchemical treatise) (index Splendor of the Sun). Written in German.

Back end paper xix verso from BL Harley 3469

Red marbled back end paper. Image taken from back end paper xix verso of Splendor Solis (an alchemical treatise) (index Splendor of the Sun). Written in German.

Blank folio from BL Harley 3469, back end paper xviii

Blank folio. Image taken from back end paper xviii of Splendor Solis (an alchemical treatise) (index Splendor of the Sun). Written in German.

Blank folio from BL Harley 3469, front end leaf ii verso

Blank folio. Image taken from front end leaf ii verso of Splendor Solis (an alchemical treatise) (index Splendor of the Sun). Written in German.

Blank folio from BL Harley 3469, back end paper xviii verso

Blank folio. Image taken from back end paper xviii verso of Splendor Solis (an alchemical treatise) (index Splendor of the Sun). Written in German.

Front end leaf from BL Harley 3469, front end leaf i

Red marbled front end leaf. Image taken from front end leaf i of Splendor Solis (an alchemical treatise) (index Splendor of the Sun). Written in German.

Streams and Mountains Without End

Unidentified Artist Qing dynasty (1644–1911)

End Panel of a Sash

Through the eighteenth century, the ever popular flowering plants of the Shah Jahan period transformed into pinecone-shaped clusters of buds emanating from roots of stylized leaves. Attributed to India, Kashmir

Cravat end

The lavish use of expensive Venetian laces at the court of Louis XIV convinced his finance minister, Jean-Baptiste Colbert, to establish a competing French lace industry. The term point de France originally ref... more

Streams and Mountains without End

A close friend and follower of Dong Qichang (1555–1636), Zhao Zuo is said to have served occasionally as Dong's "substitute brush," or ghost painter. In this scroll, however, Zhao has followed the manner of the... more

Fireworks display celebrating the end of the Thirty Years War, Nuremberg, 1650

Copy of a print by Peter Troschel after a drawing by Michael Herz. Anonymous