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Block Statue of the God's Father Pameniuwedja, son of Nesmin and Nestefnut
The God's Father, Prophet of Amun in Karnak, Ankhpakhered, son of Nesmin and Tadisetdiankh
Block Statue of the God's Father Pameniuwedja, son of Nesmin and Nestefnut
The God's Father, Prophet of Amun in Karnak, Ankhpakhered, son of Nesmin and Tadisetdiankh
Mummy label of  Petemin, the son of Petempto, whose father was Petemin the Younger; his mother Thatre

Mummy label of Petemin, the son of Petempto, whose father was Petemin...

From Egypt; Possibly from Northern Upper Egypt, Akhmim (Khemmis, Panopolis) Roman Period

Panels from a Funerary Couch (Guanchuang)
The young Siyâvush, son of Kay Kâ'ûs, on his way from Zâbulistân to his father's court with his army is showered with gold and ambergris by the people.

The young Siyâvush, son of Kay Kâ'ûs, on his way from Zâbulistân to hi...

Life of the Prophet Muhammad written at the order of the Mamluk sultan al-Mansûr 'Alâ' al-Dîn 'Alî (d. 778/1376). The work was first illustrated during the reign of the Ottoman sultan Murâd III.

The Nine Choirs of Angels surround Jesus, God the Father, and Mary from BL YT 31, f. 40v

The Nine Choirs of Angels surround Jesus, God the Father, and Mary fro...

Miniature of the Nine Choirs of Angels. In the central roundel are seated God, Christ, and the Virgin Mary in prayer; they are surrounded by the text of the Sanctus repeated three times. Around this roundel a... More

Isaac, sitting, blesses Jacob who, disguised in Esau's clothes, brings food to his father; Rebekah also holds a dish; Esau returns with venison
Father of the church from BL Eg 2339, f. 21v

Father of the church from BL Eg 2339, f. 21v

Drawing of a standing Father of the Greek church, and decorated initials. Image taken from f. 21v of Hymns and prayers, preceded by extracts from the Fathers, and followed by other prayers, imperfect. Written in Greek.

Miniature of God the Father with angels. from BL Sloane 3049, f. 13

Miniature of God the Father with angels. from BL Sloane 3049, f. 13

Miniature of God the Father with angels. Image taken from f. 13 of Livre des anges. Written in French.

"Zal is Restored to his Father Sam by the Simurgh", Folio from a Shahnama (Book of Kings)
The Trinity: God the Father holding the crucifix (Mercy-Seat)
Dispute on the great number of pagan gods; God the Father, Virtue and Happiness (background)
The Trinity: God the Father, Christ and the Holy Spirit as a dove
Trinity: God the Father, Christ and the Holy Spirit as a dove
Angels and devils fighting over souls that are represented as small human beings; the souls are carried to heaven by angels and welcomed by God the Father
God the Father holding the body of Christ (Not Gottes); Holy Spirit not present (4th of 5)
The Trinity: God the Father holding the body of Christ (Not Gottes)
The Trinity: God the Father holding the body of Christ (Not Gottes)
The Trinity: God the Father holding the body of Christ (Not Gottes), with two angels
God the Father, Michael, John the Baptist, John the Evangelist from BL Stowe 28, ff. 64v-65

God the Father, Michael, John the Baptist, John the Evangelist from BL...

Small miniatures with God the Father, Michael, John the Baptist, John the Evangelist, and foliate compartiment borders, in the suffrages. Image taken from ff. 64v-65 of Book of Hours, Use of Rome. Written in La... More

Zacharias, father of John the Baptist from BL Harley 2449, f. 168

Zacharias, father of John the Baptist from BL Harley 2449, f. 168

Miniature of an angel addressing Zacharias, father of John the Baptist, who kneels in front of an altar. Image taken from f. 168 of Prayers for saints' vigils with a calendar. Written in Latin.

The Trinity: God the Father holding the body of Christ (Not Gottes)
Mary and God the Father
St. Augustine, Varro and Cicero disputing on prosperity before emperor Octavian sitting on his throne; God the Father as bearded old man (background)
God the Father from BL Harley 1797, f. 1

God the Father from BL Harley 1797, f. 1

Historiated initial 'D'(ominica) of God the Father gold combined with a full foliate bar border at the beginning of the Temporal. Image taken from f. 1 of Missal, Use of Sarum (volume 1). Written in Latin.

Fides chasing away devils, while men and women are kneeling before Christ interceding with God the Father
Pagans kneeling before devils; Christians kneeling before God the Father (background)
God the Father
The Egyptian king Nectanebus (father of Alexander in the romance), with Alexander the Great
The Trinity: God the Father holding the crucifix (Mercy-Seat)
The Trinity: God the Father, Christ and the Holy Spirit as a dove
God the Father sheltering men and animals under his mantle
The Trinity: God the Father holding the crucifix (Mercy-Seat)
God the Father
The Trinity: God the Father, Christ and the Holy Spirit as a dove
The Trinity: God the Father, Christ and the Holy Spirit as a dove
The Trinity: God the Father holding the body of Christ (Not Gottes); adoring angels; Sts. John the Baptist, Stephen, Peter, Martin, Mary Magdalene
God the Father and the Holy Spirit, represented as a dove
St. Augustine and Apuleius with theologians and philosophers discussing; Christians adoring God the Father in heaven and the Romans worshipping idols
God the Father from BL Harley 2921, f. 73v

God the Father from BL Harley 2921, f. 73v

Miniature of God the Father and foliate borders, at the beginning of the Seven Penitential Psalms. Image taken from f. 73v of Book of Hours, Use of Rome. Written in Latin.

God the Father from BL Royal 19 B XV, f. 13v

God the Father from BL Royal 19 B XV, f. 13v

Detail of a miniature of a medallion with God the Father on the left, with an alter below. On the right, angels with trumpets and a censer and the pouring of fire on the earth, in illustration of Revelation 8:... More

God the Father from BL Royal 19 B XV, f. 43v

God the Father from BL Royal 19 B XV, f. 43v

Detail of a miniature of God the Father holding the Lamb, and the city and tree of life, and the river. Image taken from f. 43v of Apocalypse, with commentary (The 'Queen Mary Apocalypse'), with the prologue of... More

God the Father with angels, Christ, souls and devils: the man Christ (Word incarnate) is the Mediator between God and men
God the Father sends the angel to make the soldiers victorious, instead of Victory sent by Jupiter
The coronation of Mary by God the Father
The mocking of Noah: Ham derides the nakedness of his drunken father
The Trinity: God the Father holding the body of Christ (Not Gottes)
Christ interceding with God the Father for the humble and the mighty
The Trinity: God the Father, Christ and the Holy Spirit as a dove
Christians (men of wisdom) adoring God the Father; other men carried away by devils; table with a jug and some food (taste) and cloth (feeling); sun and the moon
Demons using every effort to distract the men from their prayer; God the Father with angels; tortures in hell
King Evilmerodach tears the corpse of his father into three hundred pieces and feeds the birds
The coronation of Mary by an angel before the Holy Trinity in heaven: God the Father and Christ enthroned, the Holy Spirit as a dove
The Trinity: God the Father holding the crucifix (Mercy-Seat)
God the Father and angels from BL Sloane 3049, f. 2

God the Father and angels from BL Sloane 3049, f. 2

Miniature of God the Father and angels, decorated initial 'A'(ngelique), and full foliate border, at the beginning of the Livre des anges. Image taken from f. 2 of Livre des anges. Written in French.

God the Father showing a book inscribed with an alpha and an omega
The Trinity: God the Father holding the body of Christ (Not Gottes)
The Trinity: God the Father holding the youthful Christ (Emmanuel) in his lap
Phanie, daughter of king Croesus, explains the dreams of her father
God the Father
God the Father from BL Royal 19 B XV, f. 13v

God the Father from BL Royal 19 B XV, f. 13v

Miniature of a medallion with God the Father on the left, with an alter below. On the right, angels with trumpets and a censer and the pouring of fire on the earth, in illustration of Revelation 8:2-4. Image t... More

The Trinity: God the Father holding the crucifix (Mercy-Seat)
Martyrs; Juno as power of the air with demons and souls; God the Father and angels (background)
The coronation of Mary by God the Father
Christ as mediator: Christ showing his wounds to his Father
God the Father and God the Son from BL Royal 1 D X, f. 98

God the Father and God the Son from BL Royal 1 D X, f. 98

Detail of an historiated initial 'D'(ixit) of God the Father and God the Son, at the beginning of Psalm 109. Image taken from f. 98 of Psalter (index Old Testament, Bible). Written in Latin.

The Trinity: God the Father holding the crucifix (Mercy-Seat)
The Trinity: God the Father holding the body of Christ (Not Gottes)
The Trinity: God the Father holding the body of Christ (Not Gottes)
The Trinity: God the Father, Christ and the Holy Spirit as a dove
The Trinity: God the father holding the body of Christ (Not Gottes)
Plaque with God The Father
The two extremes of the nature: the highest occupied by the Trinity (God the Father and Christ enthroned and Holy Spirit as dove) representing eternal bliss and the lowest by mankind (men sick and dying, and women despairing) representing misery and mortality;
scholars
Christian cult of martyrs: martyrs in heaven with God the Father and angels; martyrdom of St. John, St. Cyprian of Carthage and St. Apollonia
Redemption: God the Father sends the Christ-Child to Mary who is praying outside a chapel; sinners are praying inside the chapel
The Trinity: God the Father holding the body of Christ (Not Gottes)
The Trinity: God the Father holding the crucifix (Mercy-Seat), with male and female worshippers
The coronation of Mary by God the Father
The healing of Tobit: Tobias puts the gall of the fish on his father's eyes
The coronation of Mary by God the Father (2nd of 3)
God the Father holding an orb with a cross; Mary praying (initial facing a miniature of the Annunciation)
Men and women praying; God the Father in heaven and devils as mediator between men and God (background)
Adoration of the Christ-Child by Mary and Joseph; Isaiah and John; God the Father and the Holy Spirit
The Trinity: God the Father, Christ and the Holy Spirit as a dove
God the Father from BL YT 37, f. 103

God the Father from BL YT 37, f. 103

Detail of a miniature of God the Father, at the beginning of the Penitential Psalms. Image taken from f. 103 of Book of Hours, Use of Bourges, with a Parisian calendar. Written in Latin, with a calendar in French.

Men worshipping angels; angels pointing to God the Father asking them to worship only the true God
A Platonist explaining the creation of the world and all creatures (men, animals, plants, angels...) by an immutable being (God); God the Father with angels
The coronation of Mary by God the Father, Christ and the Holy Spirit
Christ baptizing men whose souls ascend to God the Father in heaven; Redemption
The angels as blessed and eternal, contemplating God the Father; the demons conjecture temporal matters; group of men and women discussing; sun and moon
The Trinity: God the Father holding the crucifix (Mercy-Seat)
The Trinity: God the Father, Christ and the Holy Spirit as a dove
The coronation of Mary by God the Father
God the Father from BL Harley 2919, f. 19

God the Father from BL Harley 2919, f. 19

Miniature of God the Father, initial 'M'(on) and foliate border, at the beginning of the prayer Mon benoist dieu. Image taken from f. 19 of Added prayer, Mon benoist dieu. Written in French.

The healing of Tobit: Tobias puts the gall of the fish on his father's eyes
The Trinity: God the father holding the crucifix (Mercy-Seat); King Bochus and the prophet Sidrac, inspired by an angel
"Zal is Restored to his Father Sam by the Simurgh", Folio from a Shahnama (Book of Kings)

"Zal is Restored to his Father Sam by the Simurgh", Folio from a Shahn...

Abu'l Qasim Firdausi (935–1020) Attributed to Northwestern Iran or Baghdad

God the Father from BL YT 37, f. 103

God the Father from BL YT 37, f. 103

Miniature of God the Father, with a decorated initial 'D'(omine) and a full foliate border, at the beginning of the Penitential Psalms. Image taken from f. 103 of Book of Hours, Use of Bourges, with a Parisian ... More

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