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Topic: jonathan

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Jonathan killing Philistines from BL Royal 2 B VII, f. 51

Detail of an upper register miniature of Jonathan killing Philistines and eating honey Image taken from f. 51 of Psalter ('The Queen Mary Psalter'). Written in Latin, with French image captions.

Jonathan and David from BL Royal 2 B VII, f. 51

Miniature of Jonathan killing Philistines and eating honey, in the upper register; miniature of the anointing of David, in the lower register. Image taken from f. 51 of Psalter ('The Queen Mary Psalter'). Writt... more

Demetrius and Jonathan from BL Royal 15 D I, f. 151v

Detail of a miniature of Demetrius and Jonathan. Image taken from f. 151v of La Bible Historiale, part 4 (Bible Historiale of Edward IV). Written in French.

Jonathan from BL Royal 15 D I, f. 154

Detail of a miniature of Jonathan defeating the princes who revolted against Demetrius, with a partial border. Image taken from f. 154 of La Bible Historiale, part 4 (Bible Historiale of Edward IV). Written in French.

Jonathan from BL Royal 15 D I, f. 154

Detail of a miniature of Jonathan defeating the princes who revolted against Demetrius. Image taken from f. 154 of La Bible Historiale, part 4 (Bible Historiale of Edward IV). Written in French.

Demetrius and Jonathan from BL Royal 15 D I, f. 151v

Miniature of Demetrius and Jonathan, with a partial border. Image taken from f. 151v of La Bible Historiale, part 4 (Bible Historiale of Edward IV). Written in French.

Jonathan from BL Royal 15 D I, f. 154

Detail of a miniature of Jonathan defeating the princes who revolted against Demetrius. Image taken from f. 154 of La Bible Historiale, part 4 (Bible Historiale of Edward IV). Written in French.

Jonathan from BL Royal 15 D I, f. 154

Miniature of Jonathan defeating the princes who revolted against Demetrius, with a partial border. Image taken from f. 154 of La Bible Historiale, part 4 (Bible Historiale of Edward IV). Written in French.

Portrait of Jonathan Richardson, Junior, the artist's son

Jonathan Richardson Senior was a leading early eighteenth-century portrait painter who also wrote influential texts on art and connoisseurship and formed an important collection of Old Master drawings. At the o... more

Swift, Jonathan

Verleger: Gleditsch, Johann Gottlieb Stecher: Bernigeroth, Johann Martin Verlagsort: Leipzig

woman from "An Epistle to a Lady, who desired the author to make verses on her, in the heroick style. Also a Poem, occasion'd by reading Dr. Young's Satires, called, The Universal Passion. [By Jonathan Swift.]"

This image has been taken from scan 000005 from "An Epistle to a Lady, who desired the author to make verses on her, in the heroick style. Also a Poem, occasion'd by reading Dr. Young's Satires, called, The Uni... more

woman from "An Epistle to a Lady, who desired the author to make verses on her, in the heroick style. Also a Poem, occasion'd by reading Dr. Young's Satires, called, The Universal Passion. [By Jonathan Swift.]"

This image has been taken from scan 000020 from "An Epistle to a Lady, who desired the author to make verses on her, in the heroick style. Also a Poem, occasion'd by reading Dr. Young's Satires, called, The Uni... more

Jonathan's Coffee House or An analysis of change alley with a group of characters from the Life- - -Inscrib'd to Jacob Henriques / H. O. Neal, delin. et fecit.

"An engraving by the hand which produced "Dr. Squintum's Exaltation", No. 4005, showing the interior of "Jonathan's Coffee House", Change Alley, Cornhill, London, a place frequented by dealers in stocks, public... more

Jonathan Mayhew, D. D. Pastor of the West Church in Boston, New England

Painted and engraved by Richard Jennys, Jr. (American, active 1766–1801)

Portrait of Jonathan Swift

Nathaniel Bermingham (Irish, born ca. 1720, active mainly London, 1736–74)