The original finding aid described this photograph as: [Complete] Scene Caption: Andrew Tester (left), Suffolk County Council archaeologist, explains the value of the archaeological treasure found on Royal Air... More
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.
Full-page miniature, upper register: the plague of frogs, lower register: the plague of lice. Image taken from f. 4 of Haggadah with commentary and liturgical poems for Passover (the 'Brother Haggadah'). Writte... More
Full-page miniature, upper register: the plague of frogs, lower register: the plague of lice. Image taken from f. 14 of Haggadah for Passover (the 'Sister Haggadah'). Written in Hebrew.
Detail of a miniature of Minos judging three souls. Image taken from f. 10 of Divina Commedia (index Divine Comedy): Inferno, Purgatorio, Paradiso, with a short Latin commentary; the Capitolo (ff. 187-187v). Wr... More
Detail of a miniature of the emptying of the second and third vials. Image taken from f. 29v of Apocalypse, with commentary (The 'Queen Mary Apocalypse'), with the prologue of Gilbert de la Porrée translated in... More
Miniature of John witnessing the second angel sounding his trumpet, causing a huge mountain burning with fire to be cast into the sea, and turning one third of the sea into blood, in illustration of Revelation ... More
Detail of a historiated initial 'C'(irca) of Christ on a rainbow and the resurrection of the dead. Image taken from f. 57 of Omne Bonum (Absolucio-Circumcisio). Written in Latin.
Historiated initial 'C'(irca) of Christ on a rainbow and the resurrection of the dead. Image taken from f. 57 of Omne Bonum (Absolucio-Circumcisio). Written in Latin.
Miniature with allegories failed by Fortune, facing a decorated initial 'A'(lter), at the beginning of the second circle of Philippus Albericus's Tabula Cebetis. Those whom Fortune has enriched beforehand lead ... More
This image has been taken from scan 000011 from "The Raging Turke, or, Bajazet the second: a tragedie [in five acts and in verse. Edited by R. Meighen]". The title and subject terms of this image have been gene... More