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The Sinope Gospels (Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, MS gr. 1286, also known as the Codex Sinopensis) is a fragment of a 6th century illuminated Greek Gospel Book. Beheading Of John the Baptist

The Sinope Gospels (Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, MS gr. 1286, also known as the Codex Sinopensis) is a fragment of a 6th century illuminated Greek Gospel Book.

Michael Peter Ancher (1849 – 1927, Danish) - "Sunday Afternoon - Interior With A Girl Reading"

D'Artagnan, détail de la statue d'Alexandre Dumas

15th-century psalter

Parable of the Good Samaritan, Illumination from the Rossano Gospels (Codex Purpureus Rossanensis), 6th century.

The Alchemy of Happiness, 1308 Farsi copy held in the Bibliothèque nationale de France

Mosaic Icon with St. Demetrios and Reliquary While the mosaic dates to 14th century Constantinople, the above ampulla is from 13th-14th century Thessalonike, and would have borne holy oil drawn from the well in which the body of Demetrios reposes, according to the inscription. The metal revetment dates to mid-15th century Ita

Iran--16th century

Illuminated Manuscripts

Archangel Michael 9th century, from the Hagia Sophia

Illuminated Manuscripts

Roman Glass Goblet with Blue Pastilles | 3rd Century AD, 4th Century AD

John the Baptist, Fra Angelico, Perugia Altarpiece, 1437

[][][] Page from an Illuminated Gospel, late 14th century. Ethiopia, Highland region

Illuminated manuscript

The winged-ox symbol of the Evangelist Luke, from the seventeenth-century Armenian illuminated manuscript, the Amida Gospels, (Walters Art Museum, Ms W.541, fol. 113r). (Walters Museum)

Moses before the Pharaoh, a 6th-century miniature from the Syriac Bible of Paris.

Illuminated Manuscript, Amida Gospels, Walters Art Museum, Ms W.541, fol. 11r by Walters Art Museum Illuminated Manuscripts, via Flickr

Rossano Gospels, Christ comes before Pilate, 6th century.

T’oros Roslin Gospels, 1262 Byzantine Empire-Turkey The Walters Art Museum