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101. Fragment of a zikr.

102. Madonna.

103. 1̔Οπως κύριος ̔ο θὲος ̔ημων στηρίξη̜ αὐτοὺς καὶ ἐνδυναμώσαι, κτλ.

104. 1̔η θεία λειτουργΐα του̃ ἐν ̔αγίοις π[ατ]ρ[ός] ̔ημών ̕Ιωάννου του̃ χρ[ησοσ]τομ[ου], κτλ.

105. [Breviary in Greek].

106. [Homilies of Saints Gregory and Basil for the month of October].

107. [Homilies on the Gospel of John].

108. [Homilies].

109. [Life of Abraham the Hermit].

110. [Selections from the Philokalia :works by Maximus the Confessor and Thalassius, Bishop of Caesarea].

111. [Sermons on the Beatitudes (I-VIII)].

112. [The Alexandra, with the commentary of Isaac and John Tzetzes].

113. [Writings against the iconoclasts].

116. The Four Seasons

117. [Organon of Aristotle].

118. [Sticherarion, Menaion for July 20, Elijah the Tishbite].

119. Delle parti della donna che servono alla generatione.

120. Tabula foeminae membra demonstrans.

121. [Liturgies of Saints Chrysostom and Basil].

123. [New Testament Gospel Lectionary].

125. [Liturgies of Saints Basil, Saint John Chrysostom, and Saint Gregory].

127. His Majesties speech delivered the twenty second of January, 1643 at Oxford.

128. [Liturgies of Saints Basil, Chrysostom, and Gregory the Presanctified].

129. An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament...

134. [Sticherarion].

135. Carved ivory memento mori, approximately 1650

136. Views of Sir Dr. Hennebel on the Jansenist controversy

138. [On Currency, Weights and Measures].

140. Engraving by Jacques Blondeau.

141. [Christian topography].

143. My Lords, I can assure you your lordships, that you are infinitely admir'd for....

144. His Majesties order for taking off the Chimney-Money...

145. Nos el Arzobispo de los Reyes...

148. Clothed female manikin on carved wooden couch, 17th or 18th century

149. Female ivory standing manikin affixed to marble base, 17th or 18th century

150. Female ivory standing manikin with head tilted to left, 17th or 18th century