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LIST OF THE Engravings of the BOISSERÉE AND Munich GALLERIES-continued.
Gallery Gallery Landscape, with Swans RUISDAEL
Norbert, St., Serinon of ORLEY
80 Landscape, with Cattle VAN DER VELDE Tisi | Offering in the Temple Van Eyck 29 Landscape, with Cattle WYXANTS
197 Paul, St.
sr. vox MECKENEM 59 Landscape, with Falconers WYNANTS 139 Paul, Mark, Sts. Dürer
43 Landscape, with a lill WYNANTS 198 1 Paul and Peter, Sts. RCBENS
114 Landscape WYNANTS Peasant's Cottage POTTER
201 | Peasant playing the Larder, with Dead Game HAMILTON
Peasant and Wife on
LINGELBACII Liberti, II. Portrait of Dyck 58 | Peasants Fighting BROUWER
13 Lioness and Wild Boar SNYDERS
163 | Peter, St.
IsR. VON MECKENEN 60 Lioness pursuing a Deer SNYDERS
Peter and Paul, Apostles RuBENS
144 Luke, St and the Virgin Van Eyck 28
Peter of Alcantara, St. COELLO
28 Madonna CALIARI
Philip, St. Isr. Vox STECKENEM 59
143 Madonna SASSOFERRATA 155 Ponte Lupo, near Tivoli Poussix, G.
118 Madonna and Jesus DYCK
Portrait of Bindo Altoviti Titian
175 Madonna and Jesus TITIAN
Portrait of Pictro Are-
174 Magdalen, St. METSYS
Portrait of Barbarelli BARBARELLI
Portrait of Carondelet HOLBEIN
Portrait of Charles de
173 Man and Woman in
Portrait of Christ HEMLING
Portrait of John Dürer DiRER
Portrait of Flinck REMBRANDT
130 lecting HEMLING 41 Portrait of Flinck's Wife REMBRANDT
131 Mare and Foal HEYDECK
Portrait of Helena For-
137 Mark, St. DÜRER
Portrait of Helena ForMarriage of the Virgin Isr.v. MECKENEJ 63
man, whole-length RUBENS
138 Martha, St. MABUSE
Portrait of Franz von
DüRER Mary-see Virgin.
Portrait of S. Haller WALCH Matthew, St. ISR. VON MECKENEM 58
Portrait of a Lady AMBERGER
Portrait of a Lady CRANACII
Portrait of a Lady DYCK
58 Maurice, St.
49 Maurice, St., Beheading MARES
Portrait of a young Man Maximilian I., Portrait
Portrait of a young Man
5 1 Melem, Portrait of MELEM
Portrait of Maximilian I. WALCI Michael, the Archangel MABUSE
Portrait of Melem MELEM Midas King of Phrygia Poussin, N.
Portrait of F. Mieris MIERIS, F.
100 Micris (F.) Portrait of MIERIS
100 Portrait of Marquis of Mirabelle, Marquis of DYCK
126 Mother, the Sorrowing Calcar 17
Portrait of Rubens and Mount of Olives, Christ
Elizabeth Brant RUBENS
147 on BURGMAIER 15
Portrait, Scholar of Mount of Olives, Christ
13 on UNKNOWN 108 Portrait of Snyders DYCK
60 Mountains and Lake MILLET
Portrait of a Spaniard PEREDA
Portrait of l'itian's
Portrait of Ulrich von
LIST OF THE ENGRAVINGS OF THE BOISSERÉE AND MUNICH GALLERIES-continued.
Boisseréel Munich Gallery, Gallery.
Gallery Gallery. Portrait of Van Dyck DYCK
15 Portrait of Dyck's Wife,
Vintage with Children RUBENS
135 Countess Gorré DYCK
48 Virgin, the
VAN DER GOES 31 Portrait of John de
Virgin Mary, the Van Eyck 117 Wael and his Wife DYCK
Virgin and St. Anne Calcar 16 Portrait of Weiss ASPER
Virgin, and St. Anne GRÜNEWALD 33 Portrait of Duke Wolf
Virgin, Ascension of Isr. v. MECKENEM 67 gang von Neuburg DYCK
56 Virgin and Child
Virgin and Child sleeping CIGNANI
126 Virgin and Child
OLCE Repose in Egypt SCHOOREL
Virgin and Child FRA BARTOLOMEO
Virgin and Child
147 Virgin and Child UNKNOWN 115 Saint, head of a
139 Virgin, Infant Christ, Saviour in his youth BARBIERI
Virgin, Infant Christ,
SS. John & Nicholas PERUGINO
Virgin, Infant Christ, St.
179 John and a Bishop PONTE Sea Piece
185 Virgin, Infant Christ Seaport Town in flames VERNET
184 and St. John
RAPHAEL Ses Shore with Fisher
Virgin worshipping Inban's Hats WOUVERMANS 194 fant Christ
RAIBOLINI Sebaldus Kirche, Nurem
Virgin, the dying SCHOOREL berg, Interior of QUAGLIO
122 Virgin, Entry of the, Sebastian St., Martyrdom AMERIGHI
into the Temple Isr. von MECKENEM Sennacherib
136 Virgin, Seven Joys of HEMLING Servatius, Bishop Schön
Virgin and St. Luke VAN EYCK 28 Simon, St.
Wael, John de, and his
69 Skating Scene WOUVERMANS 190 Waggoner with Horses KOBELL
149 Sorden, Franz
150 Soldier smoking a Pipe MIERIS, F.
102 Weiss Georg
ASPER Soldier, old, with a Pipe MIERIS, F,
104 Wild Bull
KUNTZ Spaniard, a Portrait of PEREDA
113 Winter Scene
Wise and Foolish Virgins SCHALKEN
193 Wolfgang von Neuburg, Stephen, St. BRUYN
Deck Storm st Sea
183 Woman with Mirror BARBARELLI Sapper, Oysters and Wine MIERIS, F.
99 Woman Praying Dow Temptation of Christ PATENIER 81 Woman looking out of Thomas, St. Isr. von MECKENEM 64
Dow Tilly, Portrait of VELAZQUEZ
178 Woman peeling Apples Dow Titian's Mistress BORDONE
Woman Reading HOOGHE Toper with a Bottle
186 Woman catching Vermin MURILLO Trinity, the Holy
148 Youth and Girl with a Ulma Cathedral
Youth catching Fleas TERBOURGH
186 Veronica, St.
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“In the present work the same geographical arrangement has been followed which was adopted by Böckh in his great work, the Corpus Inscriptionum Graecarum, published in 1828 by the Academy of Berlin, and also in the new Corpus, now being published by the same Academy. According to this arrangement Attika stands first in the order of Greek States.
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British Museum Publications—continued.
by Maj. Gen. Sir H. C. Rawlinson, K..C.B., assisted by E. Norris,
--- Vol. II., folio, £1. 1866
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Carthage, during Researches by Nathan Davis, Esq., 1856-58, fol.
"The metal of each coin is stated, and its size in inches and tenths. The weight