Hand-book guide for the University galleries, Oxford

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Page 11 - He hat the Sudarium in the right, and the Scroll in the left hand. The character of the countenance settled indignation, in which he seems preparing to speak.
Page 22 - Eubens. 1. The Intended Sacrifice to Paul and Barnabas by the people of Lystra, a city of Lycaonia.
Page 9 - BUSTS, together with his copies from antique Statues and Busts, the greater part of which were taken at Rome from moulds made for the Emperor Napoleon: it being understood, that if it should ever be necessary to remove the larger casts from the place selected for their reception, a room of equal dimensions connected with the above-named Sculpture Gallery...
Page 11 - A Bronze Cast of Flaxman's Shield of Achilles. Presented by Messrs. Rundell and Bridge.
Page 29 - Horace H. Wilson, Esq. Professor of Sanscrit in the University of Oxford.

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