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  • Religion, magic, and astrology (303 headings)
    11 - Christian religion
    11(+13) - Christian religion (+ Holy Ghost (as a dove))
    11(+3) - Christian religion (+ angel(s))
    11A21(+111) - Divinity, 'Divinità' (Ripa) (+ God the Father in the form of light)
    11A3 - God's wrath
    11B113 - Triangle (within circle), with eye or tetragram ~ Trinity
    11B3222 - Christ showing his wounds
    11C11 - The all-seeing eye, triangle with eye ~ symbol of God the Father
    11C12 - Hand, 'Dextera Dei' ~ symbol of God the Father
    11C13 - Tetragram (in Roman or Hebrew script) ~ symbol of God the Father
    11C15 - (rays of) light ~ symbol of God the Father
    11C21 - God the Father as young or adult man (perhaps resembling Christ)
    11D - Christ
    11D113 - IHS ('Iesus Hominum Salvator') ~ symbol of Christ
    11D12 - The cross ~ symbols of Christ
    11D123(ANDREW'S CROSS) - Specific forms of the cross: Andrew's cross
    11D123(PAPAL) - Specific forms of the cross (with NAME)
    11D131 - Symbols of Christ ~ animals
    11D1311 - Lamb bearing cross or banner, 'Agnus Dei' ~ symbol of Christ
    11D2 - Christ as child or youth (in general) ~ Christian religion
    11D3 - Christ as adult
    11D3222 - 'Christus Rex'
    11D324 - 'Salvator Mundi', making a blessing gesture; an orb in his hand or at his feet
    11D3251 - Christ with chalice, and bread or Host
    11D3272 - Christ as physician
    11D3282 - Christ in orans attitude
    11D3285 - Christ ~ Apollo (Helios)
    11D332 - Adult Christ together with angels
    11D34 - Adult Christ ~ abstract conceptions
    11D351 - Christ suffering (with crown of thorns, head usually turned sidewards)
    11D353 - Christ triumphing (with crown, head usually upright)
    11D36 - Other types of crucified Christ in non-narrative context
    11D41163 - Helena identifies the True Cross: a human corpse is restored to life when it touches the cross
    11D422 - The Sacred Heart
    11D423 - The Sacred Blood
    11DD31 - 'portraits' of Christ - DD - Christ beardless
    11E1 - Holy Ghost represented as a dove (in flames)
    11F - The Virgin Mary
    11F111(ELECTA UT SOL) - Symbols (of Mary) from litanies (with TEXT)
    11F22 - 'portraits' of Mary
    11F4 - Madonna: i.e. Mary with the Christ-child
    11F41 - Madonna: Mary standing (or half-length), Christ-child close to her bosom
    11F4213 - Mary sitting or enthroned, the Christ-child in front of her, lying in her lap (or in front of her bosom), sometimes in Pietà-posture
    11G - Angels
    11G183 - The Archangel Michael (often in armour with sword or lance)
    11G184 - The Archangel Gabriel
    11G191 - Angel(s) represented as child(ren)
    11G1911 - Cherubs, i.e. children's heads with wings
    11G192 - Angel(s) represented as youth(s) or adult(s)
    11G1921 - Angel(s) with book(-scroll) or banderole
    11G1923 - Angel(s) with torch
    11G193 - Female angels
    11G21 - Angels singing, making music
    11G23 - Angels crowning and/or bringing palm-branches
    11G25 - Angels in adoration
    11G31 - The Archangel Michael fighting the dragon (devil, Satan)
    11G331 - The fall of Satan, fall of Lucifer
    11G4 - Specific aspects of angels, e.g. intervening in human affairs
    11G41 - Guardian angel
    11G43 - Destroying angel
    11G44 - Angel as patron
    11H - Saints
    11H1(MATTHEW) - Saints
    11H(ANDREW) - The apostle Andrew; possible attributes: book, X-shaped cross, fish, fishing-net, rope, scroll
    11H(CHRISTOPHER) - The giant and martyr Christophorus; possible attributes: palm-tree (with bunches of dates, or withered), infant Christ
    11H(EUSTACE)34 - The conversion of St. Eustace: while hunting (on horseback) he is confronted with a stag bearing a crucifix between its antlers; Eustace is shown kneeling before the stag (that appears on a rock)
    11H(FRANCIS) - Founder of the Order of Friars Minor (Franciscans), Francis(cus) of Assisi; possible attributes: book, crucifix, lily, skull, stigmata
    11H(GEORGE) - The warrior martyr George (Georgius); possible attributes: banner (red cross on white field), (red) cross, dragon, (white) horse, broken lance, shield (with cross), sword
    11H(GEORGE)4 - Non-miraculous activities and events ~ St. George
    11H(GEORGE)41 - St. George and the dragon: dressed in armour and mounted on a (white) horse he brandishes his sword (his lance lies already broken on the ground); the princess nearby may be shown praying or fleeing
    11HH - Female saints
    11HH(AGNES) - The virgin martyr Agnes of Rome; possible attributes: lamb, ring
    11HH(BRIGID)11 - St. Brigid as cowgirl, farm-girl, or shepherdess with domestic animals and farmer's implements
    11HH(CATHERINE) - The virgin martyr Catherine of Alexandria; possible attributes: book, crown, emperor Maxentius, palm-branch, ring, sword, wheel
    11HH(FAITH) - The virgin martyr Faith (Fides, Foi) of Agen (or Conques); possible attributes: bundle of rods, crown, dove, gridiron, palm-branch, sword
    11HH(MARTHA?) - The patroness of housewives, Martha of Bethany; possible attributes: aspergillum, broom, bunch of keys, dragon, ladle
    11HH(MARTHA) - The patroness of housewives, Martha of Bethany; possible attributes: aspergillum, broom, bunch of keys, dragon, ladle
    11HH(MARY MAGDALENE) - The penitent harlot Mary Magdalene; possible attributes: book (or scroll), crown, crown of thorns, crucifix, jar of ointment, mirror, musical instrument, palm-branch, rosary, scourge
    11H(HUBERT)11 - The hunter Hubert(us), bishop of Maastricht and Liège; possible attributes: hounds, hunting horn, key, stag with crucifix, (bishop's) stole - male saint as patron, protector, intercessor
    11H(JAMES THE LESS) - The apostle James the Less, first bishop of Jerusalem; possible attributes: book, fuller's club, scroll
    11H(JOHN) - The apostle John the Evangelist; possible attributes: book, cauldron, chalice with snake, eagle, palm, scroll
    11H(JOHN)12 - St. John the Evangelist writing the Gospel, usually the eagle present
    11H(JOHN THE BAPTIST) - John the Baptist; possible attributes: book, reed cross, baptismal cup, honeycomb, lamb, staff
    11H(LAURENCE) - The martyr and deacon Laurence of Rome; possible attributes: book, censer, cross, dalmatic, gridiron, palm, purse (or cup with golden coins)
    11H(LUKE) - Luke the evangelist; possible attributes: book, (winged) ox, portrait of the Virgin, surgical instruments, painter's utensils, scroll
    11H(MARK) - Mark (Marcus) the evangelist, and bishop of Alexandria; possible attributes: book, (winged) lion, pen and inkhorn, scroll
    11H(MATTHEW) - The apostle and evangelist Matthew (Mattheus); possible attributes: angel, axe, book, halberd, pen and inkhorn, purse, scroll, square, sword
    11H(MATTHEW)12 - St. Matthew writing the Gospel, usually the angel present, dictating or assisting him
    11H(PATRICK) - Male saints (with NAME)
    11H(PAUL) - The apostle Paul of Tarsus; possible attributes: book, scroll, sword
    11H(PAUL)(+3) - The apostle Paul of Tarsus; possible attributes: book, scroll, sword (+ angel(s))
    11H(PAUL)(+5) - The apostle Paul of Tarsus; possible attributes: book, scroll, sword (+ donor(s), supplicant(s), whether or not with patron saint(s))
    11H(PETER) - The apostle Peter, first bishop of Rome; possible attributes: book, cock, (upturned) cross, (triple) crozier, fish, key, scroll, ship, tiara
    11H(PETER)(+3) - The apostle Peter, first bishop of Rome; possible attributes: book, cock, (upturned) cross, (triple) crozier, fish, key, scroll, ship, tiara (+ angel(s))
    11H(PETER)(+5) - The apostle Peter, first bishop of Rome; possible attributes: book, cock, (upturned) cross, (triple) crozier, fish, key, scroll, ship, tiara (+ donor(s), supplicant(s), whether or not with patron saint(s))
    11H(SIMON) - The apostle Simon Zelotes (or Simon the Canaanite); possible attributes: book, saw, scroll
    11H(THOMAS) - The apostle Thomas; possible attributes: book, chalice, girdle, heart, lance or spear, scroll, square, stones
    11H(THOMAS)? - The apostle Thomas; possible attributes: book, chalice, girdle, heart, lance or spear, scroll, square, stones
    11I36 - (single) apostle, unspecified
    11I4 - Evangelists, usually with books or scrolls (not in biblical context)
    11I62(ABEL) - Abel (not in biblical context); possible attributes: sheep
    11I62(ADAM) - Adam (not in biblical context)
    11I62(DAVID) - David (not in biblical context); possible attributes: crown, harp
    11I62(DAVID)32 - David as musician, usually playing the harp
    11I62(DAVID)33 - David as psalmist, as author of the psalms, usually playing the harp
    11I62(MOSES) - Moses (not in biblical context); possible attributes: rays of light or horns on his head, rod, Tables of the Law
    11I62(SAMSON)? - Samson (not in biblical context); possible attributes: broken pillar, club, jawbone, lion's head, lion's pelt
    11I62(SOLOMON?) - Solomon (not in biblical context); possible attributes of Solomon: crown, sceptre, sword
    11I62(SOLOMON)33 - Solomon as judge
    11I63(EVE) - Eve (not in biblical context)
    11I73(SALOME) - Salome (not in biblical context)
    11II4111(+0) - The evangelists inspired, e.g. by the Holy Ghost (dove), hand of God, Mary, angel - II - the evangelists without their symbols (+ variant)
    11K - Devil(s) and demons
    11K(+0) - Devil(s) and demons (+ variant)
    11K1 - Human-shaped devil
    11K121 - Human-shaped devils ~ musculous Hades type with wings
    11K2 - Devils in the form of (fabulous) animals
    11K41 - Devil(s) appearing to mortals, trying to seduce them; temptation
    11K43 - Devil or demons attacking mortals
    11K51 - Black Mass
    11L211 - The ten commandments represented together on stone tablets
    11L4 - Catechism
    11L51 - Canon Law; 'Legge canonica' (Ripa)
    11L532 - Disputing theologians
    11M32 - Hope, 'Spes'; 'Speranza divina e certa' (Ripa) ~ one of the Three Theological Virtues
    11M33 - Charity, 'Caritas'; 'Carità' (Ripa) ~ one of the Three Theological Virtues
    11M44 - Justice, 'Justitia'; 'Giustitia divina' (Ripa) ~ one of the Four Cardinal Virtues
    11N31 - Pride; 'Superbia' (Ripa) ~ personification of one of the Seven Deadly Sins
    11N34 - Covetousness; 'Avaritia' (Ripa) ~ personification of one of the Seven Deadly Sins
    11N35 - Gluttony, Intemperance, 'Gula'; 'Gola', 'Ingordigia', 'Ingordigia overo Avidità', 'Voracità' (Ripa) ~ personification of one of the Seven Deadly Sins
    11P1 - Allegorical and symbolical representations ~ the Church and Religion
    11P11811 - 'Ecclesia' and 'Synagoga' ~ crucified Lamb
    11P14 - The militant Church (on earth)
    11P15 - The Church symbolized
    11P164 - The Roman Catholic Church vs. Protestantism; (Reformation and Counter Reformation)
    11P1641 - Reformation (Roman Catholic Church vs. Protestantism)
    11P23 - Roman Catholic Church
    11P24 - Non-Roman Catholic Episcopal Churches, e.g. Anglicans
    11P25(QUAKERS) - Protestant Churches and denominations (with NAME)
    11P3 - Organization, functionaries and dignitaries in churches and in related institutions
    11P31 - Organization, functionaries and dignitaries in Roman Catholic church; clergy in general
    11P3111 - Pope
    11P31110 - (allegory on) papacy and apostolic succession
    11P31111 - Insignia of the pope, e.g. tiara
    11P31113 - Pope giving an audience
    11P31114 - Kissing the pope's feet
    11P3112 - Cardinal
    11P31121 - Insignia of cardinal, e.g. hat, mantle
    11P3113 - Archbishop, bishop, etc. (Roman Catholic)
    11P31131 - Insignia of bishop, e.g. mitre, crozier
    11P3121 - Priest (Roman Catholic)
    11P315 - Monastic orders, monastic life ~ Roman Catholic church
    11P3151 - Abbey, monastery, convent ~ Roman Catholic church
    11P31521 - Monk(s), friar(s)
    11P31522 - Nun(s)
    11P315311 - Abbot
    11P319 - Abuses of the clergy, e.g. simony
    11P33 - Organizational aspects ~ episcopal Protestant churches, e.g. Anglicans
    11P331 - Functionaries and dignitaries ~ episcopal Protestant churches
    11P331(BISHOP) - Functionaries and dignitaries (with NAME) ~ episcopal Protestant churches
    11P341 - Functionaries and dignitaries ~ Protestant churches
    11P4 - Representants of the Church (Christians in general, laymen, monks, etc.) in strife with each other or with opponents
    11P442 - Militant proselytizing: religious war, crusade, etc.
    11P9 - (aspects of) Christian Religion or the Church (as institution) ridiculed, criticized, or caricaturized
    11P91 - The richness of the Church opposed to Christ's humility
    11Q0 - Devotion, piety; 'Divotione' (Ripa)
    11Q112 - Man as sinner
    11Q2 - (private) prayer; 'Oratione', 'Preghiere', 'Preghiere a Dio' (Ripa)
    11Q21 - One person praying
    11Q211 - Daily (vocal) prayer by one person
    11Q22 - Aids for prayer, e.g. rosary
    11Q313 - Castigation, flagellation ~ ascetic life
    11Q331 - Anchorite, hermit
    11Q42 - Ecstasy, spiritual exaltation, rapture
    11Q51 - Reading the Bible or other religious books
    11Q511 - The Bible as a book
    11Q51(+121) - Reading the Bible or other religious books (+ Christ (bearded))
    11Q51(+13) - Reading the Bible or other religious books (+ Holy Ghost (as a dove))
    11Q62 - Pilgrimage, pilgrim(s) under way
    11Q621 - Pilgrim(s)
    11Q624 - Pilgrim's dress and attributes, e.g. flask, hat, mantle, staff
    11Q6251 - (oyster) shell ~ attribute of pilgrim(s)
    11Q64 - Veneration of (statues of) saints, e.g. burning candles
    11Q65 - (veneration of) devotional objects
    11Q651 - Crucifix ~ personal devotion
    11Q7 - Public worship and liturgy of the Christian churches
    11Q711 - Building of church
    11Q712 - Church (exterior)
    11Q7121 - Parts of church exterior and annexes
    11Q7129 - Ruin of church, monastery, etc.
    11Q713 - Interior of church
    11Q7131 - Parts of church interior
    11Q7141 - Altar
    11Q71423 - Altarcross, crucifix
    11Q71426 - 'sanctus' bell, altar bell; rattle
    11Q71441 - Chalice
    11Q71457 - Rood-screen, choir-screen; iconostasis
    11Q72 - Going to church
    11Q7219 - Entering the church
    11Q722 - The congregation
    11Q73 - Divine service ~ Christian churches
    11Q7311 - Holy Mass (divine service, especially of Roman Catholic Church)
    11Q731126 - Communion ~ Holy Mass
    11Q731131 - Blessing by the priest ~ Holy Mass
    11Q7312 - Protestant service
    11Q73121 - Sermon ~ Protestant service
    11Q73123 - Baptism ~ Protestant service
    11Q73124 - Marriage ~ Protestant service
    11Q73124(+0) - Marriage ~ Protestant service (+ variant)
    11Q7321 - Baptism, christening ceremony ~ the first of the seven sacraments
    11Q7323 - Confession; 'Confessione Sacramentale' (Ripa) ~ the third of the seven sacraments
    11Q732322 - Confessional ~ part of the confession
    11Q7326 - Marriage in church ~ the sixth of the seven sacraments
    11Q7326(+0) - Marriage in church ~ the sixth of the seven sacraments (+ variant)
    11Q73262 - Couple before the priest ~ marriage
    11Q73265 - Married couple leaving the church
    11Q73274 - Last communion, administering of the Holy Viaticum
    11Q733 - Preaching (in general)
    11Q751 - (public) prayer
    11Q7512 - Saying the rosary
    11Q75711 - Choir (in church)
    11Q7572 - Playing instruments (in church)
    11Q758 - Procession ~ Christian religion
    11Q762 - Passion cycle, Lent
    11QQ73121 - Sermon ~ Protestant service - QQ - field conventicle, hedge sermon
    11R3 - The course of life symbolized
    11R5 - (personifications of) 'Vanitas', the vanity of human life; Fragilità humana, Fugacità delle grandezze & della gloria mondana, Meditatione della morte, Opera vana, Piacere vano, Vana gloria, Vanità (Ripa)
    11R51 - Scenes symbolizing 'Vanitas'
    11R511 - (children or putti) blowing bubbles, 'Homo Bulla' ~ scene symbolizing 'Vanitas'
    11R512 - (woman) looking in a mirror ~ scene symbolizing 'Vanitas'
    11R6 - 'Vanitas' still life
    11R61 - Person(s) sitting among objects forming a 'Vanitas' still life
    11R7 - 'Vanitas' symbols
    11R71 - Skull as symbol of 'Vanitas'
    11S1 - Representations of celestial paradise (and its inhabitants)
    11S11 - Heaven represented in the air, with clouds (in concentric circles) and light
    11S15 - Heaven represented as a city
    11S31 - Ladder, stairway to heaven
    11S311 - The blessed mounting the ladder, the sinners falling down into hell
    11S311(+4) - The blessed mounting the ladder, the sinners falling down into hell (+ devil(s))
    11S4 - The gate of heaven, entrance to heaven, 'porta coeli'
    11S63 - The blessed worshipping in heaven
    11S711 - Beauty, 'Pulchritudo' ~ one of the seven gifts of the body
    11S724 - Honour, 'Honor' ~ one of the seven gifts of the soul
    11T1 - Representations of hell (with the damned and devils), usually with burning fires
    11T2 - Symbols of hell
    11T41 - Entrance of hell as monstrous mouth (of Leviathan)
    11T42 - Entrance of hell as gate
    11T51 - The damned souls beaten, pricked, scourged, etc. by devils
    11T53 - Devils dragging the damned into the fire of hell
    11U1 - Christian religion
    11U21 - Resurrection of the dead ~ Last Judgement
    11U22 - Division of the blessed and the damned ~ Last Judgement
    11U24 - The fall of the damned ~ Last Judgement
    11U3(+3) - Symbols of Last Judgement (+ angel(s))
    11V1 - Feeding the hungry, 'esuriens cibatur' ~ one of the (seven) Acts of Mercy
    12 - Non-Christian religions (including institutions, customs and antiquities)
    12A - Jewish religion and culture
    12A321 - Sacrifice of the paschal lamb ~ Jewish religion
    12A43 - The Temple (in general) ~ Jewish religion
    12A441 - Holy ark, 'aron kodesh', shrine (in Synagogue) for the holy writings ~ Jewish religion
    12A444 - 'ner tamid', perpetual light, everburning lamp in Synagogue
    12A7 - The Jews, Jewish life
    12B14 - Representations ~ natural phenomena (non-Christian religions)
    12B17 - Symbolic representations ~ non-Christian religions
    12B62 - Altar ~ non-Christian religions
    12B71 - Mask, mask-costume ~ non-Christian ritual objects
    12B72 - Body-painting ~ non-Christian ritual means
    12E61 - Temple, shrine ~ Greek religion
    12F62 - Altar ~ Roman religion
    12H6 - Places and objects of worship ~ Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism
    12N61 - Temple, shrine ~ traditional Chinese religions
    12U(FREEMASONRY?) - Miscellaneous religions, cults and doctrines: Freemasonry
    12U(FREEMASONRY) - Miscellaneous religions, cults and doctrines: Freemasonry
    13A1 - Spirit, ghost
    13A11 - Evoking ghosts, conjuring up spirits, calling up genii
    13A12 - Materialization, appearance of spirit or ghost
    13A21 - Séance
    13A3 - Mysterious phenomena and occurrences
    13A353 - Spectral armies, sky battles
    13B1 - Witch, sorceress
    13B2 - Sorcerer, magician, wizard, warlock
    13B33 - Worshipping the devil (often in the form of a he-goat) during witches' sabbath
    13B352 - Dancing ~ witches' sabbath
    13B41 - Brewing, boiling (in a cauldron); witches' kitchen
    13B47(CAT) - Imps, familiars of witches and sorcerers: cat
    13B51 - Evoking the devil or demons
    13B52 - Devil forcing a pact upon those who made him appear while standing in a magic circle
    13B53 - Devil demanding payment of the 'debt', e.g. devil carrying off a child promised to him by a pact
    13C1 - Magic gestures and dances
    13C24 - Labyrinth, maze ~ magic mathematical figures
    13C33 - Magic wand
    13D - Enchantment (evil eye, transformation, healings, etc.)
    13D421 - Enchantment ~ potion or herbs
    13E212 - Divination with crystal sphere
    13E42 - Chiromancy, handreading, palmistry
    13E421 - Gipsy woman or gipsy handreading
    13E7 - Diviner, soothsayer
    13G - Superstition, popular belief
    14A - Astrologer at work
    14A1 - Astrologer observing the heavens
    14B1 - Casting a horoscope
    14C - Astrological signs and symbols
  • Nature, Time, and heavenly bodies (65 headings)
    21B1 - Spirit of the earth, gnome, troll
    22C31 - Radiance emanating from persons or things
    22C9 - Darkness
    22D1 - Loud sound, noise
    22D12 - Disharmonious sound, dissonance
    22E1 - Heat
    22E12 - Burning
    22E2 - Coldness
    23A1 - Father Time, man with wings and scythe
    23A21 - Serpent Ouroboros
    23A3 - Past, present and future
    23A4 - Allegorical representations of the effects of time
    23D - Seasons of the year (esp. personifications); 'Stagione', 'Le quattro stagione dell'anno' (Ripa)
    23D41 - Winter, 'Hyems'; 'Inverno' (Ripa)
    23D42 - Spring, 'Ver'; 'Primavera' (Ripa)
    23D43 - Summer, 'Aestas'; 'Estate' (Ripa)
    23D44 - Autumn, fall, 'Autumnus'; 'Autunno' (Ripa)
    23E41 - Winter ~ human activities (the four seasons of the year)
    23F32 - Year divided into three seasons ~ landscapes (second series)
    23F41 - Winter landscape; landscape symbolizing winter (the four seasons of the year)
    23K13 - March and its 'labours'
    23K21 - April and its 'labours'
    23O - Zodiac; the twelve zodiacal signs together
    23O12 - Aquarius (zodiacal sign of January)
    23O13 - Pisces (zodiacal sign of February)
    23R11 - Morning
    23R14 - Night
    23S14 - Rome (one of the four world empires)
    23T23 - Classical antiquity (historical epoch)
    23T24 - Dark ages (historical epoch)
    23T25 - Medieval history, middle ages (historical epoch)
    23T26 - Renaissance (historical epoch, through 16th century)
    23T27(XIV) - Modern division of historical epochs ~ centuries (with Roman NUMBER of century)
    23T27(XIX) - Modern division of historical epochs ~ centuries (with Roman NUMBER of century)
    23T27(XV) - Modern division of historical epochs ~ centuries
    23T27(XVI) - Modern division of historical epochs ~ centuries (with Roman NUMBER of century)
    23T27(XVII) - Modern division of historical epochs ~ centuries (with Roman NUMBER of century)
    23T27(XVIII) - Modern division of historical epochs ~ centuries (with Roman NUMBER of century)
    23U21 - Sundial
    23U22 - Hourglass
    23U24 - Clock
    23U25 - Watch
    24A - Sun as celestial body
    24A1 - Sunrise
    24A11 - Dawn
    24A2 - Sunset
    24A3 - Solar eclipse
    24A52 - Unusual solar phenomena: parhelion or mock sun, spots on solar halo, etc.
    24A6 - Sun represented as face, wheel, etc.
    24A81 - Sunbeams
    24B - Moon as celestial body
    24B11 - Waxing moon represented as face
    24B2 - Full moon
    24B21 - Full moon represented as face
    24B31 - Waning moon represented as face
    24B4 - Eclipse of the moon
    24B62 - Contemplation of the moon, 'schwärmen'
    24D - Stars
    24D1 - Stars and constellations
    24D21 - Milky Way
    24E1 - Comet
    24F - Firmament, sky
    24F1 - Contemplating the firmament
    24F2 - Stars in the firmament
    24F6 - Firmament, sky
  • Plants, animals, landscapes and the weather (392 headings)
    25A - Maps, atlases
    25A13 - Globe
    25A3 - Maps of separate countries or regions
    25A3(GREAT BRITAIN) - Maps of separate countries or regions (with NAME)
    25A4(JERUSALEM) - Maps of cities (with NAME)
    25A4(LONDON) - Maps of cities (with NAME)
    25A4(TROY) - Maps of cities (with NAME)
    25C11 - Eruption (of volcano)
    25C14(+01) - Fumes, brimstone, etc.
    25C21 - Compass
    25D11 - Precious and semiprecious stones
    25D13(GOLD) - Minerals and metals: gold
    25D141 - Anthracite, hard coal
    25D26 - Mud (soil type)
    25D3 - Mining
    25D31 - Mine
    25D3(+1) - Mining (+ coal)
    25D31(+1) - Mine (+ coal)
    25D32 - Miner
    25D33 - Surface structures and surroundings of a mine
    25D35 - Smelting, extracting from ore; blast-furnace
    25D4511 - Gasworks
    25D4512 - Gasholder, gas tank
    25F - Animals
    25F1(+1) - Groups of animals (+ animals used symbolically)
    25F2 - Mammals
    25F21 - Groups of mammals
    25F22 - Monkeys, apes
    25F22(BABOON) - Monkeys, apes: baboon
    25F22(MANDRILL) - Monkeys, apes (with NAME)
    25F23 - Beasts of prey, predatory animals
    25F23(+12) - Beasts of prey, predatory animals (+ heraldic animals)
    25F23(BEAR) - Beasts of prey, predatory animals: bear
    25F23(BEAR)(+341) - Beasts of prey, predatory animals: bear (+ claws, paws of an animal)
    25F23(CIVET-CAT) - Beasts of prey, predatory animals (with NAME)
    25F23(FOX) - Beasts of prey, predatory animals: fox
    25F23(FOX)(+45) - Beasts of prey, predatory animals: fox (+ animals eating and drinking)
    25F23(FOX)(+451) - Beasts of prey, predatory animals: fox (+ animal in search of food)
    25F23(FOX)(+452) - Beasts of prey, predatory animals: fox (+ animal with prey)
    25F23(FOX)(+5) - Beasts of prey, predatory animals: fox (+ animal(s) in motion; positions, expressions of animals)
    25F23(LEOPARD) - Beasts of prey, predatory animals: leopard
    25F23(LION) - Beasts of prey, predatory animals: lion
    25F23(LION)(+12) - Beasts of prey, predatory animals: lion (+ heraldic animals)
    25F23(LION)(+33) - Beasts of prey, predatory animals: lion (+ head of an animal)
    25F23(LION)(+441) - Beasts of prey, predatory animals: lion (+ herd, group of animals)
    25F23(LION)(+451) - Beasts of prey, predatory animals: lion (+ animal in search of food)
    25F23(LION)(+51) - Beasts of prey, predatory animals: lion (+ fighting animals; aggressive relations)
    25F23(TIGER) - Beasts of prey, predatory animals: tiger
    25F23(WEASEL) - Beasts of prey, predatory animals: weasel
    25F23(WOLF) - Beasts of prey, predatory animals: wolf
    25F23(WOLF)(+441) - Beasts of prey, predatory animals: wolf (+ herd, group of animals)
    25F23(WOLF)(+452) - Beasts of prey, predatory animals: wolf (+ animal with prey)
    25F24(BOAR) - Hoofed animals: boar
    25F24(BOAR)(+33) - Hoofed animals: boar (+ head of an animal)
    25F24(BOAR)(+5) - Hoofed animals: boar (+ animal(s) in motion; positions, expressions of animals)
    25F24(CAMEL) - Hoofed animals: camel
    25F24(CHAMOIS) - Hoofed animals (with NAME)
    25F24(DEER) - Hoofed animals: deer
    25F24(DEER)(+67) - Hoofed animals: deer (+ stuffed animal)
    25F24(ELK) - Hoofed animals: elk
    25F24(GIRAFFE) - Hoofed animals: giraffe
    25F24(IBEX) - Hoofed animals: ibex
    25F24(RHINOCEROS) - Hoofed animals: rhinoceros
    25F24(STAG) - Hoofed animals: stag
    25F24(STAG)(+33) - Hoofed animals: stag (+ head of an animal)
    25F24(STAG)(+45) - Hoofed animals: stag (+ animals eating and drinking)
    25F24(STAG)(+67) - Hoofed animals: stag (+ stuffed animal)
    25F24(ZEBRA) - Hoofed animals (with NAME)
    25F25(ELEPHANT) - Trunked animals: elephant
    25F25(ELEPHANTS) - Trunked animals (with NAME)
    25F25(SQUIRREL) - Trunked animals (with NAME)
    25F26(BEAVER) - Rodents: beaver
    25F26(HARE) - Rodents: hare
    25F26(MOUSE) - Rodents: mouse
    25F26(MOUSE)(+45) - Rodents: mouse (+ animals eating and drinking)
    25F26(RABBIT) - Rodents: rabbit
    25F26(RABBIT)(+5) - Rodents: rabbit (+ animal(s) in motion; positions, expressions of animals)
    25F26(RABBIT)(+64) - Rodents: rabbit (+ animal killed by man)
    25F26(RAT) - Rodents: rat
    25F26(SKUNK) - Rodents (with NAME)
    25F26(SQUIRREL) - Rodents: squirrel
    25F27(DOLPHIN) - Swimming mammals: dolphin
    25F27(SEAL) - Swimming mammals: seal
    25F27(WHALE) - Swimming mammals: whale
    25F27(WHALE)(+63) - Swimming mammals: whale (+ dying animal; death of animal; dead animal)
    25F28(BAT) - Flying mammals: bat
    25F28(QUAIL) - Flying mammals (with NAME)
    25F29(KANGAROO) - Other mammals (with NAME)
    25F29(PORCUPINE) - Other mammals: porcupine
    25F3 - Birds
    25F32 - Song-birds
    25F32(+421) - Song-birds (+ nest, den, burrow)
    25F32(+49) - Song-birds (+ audible means of communication of animal(s): roaring, crying, singing, barking, mewing, neighing, chirping, etc.)
    25F32(+5) - Song-birds (+ animal(s) in motion; positions, expressions of animals)
    25F32(+64) - Song-birds (+ animal killed by man)
    25F32(BLACKBIRD) - Song-birds (with NAME)
    25F32(CROW) - Song-birds: crow
    25F32(CROW)(+67) - Song-birds: crow (+ stuffed animal)
    25F32(MAGPIE) - Song-birds: magpie
    25F32(NIGHTINGALE) - Song-birds: nightingale
    25F32(RAVEN) - Song-birds: raven
    25F32(ROBIN) - Song-birds: robin
    25F32(SPARROW) - Song-birds: sparrow
    25F32(SWALLOW) - Song-birds: swallow
    25F32(THRUSH) - Song-birds: thrush
    25F33 - Predatory birds
    25F(+332) - Animals (+ antlers; horn)
    25F3(+342) - Birds (+ wings of an animal)
    25F33(EAGLE) - Predatory birds: eagle
    25F33(EAGLE)(+12) - Predatory birds: eagle (+ heraldic animals)
    25F33(EAGLE)(+342) - Predatory birds: eagle (+ wings of an animal)
    25F33(EAGLE)(+452) - Predatory birds: eagle (+ animal with prey)
    25F33(EAGLE)(+5) - Predatory birds: eagle (+ animal(s) in motion; positions, expressions of animals)
    25F33(EAGLE)(+52) - Predatory birds: eagle (+ movements of animal(s))
    25F33(EAGLE)(+64) - Predatory birds: eagle (+ animal killed by man)
    25F33(FALCON) - Predatory birds: falcon
    25F33(HAWK) - Predatory birds: hawk
    25F33(KITE) - Predatory birds: kite
    25F33(VULTURE) - Predatory birds: vulture
    25F34 - Owls
    25F(+342) - Animals (+ wings of an animal)
    25F3(+42) - Birds (+ feeding and care of young)
    25F3(+421) - Birds (+ nest, den, burrow)
    25F3(+431) - Birds (+ animals courting)
    25F3(+45) - Birds (+ animals eating and drinking)
    25F3(+452) - Birds (+ animal with prey)
    25F3(+49) - Birds (+ audible means of communication of animal(s): roaring, crying, singing, barking, mewing, neighing, chirping, etc.)
    25F3(+5) - Birds (+ animal(s) in motion; positions, expressions of animals)
    25F3(+51) - Birds (+ fighting animals; aggressive relations)
    25F(+352) - Animals (+ feathers)
    25F35(PARROT) - Ornamental birds: parrot
    25F35(PEACOCK) - Ornamental birds: peacock
    25F(+36) - Animals (+ shell, snail-shell etc.)
    25F36(DUCK) - Water-birds: duck
    25F36(DUCK)(+5) - Water-birds: duck (+ animal(s) in motion; positions, expressions of animals)
    25F36(GOOSE) - Water-birds: goose
    25F36(PELICAN) - Water-birds: pelican
    25F36(SWAN) - Water-birds: swan
    25F37 - Shore-birds and wading-birds
    25F37(CRANE) - Shore-birds and wading-birds: crane
    25F37(GULL) - Shore-birds and wading-birds: gull
    25F37(HERON) - Shore-birds and wading-birds: heron
    25F37(STORK) - Shore-birds and wading-birds: stork
    25F38 - Walker and runner birds
    25F38(CAPERCAILLIE) - Walker and runner birds (with NAME)
    25F38(GROUSE) - Walker and runner birds (with NAME)
    25F38(PARTRIDGE) - Walker and runner birds: partridge
    25F38(PHEASANT) - Walker and runner birds: pheasant
    25F38(QUAIL) - Walker and runner birds: quail
    25F38(TURKEY) - Walker and runner birds: turkey
    25F3(+91) - Birds (+ egg)
    25F39(CUCKOO) - Other birds: cuckoo
    25F39(DOVE) - Other birds: dove
    25F39(TURTLE DOVE) - Other birds: turtle dove
    25F39(WOODPECKER) - Other birds: woodpecker
    25F41 - Lizards
    25F41(ROSE) - Lizards (with NAME)
    25F42 - Snakes
    25F(+421) - Animals (+ nest, den, burrow)
    25F43 - Crocodiles
    25F44 - Tortoises, turtles
    25F(+45) - Animals (+ animals eating and drinking)
    25F(+452) - Animals (+ animal with prey)
    25F(+471) - Animals (+ instinct of animal)
    25F(+51) - Animals (+ fighting animals; aggressive relations)
    25F51(FROG) - Tailless amphibians: frog
    25F51(TOAD) - Tailless amphibians: toad
    25F6 - Fishes
    25F(+62) - Animals (+ animal(s) being wounded)
    25F63 - Eels
    25F(+63) - Animals (+ dying animal; death of animal; dead animal)
    25F711 - Insects
    25F711(ANT) - Insects: ant
    25F711(BEE) - Insects: bee
    25F711(BEETLE) - Insects: beetle
    25F711(BUTTERFLY) - Insects: butterfly
    25F711(CRICKET) - Insects: cricket
    25F711(DRAGON-FLY) - Insects: dragon-fly
    25F711(DUNG-BEETLE) - Insects: dung-beetle
    25F711(FLEA) - Insects: flea
    25F711(FLY) - Insects: fly
    25F711(GRASS-HOPPER) - Insects: grass-hopper
    25F711(WASP) - Insects: wasp
    25F713 - Spiders
    25F715 - Scorpions
    25F716(CRAB) - Crustaceans: crab
    25F716(LOBSTER) - Crustaceans: lobster
    25F72 - Molluscs
    25F72(NAUTILUS) - Molluscs: nautilus
    25F72(NAUTILUS)(+36) - Molluscs: nautilus (+ shell, snail-shell etc.)
    25F72(OYSTER) - Molluscs: oyster
    25F72(SCALLOP) - Molluscs (with NAME)
    25F72(SNAIL) - Molluscs: snail
    25F73(LEECH) - Worms (with NAME)
    25F75(CORAL) - Coelenterata: coral
    25F9 - Mis-shapen animals; monsters
    25F(+91) - Animals (+ egg)
    25FF - Fabulous animals (sometimes wrongly called 'grotesques'); 'Mostri' (Ripa)
    25FF23 - Fabulous animals ~ predatory animals
    25FF231 - Griffin (lion/eagle); 'Griffo' (Ripa)
    25FF232 - Chimera (lion/goat/snake); 'Chimera' (Ripa)
    25FF233 - Hyena, capable of changing sex
    25FF241 - Unicorn
    25FF24(PEGASUS) - Fabulous animals ~ hoofed animals : Use 93D1 Pegasus, the winged horse, or 25FF(WINGED HORSE) for winged horse (not in classical context)
    25FF27 - Fabulous animals ~ swimming mammals
    25FF3(PHOENIX) - Fabulous animals ~ birds: phoenix
    25FF411 - Dragon
    25FF412 - Salamander (fabulous animal); salamander as spirit of fire
    25FF422 - Dragon (large fabulous serpent, sometimes with wings and legs)
    25FF422(+751) - Dragon (large fabulous serpent, sometimes with wings and legs)
    25FF4231 - 'hydra'; 'Hidra' (Ripa)
    25FF425 - Horned snake
    25FF6 - Fabulous animals ~ fishes
    25FF62 - Sea-horse, hippocamp, 'hippocampus', (horse/fish) (mythological hybrid monster)
    25FF(+7332) - Fabulous animals (sometimes wrongly called 'grotesques'); 'Mostri' (Ripa) (+ antlers; horn)
    25G - Plants; vegetation
    25G11 - Groups of trees
    25G1(+22) - Plants (in general) (+ branch, stick)
    25G1(+224) - Plants (in general) (+ bundle of twigs, faggot)
    25G21 - Fruits
    25G(+211) - Plants; vegetation (+ stump, stub)
    25G21(ACORN) - Fruits: acorn
    25G21(APPLE) - Fruits: apple
    25G21(MELON) - Fruits: melon
    25G21(MULBERRY) - Fruits: mulberry
    25G21(NUTS) - Fruits: nuts
    25G21(ORANGE) - Fruits: orange
    25G21(PEACH) - Fruits: peach
    25G21(PEAR) - Fruits: pear
    25G21(PLUM) - Fruits: plum
    25G21(POMEGRANATE) - Fruits: pomegranate
    25G21(PUMPKIN) - Fruits: pumpkin
    25G(+22) - Plants; vegetation (+ branch, stick)
    25G(+223) - Plants; vegetation (+ thorn, prickle)
    25G(+224) - Plants; vegetation (+ bundle of twigs, faggot)
    25G(+25) - Plants; vegetation (+ tendril, twine)
    25G3 - Trees
    25G31 - Shrubs
    25G311 - Shrubs
    25G31(ROSE-BUSH) - Shrubs: rose-bush
    25G32 - Trees
    25G(+32) - Plants; vegetation (+ flowers, blossom, blossoming)
    25G3(+21) - Trees (+ stem, trunk)
    25G3(+211) - Trees (+ stump, stub)
    25G3(+22) - Trees (+ branch, stick)
    25G3(+24) - Trees (+ root, tuber)
    25G(+33) - Plants; vegetation (+ leaves, putting forth leaves)
    25G3(+33) - Trees (+ leaves, putting forth leaves)
    25G3(APPLE-TREE) - Trees: apple-tree
    25G3(DATE-PALM) - Trees: date-palm
    25G3(HOLLY) - Trees (with NAME)
    25G3(HOLLY)(+22) - Trees (with NAME) (+ branch, stick)
    25G3(LAUREL)(+22) - Trees: laurel (+ branch, stick)
    25G3(MULBERRY-TREE) - Trees: mulberry-tree
    25G3(OAK) - Trees: oak
    25G3(OAK)(+22) - Trees: oak (+ branch, stick)
    25G3(OLIVE-TREE) - Trees: olive-tree
    25G3(OLIVE-TREE)(+22) - Trees: olive-tree (+ branch, stick)
    25G3(PALM-TREE) - Trees: palm-tree
    25G3(PALM-TREE)(+22) - Trees: palm-tree (+ branch, stick)
    25G3(PEAR-TREE) - Trees (with NAME)
    25G3(PINE) - Trees: pine
    25G3(WILLOW) - Trees: willow
    25G4 - Plants and herbs
    25G41 - Flowers
    25G411 - Cut flowers; nosegay, bunch of flowers
    25G41(+12) - Flowers (+ heraldic plants)
    25G41(+25) - Flowers (+ tendril, twine)
    25G41(+32) - Flowers (+ flowers, blossom, blossoming)
    25G41(CARNATION) - Flowers: carnation
    25G41(GLADIOLUS) - Flowers (with NAME)
    25G41(IRIS) - Flowers (with NAME)
    25G41(LILY) - Flowers: lily
    25G41(LILY OF THE VALLEY) - Flowers (with NAME)
    25G41(POPPY) - Flowers: poppy
    25G41(ROSE) - Flowers: rose
    25G41(ROSE)(+1) - Flowers: rose (+ plants used symbolically)
    25G41(SUNFLOWER) - Flowers: sunflower
    25G41(THISTLE) - Flowers (with NAME)
    25G4(CABBAGE) - Plants and herbs: cabbage
    25G4(CLOVER) - Plants and herbs: clover
    25G4(HOP) - Plants and herbs: hop
    25G4(IVY) - Plants and herbs: ivy
    25G4(LEEK) - Plants and herbs (with NAME)
    25G4(LETTUCE) - Plants and herbs: lettuce
    25G4(MAIZE) - Plants and herbs (with NAME)
    25G4(MISTLETOE) - Plants and herbs: mistletoe
    25G4(OLIVE)(+22) - Plants and herbs (with NAME) (+ branch, stick)
    25G4(REED) - Plants and herbs: reed
    25G4(SHAMROCK) - Plants and herbs (with NAME)
    25G4(THISTLE) - Plants and herbs: thistle
    25G4(TOBACCO) - Plants and herbs (with NAME)
    25G4(WHEAT) - Plants and herbs: wheat
    25GG3 - Fabulous trees
    25GG41 - Fabulous flowers
    25GG541 - Fabulous mushroom, fairy mushroom
    25H1 - Landscapes in the temperate zone
    25H11 - Mountains
    25H111 - Mountain-range, snow peaks
    25H112 - Rocks
    25H113 - (high) hill
    25H114 - Low hill country
    25H115 - Pit, hole
    25H119 - Cave, grotto
    25H12 - Dale, valley
    25H13 - Coast
    25H131 - Rocky coast
    25H1313 - Cape (coast)
    25H132 - Dune coast
    25H133 - Beach
    25H134 - Coastal marsh
    25H15 - Forest, wood
    25H153 - Bush, shrubs ~ forest
    25H16 - Plain
    25H17 - Meadow, pasture
    25H171 - Mountain meadow, alp
    25H172 - 'locus amoenus' motif; pleasant place with trees (~ taste), meadows (~ sight), spring or brook (~ feeling), singing birds (~ hearing) and flowers (~ smell)
    25H18 - Cultivated land
    25H191 - Swamp, inland marsh, fens
    25H199 - Flood
    25H21 - Water course
    25H211 - Spring, source of river or stream
    25H212 - Brook
    25H213 - River
    25H214 - Lake
    25H215 - River mouth, estuary
    25H216 - Waterfall
    25H217 - River bank
    25H22 - Canal
    25H221 - Lift-lock, canal lock
    25H23 - Sea (seascape)
    25H2311 - Wave
    25H23111 - Surf, breakers
    25I12 - Prospect of city, town panorama, silhouette of city
    25I13 - Public gardens, park
    25I14 - Public road
    25I141 - Street
    25I1411 - Lane, alley
    25I142 - Avenue, boulevard, promenade, esplanade
    25I143 - Quay
    25I144 - Square, place, circus, etc.
    25I145 - Canals, waters (in city)
    25I1451 - Bridge in city across river, canal, etc.
    25I146 - City-walls
    25I1461 - City-gate
    25I151 - Ornamental fountain
    25I152 - Monument, statue
    25I153 - Obelisk, needle
    25I18 - Outskirts of city
    25I2 - Village
    25I22 - Prospect of village, silhouette of village
    25I24 - Public road in village
    25I241 - Village street
    25I244 - Village square, place
    25I2451 - Bridge in village across river, canal, etc.
    25I251 - Ornamental fountain (in village)
    25I28 - Outskirts of village
    25I3 - Farm or solitary house in landscape
    25I44 - Factories and mills in landscape
    25I5 - Landscape with tower or castle
    25I6 - Landscape with bridge, viaduct or aqueduct
    25I7 - Landscape with monument
    25I9 - Landscape with ruins
    25K1 - Landscapes in tropical and sub-tropical regions
    25K13 - Coast (in tropical and sub-tropical regions)
    25K14 - Island (in tropical and sub-tropical regions)
    25K15 - Jungle
    25K16 - Desert
    25K17 - Steppes, open fields
    25K23 - Coast (in polar regions)
    25K3 - Exoticism
    25M1 - Egyptian pyramids (Wonder of the World)
    26A - Clouds
    26B - Rain
    26B2 - Rainbow
    26C - Winds
    26C3 - Storm
    26C32 - Storm at sea
    26C34 - Snowstorm
    26C352 - Whirlwind, cyclone, hurricane, typhoon, tornado at sea
    26D - Frost, freezing weather
    26D1 - Snow
    26D4 - Ice ~ freezing weather
    26E - Thunderstorm
    26E2 - Lightning, flash of lightning, thunderbolt
    26F - Good and bad weather
    29 - Surrealia, surrealistic representations
    29A - Animals acting as human beings
    29A1 - 'mundus inversus', the reversed world, the topsy-turvy world, 'le monde bestourné'
    29B - Plants behaving as human beings or animals
    29C - Objects coming to life, e.g. puppets
    29D - Natural forms in stones, wood, clouds, etc. interpreted as representations
  • Human beings (735 headings)
    31A(+2) - The (nude) human figure; 'Corpo humano' (Ripa) (+ back view)
    31A21 - (human) skeleton
    31A211 - (human) skull
    31A2112 - Teeth
    31A216 - Bones in general (human body)
    31A221 - Head (human)
    31A2211 - Face
    31A22111(NOSE) - Parts of the face: nose
    31A22121 - 'imago omnia videntis'
    31A22210 - Heart symbolism
    31A222101 - Profane heart symbolism ~ love
    31A223612 - Penis, phallus
    31A224 - Arms
    31A2245 - Hand
    31A225 - Legs
    31A22611 - Blood
    31A231 - Standing figure
    31A231(+2) - Standing figure (+ back view)
    31A231(+3) - Standing figure (+ sideview, profile)
    31A232 - Leaning figure
    31A2321 - Leaning forward
    31A233 - Kneeling figure
    31A235 - Sitting figure
    31A2351 - Sitting on the ground
    31A235(+2) - Sitting figure (+ back view)
    31A2353 - Sitting with arms or elbows on the knees
    31A235(+3) - Sitting figure (+ sideview, profile)
    31A2354 - Sitting in someone's lap
    31A236 - Lying figure
    31A2361 - Lying on the back with uplifted upper part of the body
    31A2362 - Lying face downwards
    31A2363 - Lying on one side, stretched out
    31A2364 - Lying on one side, with uplifted upper part of the body and leaning on the arm
    31A2364(+2) - Lying on one side, with uplifted upper part of the body and leaning on the arm (+ back view)
    31A2365 - Lying on the back with hands under the head
    31A237 - Hanging figure (by the arms, legs, etc.)
    31A242 - Head turned sideways
    31A243 - Head bent backwards
    31A244 - Head bent forward; bowing
    31A247 - Looking over the shoulder
    31A2511 - Arm raised upward
    31A25113(+81) - Arm raised, with fist (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A25113(+82) - Arm raised, with fist (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31A2511(+81) - Arm raised upward (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A2511(+82) - Arm raised upward (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31A2512(+81) - Arm stretched forward (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A2512(+82) - Arm stretched forward (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31A2513(+81) - Arm stretched sidewards (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A2513(+82) - Arm stretched sidewards (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31A25161(+81) - Arm or hand held in front of the chest (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A25161(+82) - Arm or hand held in front of the chest (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31A25162(+81) - Hand on the heart (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A25162(+82) - Hand on the heart (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31A2516(+82) - Arm or hand held in front of the body (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31A25171(+81) - Arm bent behind the back (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A2518(+81) - Hand on the hip (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A2518(+82) - Hand on the hip (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31A25191(+81) - Hand in the pocket (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A25191(+82) - Hand in the pocket (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31A25192(+81) - Hand in the sleeve (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A25193(+81) - Hand on breast (or stomach), slipped into opening of vestment (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A2521 - Arms crossed
    31A2522 - Hands folded
    31A25221 - Hands folded with fingers knit
    31A2523 - Hands against each other
    31A2524 - Counting off arguments, calculating on fingers
    31A25312(+81) - Head held in the hand(s), with elbows leaning on an elevation or on the knees (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A25312(+82) - Head held in the hand(s), with elbows leaning on an elevation or on the knees (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31A25331(+81) - Pointing to the forehead with the index finger (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A2533(+81) - Hand towards the forehead (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A2533(+82) - Hand towards the forehead (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31A25344 - Wiping away tears
    31A25344(+81) - Wiping away tears (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A25344(+82) - Wiping away tears (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31A2534(+81) - Hand(s) towards the eye(s) (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A2535(+81) - Hand(s) towards the nose (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A2535(+82) - Hand(s) towards the nose (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31A2536 - Hand(s) towards the mouth
    31A2536(+81) - Hand(s) towards the mouth (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A2536(+82) - Hand(s) towards the mouth (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31A25411 - Walking arm in arm
    31A2541(+81) - Gripping someone by the arm (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A2541(+82) - Gripping someone by the arm (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31A2543 - Gripping someone by the hand or the wrist; clasped hands
    31A25431 - Three or more clasped hands, meaning 'Unity is Strength'
    31A25432 - Leading someone by the hand or wrist
    31A25441 - Gripping someone by the hair
    31A25442(+81) - Gripping someone by the neck (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A25443(+81) - Gripping someone by the throat (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A2545 - Gripping someone by the shoulder
    31A2545(+81) - Gripping someone by the shoulder (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A2545(+82) - Gripping someone by the shoulder (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31A25512(+81) - Fingers spread out (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A25513(+81) - Hand made into a fist (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A25513(+82) - Hand made into a fist (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31A25521(+81) - Palm of the hand turned up (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A2552(+81) - Postures and gestures of the palm of the hand (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A25551(+82) - Index finger upwards (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31A25552 - Index finger forwards, pointing, indicating
    31A25552(+81) - Index finger forwards, pointing, indicating (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31A25552(+82) - Index finger forwards, pointing, indicating (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31A256 - Gesture-language
    31A26112 - Standing or leaning with both legs straight, side by side, standing on tiptoe
    31A26211 - One leg in front of the other, walking position
    31A26212 - One leg in front of the other, one knee bent, lunging
    31A2627 - Standing, leaning, sitting or lying with legs crossed
    31A2711 - Walking
    31A27112 - Running
    31A2711(+2) - Walking (+ back view)
    31A2711(+72) - Walking (+ two persons)
    31A2711(+73) - Walking (+ three persons)
    31A2711(+74) - Walking (+ four persons)
    31A2721 - Jumping up
    31A2723 - Climbing
    31A2724 - Jumping down
    31A2725 - Descending
    31A2731 - Falling
    31A27321 - Stumbling
    31A27331 - Being supported
    31A2734 - Being dragged
    31A2735 - Being thrown
    31A2743 - Hitting at something
    31A2747 - Drawing, pulling something
    31A2753 - Rotating, twisting (movement of the human body)
    31A2761 - Ascending (movement in the air)
    31A2762 - Flying
    31A2771 - Wading, paddling
    31A2772 - Bathing (movement in water)
    31A2773 - Swimming (movement in water)
    31A2775 - Diving (movement in water)
    31A2776 - Sinking (movement in water)
    31A28 - Man and his shadow
    31A311 - Eyeglasses, spectacles
    31A312 - Magnifying glass
    31A32 - Hearing, listening (one of the five senses)
    31A321 - Hearing-aid
    31A325 - Hearing, listening (one of the five senses)
    31A329 - Eavesdropper
    31A411 - Disabilities affecting the eyes
    31A4111 - Blind, blindness
    31A412 - Deaf, deafness
    31A415 - Crippled
    31A4152 - Wooden leg
    31A4153 - Crutches
    31A416 - Crooked, bent person
    31A417 - Hunchback
    31A419 - Mutilated person
    31A421 - Giants, colossi
    31A42(+1) - Human beings (legendary or not) of abnormal proportions, size, strength, etc. (+ parts, limbs and organs larger than normal)
    31A42(+11) - Human beings (legendary or not) of abnormal proportions, size, strength, etc. (+ head, face)
    31A42(+112) - Human beings (legendary or not) of abnormal proportions, size, strength, etc. (+ eyes)
    31A42(+15) - Human beings (legendary or not) of abnormal proportions, size, strength, etc. (+ legs)
    31A422 - Dwarfs
    31A42(+2) - Human beings (legendary or not) of abnormal proportions, size, strength, etc. (+ parts, limbs and organs smaller than normal)
    31A4221 - Pygmies, midgets
    31A4222 - Goblins, hobgoblins
    31A42(+311) - Human beings (legendary or not) of abnormal proportions, size, strength, etc. (+ nose)
    31A42(+312) - Human beings (legendary or not) of abnormal proportions, size, strength, etc. (+ eyes)
    31A42(+32) - Human beings (legendary or not) of abnormal proportions, size, strength, etc. (+ chest)
    31A442 - Anthropomorphic beings with parts in greater number than normal
    31A44(+34) - Anthropomorphic beings (legendary or not) with heads, limbs or organs of an abnormal number, in abnormal places or of an abnormal shape) (+ arms)
    31A44411 - Wild man, wodewose, woodehouse
    31A444412 - Anthropomorphic beings with parts of abnormal shape
    31A4522 - Monsters ~ apes, monkeys
    31A45231 - Sphinx (lion/woman); 'Sfinge' (Ripa)
    31A453 - Monsters ~ birds
    31A458 - Fabulous beings with wings
    31A4581 - Fairy
    31A4582 - Elf
    31A461 - Pain
    31A4621 - Plague
    31A4625 - Dropsy
    31A4632 - Infections and wounds
    31A464 - Emotional illness, derangement, madness
    31A4641 - Possession (by demons)
    31A51 - Making toilet
    31A511 - Mirror
    31A5111 - Looking in the mirror; contemplation of own beauty
    31A51111 - Reflection (in a mirror)
    31A51452 - Perfume bottle
    31A515 - Painting of body or face
    31A5311 - Comb, brush and other tools (care of the hair)
    31A5321 - Hairdresser
    31A533 - Styles of hairdress
    31A5331 - Wig
    31A5333 - Tonsure
    31A5339 - Baldness
    31A534 - Beard
    31A5341 - Moustache
    31A5342 - Whiskers
    31A535 - Barber, barbershop
    31A5351 - Razor
    31A5352 - Barber's basin
    31A542 - Washing one's face and head
    31A551 - Dressing oneself, getting dressed
    31A552 - Undressing oneself, getting undressed
    31A554 - Dressing someone else
    31A5541 - Stripping, undressing someone else
    31A559 - Partially clothed
    31A572 - Looking for fleas
    31A611 - Chamber-pot
    31A63 - Vomiting
    31A7 - The sexes (human being)
    31A71(+73) - Male sex; man (+ three persons)
    31A72 - Female sex; woman
    31A(+72) - The (nude) human figure; 'Corpo humano' (Ripa) (+ two persons)
    31A72(+72) - Female sex; woman (+ two persons)
    31A72(+73) - Female sex; woman (+ three persons)
    31A72(+79) - Female sex; woman (+ more than eight persons)
    31A(+73) - The (nude) human figure; 'Corpo humano' (Ripa) (+ three persons)
    31A(+79) - The (nude) human figure; 'Corpo humano' (Ripa) (+ more than eight persons)
    31A(+89) - The (nude) human figure; 'Corpo humano' (Ripa) (+ nude human being)
    31AA(+2) - The (nude) human figure; 'Corpo humano' (Ripa) - AA - female human figure (+ back view)
    31AA2214 - Mouth - AA - female human figure
    31AA225 - Legs - AA - female human figure
    31AA231 - Standing figure - AA - female human figure
    31AA231(+2) - Standing figure - AA - female human figure (+ back view)
    31AA231(+3) - Standing figure - AA - female human figure (+ sideview, profile)
    31AA231(+72) - Standing figure - AA - female human figure (+ two persons)
    31AA231(+73) - Standing figure - AA - female human figure (+ three persons)
    31AA231(+74) - Standing figure - AA - female human figure (+ four persons)
    31AA232 - Leaning figure - AA - female human figure
    31AA233 - Kneeling figure - AA - female human figure
    31AA233(+2) - Kneeling figure - AA - female human figure (+ back view)
    31AA234 - Squatting, crouching figure - AA - female human figure
    31AA235 - Sitting figure - AA - female human figure
    31AA2351 - Sitting on the ground - AA - female human figure
    31AA235(+2) - Sitting figure - AA - female human figure (+ back view)
    31AA235(+3) - Sitting figure - AA - female human figure (+ sideview, profile)
    31AA2354 - Sitting in someone's lap - AA - female human figure
    31AA235(+72) - Sitting figure - AA - female human figure (+ two persons)
    31AA235(+75) - Sitting figure - AA - female human figure (+ five persons)
    31AA235(+79) - Sitting figure - AA - female human figure (+ more than eight persons)
    31AA236 - Lying figure - AA - female human figure
    31AA2361 - Lying on the back with uplifted upper part of the body - AA - female human figure
    31AA2363 - Lying on one side, stretched out - AA - female human figure
    31AA2364 - Lying on one side, with uplifted upper part of the body and leaning on the arm - AA - female human figure
    31AA243 - Head bent backwards - AA - female human figure
    31AA244 - Head bent forward; bowing - AA - female human figure
    31AA247 - Looking over the shoulder - AA - female human figure
    31AA25113(+82) - Arm raised, with fist - AA - both arms or hands (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31AA2511(+81) - Arm raised upward - AA - both arms or hands (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31AA2511(+82) - Arm raised upward - AA - both arms or hands (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31AA2512(+81) - Arm stretched forward - AA - both arms or hands (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31AA2512(+82) - Arm stretched forward - AA - both arms or hands (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31AA2512(+9131) - Arm stretched forward - AA - both arms or hands (+ beckoning)
    31AA2513 - Arm stretched sidewards - AA - both arms or hands
    31AA2513(+81) - Arm stretched sidewards - AA - both arms or hands (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31AA2513(+82) - Arm stretched sidewards - AA - both arms or hands (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31AA2515(+81) - Arm held downwards - AA - both arms or hands (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31AA25161(+82) - Arm or hand held in front of the chest - AA - both arms or hands (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31AA25171(+81) - Arm bent behind the back - AA - both arms or hands (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31AA2517(+82) - Arm or hand bent behind the body - AA - both arms or hands (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31AA2518(+81) - Hand on the hip - AA - both arms or hands (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31AA2518(+82) - Hand on the hip - AA - both arms or hands (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31AA25191(+81) - Hand in the pocket - AA - both arms or hands (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31AA25191(+82) - Hand in the pocket - AA - both arms or hands (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31AA2521 - Postures and gestures of arms and hands - AA - both arms or hands
    31AA25212 - Postures and gestures of arms and hands - AA - both arms or hands
    31AA2522 - Postures and gestures of arms and hands - AA - both arms or hands
    31AA25221 - Postures and gestures of arms and hands - AA - both arms or hands
    31AA25222 - Postures and gestures of arms and hands - AA - both arms or hands
    31AA2524 - Postures and gestures of arms and hands - AA - both arms or hands
    31AA25312 - Head held in the hand(s), with elbows leaning on an elevation or on the knees - AA - both arms or hands
    31AA25312(+81) - Head held in the hand(s), with elbows leaning on an elevation or on the knees - AA - both arms or hands (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31AA2531(+81) - Hand(s) bent towards the head - AA - both arms or hands (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31AA25344(+82) - Wiping away tears - AA - both arms or hands (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31AA2537(+81) - Hand(s) towards the ear(s) - AA - both arms or hands (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31AA2545 - Gripping someone by the shoulder - AA - both arms or hands
    31AA2545(+82) - Gripping someone by the shoulder - AA - both arms or hands (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31AA2627 - Standing, leaning, sitting or lying with legs crossed - AA - female human figure
    31AA2711 - Walking - AA - female human figure
    31AA27112 - Running - AA - female human figure
    31AA2711(+2) - Walking - AA - female human figure (+ back view)
    31AA2711(+72) - Walking - AA - female human figure (+ two persons)
    31AA2711(+73) - Walking - AA - female human figure (+ three persons)
    31AA2711(+74) - Walking - AA - female human figure (+ four persons)
    31AA2712 - Crawling, going on all fours - AA - female human figure
    31AA2723 - Climbing - AA - female human figure
    31AA2725 - Descending - AA - female human figure
    31AA2731 - Falling - AA - female human figure
    31AA27321 - Stumbling - AA - female human figure
    31AA27331 - Being supported - AA - female human figure
    31AA2734 - Being dragged - AA - female human figure
    31AA2741 - Throwing something - AA - female human figure
    31AA2743 - Hitting at something - AA - female human figure
    31AA2748 - Pushing something - AA - female human figure
    31AA2753 - Rotating, twisting (movement of the human body) - AA - female human figure
    31AA2771 - Wading, paddling - AA - female human figure
    31AA2776 - Sinking (movement in water) - AA - female human figure
    31AA311 - Eyeglasses, spectacles - AA - female human figure
    31AA325 - Hearing, listening (one of the five senses) - AA - female human figure
    31AA3251 - Hearing, listening (one of the five senses) - AA - female human figure
    31AA329 - Eavesdropper - AA - female human figure
    31AA4112 - Cross-eyed; squint - AA - female human figure
    31AA4153 - Crutches - AA - female human figure
    31AA4422 - Anthropomorphic being with two upper bodies - AA - female human figure
    31AA44(+41) - Anthropomorphic beings (legendary or not) with heads, limbs or organs of an abnormal number, in abnormal places or of an abnormal shape) - AA - female human figure (+ head, face)
    31AA45 - Monsters of mixed human and animal shape; 'Mostri' (Ripa) - AA - female human figure
    31AA4524 - Monsters ~ hoofed animals - AA - female human figure
    31AA4561 - Merman - AA - mermaid, siren
    31AA4581 - Fairy - AA - female human figure
    31AA464 - Emotional illness, derangement, madness - AA - female human figure
    31AA51 - Making toilet - AA - (for) women
    31AA511 - Mirror - AA - (for) women
    31AA5111 - Looking in the mirror; contemplation of own beauty - AA - (for) women
    31AA51111 - Reflection (in a mirror) - AA - (for) women
    31AA513 - Making up - AA - (for) women
    31AA515 - Painting of body or face - AA - (for) women
    31AA53 - Hairdress - AA - ~ women
    31AA531 - Care of the hair - AA - ~ women
    31AA5311 - Comb, brush and other tools (care of the hair) - AA - ~ women
    31AA533 - Styles of hairdress - AA - ~ women
    31AA5331 - Wig - AA - ~ women
    31AA534 - Beard - AA - ~ women
    31AA54 - Washing and bathing - AA - in the open air
    31AA542 - Washing one's face and head - AA - in the open air
    31AA54(+3) - Washing and bathing - AA - in the open air (+ many persons)
    31AA551 - Dressing oneself, getting dressed - AA - female human figure
    31AA552 - Undressing oneself, getting undressed - AA - female human figure
    31AA554 - Dressing someone else - AA - female human figure
    31AA559 - Partially clothed - AA - female human figure
    31AA56 - Servant - AA - chambermaid
    31AA(+89) - The (nude) human figure; 'Corpo humano' (Ripa) - AA - female human figure (+ nude human being)
    31B11 - Sleeping in bed
    31B12 - Sleeping in chair
    31B13 - Sleeping on the ground
    31B14 - Yawning
    31B161 - Going to bed
    31B17 - Waking up
    31B171 - Getting up from bed
    31B181 - Fainting, swooning
    31B3 - Dream
    31B31 - Nightmare
    31B51 - Intoxication
    31B52 - Drunkenness
    31B521(+01) - Drunkard
    31B522 - Drunken brawl (usually peasants fighting in an inn)
    31B591 - Temperance, teetotalism
    31B591(+01) - Temperance, teetotalism
    31B6212(+81) - Looking downwards (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31B6213(+81) - Looking sideways (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31B6213(+82) - Looking sideways (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31B6214 - Weeping
    31B6214(+81) - Weeping (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31B6214(+82) - Weeping (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31B6215 - Frowned eyebrows
    31B6215(+81) - Frowned eyebrows (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31B6215(+82) - Frowned eyebrows (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31B621(+918) - Morphology of facial expression ~ eyes (+ caressing, courting, making love)
    31B621(+924) - Morphology of facial expression ~ eyes (+ fearing, being suspicious)
    31B621(+925) - Morphology of facial expression ~ eyes (+ being frightened)
    31B621(+928) - Morphology of facial expression ~ eyes (+ having pleasure in the misfortune of others)
    31B62313 - Smiling
    31B62313(+81) - Smiling (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31B62313(+82) - Smiling (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31B62321 - Laughing
    31B62321(+81) - Laughing (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31B62321(+82) - Laughing (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31B62323(+81) - Tongue stuck out (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31B6233(+81) - Mouth wide open (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31B6233(+925) - Mouth wide open (+ being frightened)
    31B6235 - Speaking
    31B62351 - Crying, shouting
    31B62351(+81) - Crying, shouting (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31B62352(+81) - Whispering (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31B6235(+81) - Speaking (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31B6235(+82) - Speaking (+ female (human being) (not to be used where -AA- is prescribed))
    31B6241 - Cheeks rounded
    31B6261 - Hair raised
    31B6263(+81) - Scratching one's head (+ male human being (not to be used where -A- is prescribed))
    31B6(+911) - Morphology of human expression (+ saluting, showing reverence)
    31B6(+9111) - Morphology of human expression (+ expressing one's gratitude)
    31B6(+9112) - Morphology of human expression (+ inviting)
    31B6(+9113) - Morphology of human expression (+ taking leave)
    31B6(+912) - Morphology of human expression (+ laughing, joy)
    31B6(+913) - Morphology of human expression (+ swinging, waving)
    31B6(+9131) - Morphology of human expression (+ beckoning)
    31B6(+916) - Morphology of human expression (+ helping)
    31B6(+9161) - Morphology of human expression (+ protecting)
    31B6(+917) - Morphology of human expression (+ beseeching)
    31B6(+918) - Morphology of human expression (+ caressing, courting, making love)
    31B6(+921) - Morphology of human expression (+ threatening; fury)
    31B6(+9211) - Morphology of human expression (+ accusing)
    31B6(+922) - Morphology of human expression (+ fighting)
    31B6(+9223) - Morphology of human expression (+ attacking somebody)
    31B6(+9224) - Morphology of human expression (+ pursuing somebody)
    31B6(+923) - Morphology of human expression (+ defending oneself)
    31B6(+9232) - Morphology of human expression (+ refusing somebody or something)
    31B6(+924) - Morphology of human expression (+ fearing, being suspicious)
    31B6(+925) - Morphology of human expression (+ being frightened)
    31B6(+926) - Morphology of human expression (+ despairing)
    31B6(+927) - Morphology of human expression (+ punishing)
    31B6(+9271) - Morphology of human expression (+ chastising)
    31B6(+928) - Morphology of human expression (+ having pleasure in the misfortune of others)
    31B6(+9281) - Morphology of human expression (+ laughing at a person)
    31B6(+931) - Morphology of human expression (+ indicating, pointing at)
    31B6(+932) - Morphology of human expression (+ addressing)
    31B6(+9321) - Morphology of human expression (+ speaking)
    31B6(+9322) - Morphology of human expression (+ commanding)
    31B6(+9323) - Morphology of human expression (+ asking)
    31B6(+933) - Morphology of human expression (+ holding something)
    31B6(+934) - Morphology of human expression (+ reaching for somebody or something, seizing something, touching)
    31B6(+9341) - Morphology of human expression (+ reaching, handing, giving)
    31B6(+938) - Morphology of human expression (+ thinking, meditating)
    31B8 - Fool, simpleton, numskull
    31BB13 - Sleeping on the ground - BB - out of doors
    31BB181 - Fainting, swooning - BB - out of doors
    31C - Spirit (or soul) versus body
    31D1 - The ages of man
    31D11 - The first years ~ the ages of man
    31D111 - Infant, baby ~ the ages of man
    31D112 - Child
    31D11221 - Boy (child between toddler and youth)
    31D11221(+72) - Boy (child between toddler and youth) (+ two persons)
    31D11221(+73) - Boy (child between toddler and youth) (+ three persons)
    31D11222 - Girl (child between toddler and youth)
    31D11222(+72) - Girl (child between toddler and youth) (+ two persons)
    31D11222(+75) - Girl (child between toddler and youth) (+ five persons)
    31D112(+72) - Child (+ two persons)
    31D112(+73) - Child (+ three persons)
    31D12 - Youth, adolescent
    31D13 - Adolescent, young woman, maiden
    31D13(+73) - Adolescent, young woman, maiden (+ three persons)
    31D14 - Adult man
    31D15 - Adult woman
    31D16 - Old man
    31D17 - Old woman
    31D172 - Ugly old woman, hag
    31D2 - Human life divided into stages
    31D21 - The ages of man represented by a staircase
    31D2211 - Human life divided into stages
    31D26(+3) - Human life divided into stages
    31D5 - Young versus old age; young and old
    31D6 - Rejuvenation
    31E1 - Dying
    31E111 - Making a testament
    31E112 - Assembly of relatives ~ dying person
    31E113 - Last words and last favours, nuncupate
    31E12 - Deathbed
    31E121 - Death with faith (peaceful death) versus death without faith (fear of death)
    31E13 - 'Ars moriendi'
    31E141 - Still-born child
    31E213 - 'sudden death'
    31E219 - Natural death
    31E2211 - Death by drowning (non-violent)
    31E2212 - Drowned person
    31E22211 - Accidental death ~ fire
    31E2222 - Accidental death ~ cold
    31E229 - Death caused by undesired effects of human activities, in traffic, at work, etc.
    31E23 - Violent death, being killed; being mishandled and maltreated; seeking death
    31E23111 - Drowning (violent death ~ water)
    31E2312 - Violent death ~ fire
    31E23121 - Violent death by burning at the stake; pyre
    31E231221 - Violent death by boiling
    31E231312 - Partially buried
    31E23141 - Deprivation of air, choking
    31E23(+2) - Violent death, being killed; being mishandled and maltreated; seeking death (+ death by murder)
    31E23221 - Violent death by freezing
    31E23(+311) - Violent death, being killed; being mishandled and maltreated; seeking death (+ death in a duel)
    31E2333 - Violent death by poison
    31E23332 - Violent death by poison in drink
    31E233331 - Violent death by snake-bite
    31E233461 - Violent death ~ internal causes
    31E23411 - Violent death by stoning
    31E23421 - Violent death by blow on the head with object
    31E2345 - Violent death by pricking
    31E2346 - Violent death by weapon
    31E23461 - Violent death by arrow(s)
    31E23462 - Violent death by lance, spear
    31E234631 - Violent death by sword
    31E234631(+7) - Violent death by sword (+ seeking death, suicide)
    31E234632 - Violent death by dagger, knife
    31E234632(+7) - Violent death by dagger, knife (+ seeking death, suicide)
    31E23472 - Violent death by fusillade
    31E2348 - Violent death ~ being thrown (from a height), being thrown into a pit
    31E235 - Violent death ~ maltreatment, torture
    31E2354 - Violent death by strangling
    31E2355 - Violent death by hanging
    31E2355(+6) - Violent death by hanging (+ execution (by judicial verdict))
    31E2355(+61) - Violent death by hanging (+ instrument of execution)
    31E2355(+61)(GALLOWS) - Violent death by hanging (+ instrument of execution)
    31E2355(+61)(SCAFFOLD) - Violent death by hanging (+ instrument of execution)
    31E2362 - Violent death by removal of parts of the body by cutting, sawing, tearing
    31E23621 - Violent death by beheading
    31E236211 - Violent death ~ beheading by guillotine
    31E236219 - Head of a beheaded person
    31E23623 - Violent death by disembowelment, pulling out of intestines
    31E23624 - Violent death by quartering
    31E2364 - Violent death by opening of arteries
    31E2365 - Violent death by throwing to the wild animals
    31E238 - Seeking death, suicide
    31E2774 - Causes of death
    31E3 - The corpse
    31E31 - Certification of death, autopsy, post-mortem examination
    31E34 - Finding a dead person
    31E34(+0) - Finding a dead person (+ variant)
    31E4(+0) - Raising from the dead (+ variant)
    31E5 - Life versus death
    31E51 - Meeting between the (three) living and the (three) dead
    31EE231312 - Partially buried - EE - death not certain; wounded person
    31F1 - Symbols of Death
    31F11 - Death's head, skull (symbol of Death)
    31F23 - Death as man
    31F24 - Death as old man
    31F25 - Death as (rotting) corpse
    31F25(+3) - Death as (rotting) corpse (+ Death with bow and arrow)
    31F25(+4) - Death as (rotting) corpse (+ Death with scythe)
    31F26 - Death as skeleton
    31F26(+3) - Death as skeleton (+ Death with bow and arrow)
    31F26(+4) - Death as skeleton (+ Death with scythe)
    31F26(+5) - Death as skeleton (+ Death with musical instrument)
    31F26(+6) - Death as skeleton (+ Death with crown)
    31F33 - Death battling with Life, or with the living
    31F331 - Death conquering Life or the living
    31G32 - The soul travelling
    31G322 - Angel guiding a soul to heaven, 'psychopompos'
    31G331 - Weighing of the soul
    32A21 - Fat (human type)
    32A22 - Thin (human type)
    32A231 - Fat and thin (human types)
    32A235 - Fat and thin (human types)
    32A2711 - Fat and thin (human types)
    32A4 - Various human types
    32A5 - Caricatures (human types)
    32AA231(+3) - Human types
    32B311 - Europeans
    32B311(ANGLO-SAXONS) - Europeans (with NAME)
    32B311(BRITONS) - Europeans (with NAME)
    32B311(ENGLISH) - Europeans (with NAME)
    32B311(FRENCH) - Europeans (with NAME)
    32B311(GERMANS) - Europeans: Germans
    32B311(IRISH) - Europeans (with NAME)
    32B311(ITALIANS?) - Europeans (with NAME)
    32B311(ITALIANS) - Europeans (with NAME)
    32B311(NORSEMEN) - Europeans (with NAME)
    32B311(PRUSSIANS) - Europeans (with NAME)
    32B311(RUSSIANS) - Europeans (with NAME)
    32B311(SCOTS) - Europeans (with NAME)
    32B311(SCOTS)(+52) - Europeans (with NAME) (+ women)
    32B311(SPANIARDS) - Europeans: Spaniards
    32B311(SPANISH) - Europeans (with NAME)
    32B311(SWISS) - Europeans (with NAME)
    32B311(WELSH) - Europeans (with NAME)
    32B3121 - Non-European white peoples
    32B312(AMERICANS) - Non-European white peoples: Americans
    32B32 - Africans
    32B321 - African negroes
    32B3211 - American negroes
    32B3211(+52) - American negroes (+ women)
    32B321(+52) - African negroes (+ women)
    32B321(+53) - African negroes (+ babies and children)
    32B32(BEDOUINS) - Africans (with NAME)
    32B33 - Asiatic races and peoples
    32B3311 - Chinese
    32B3312 - Japanese
    32B33(ARABS) - Asiatic races and peoples (with NAME)
    32B33(EGYPTIANS) - Asiatic races and peoples (with NAME)
    32B33(INDIANS) - Asiatic races and peoples: Indians
    32B33(PERSIANS) - Asiatic races and peoples: Persians
    32B33(TURKS) - Asiatic races and peoples: Turks
    32B342 - Red Indians, American Indians
    32B35(AUSTRALIANS) - Australian and Oceanian races (with NAME)
    32B36 - Primitive races and peoples; aborigines
    32B36(+9) - Primitive races and peoples; aborigines (+ caricatured)
    32C21 - Scientific classification of human races
    32D13 - Human types; peoples and nationalities
    33A11 - Baring the head, lifting one's hat
    33A12 - Shaking hands, 'dextrarum junctio'
    33A12(+02) - Shaking hands, 'dextrarum junctio'
    33A13 - Meeting
    33A131 - Introducing
    33A132 - Recognizing
    33A14 - Embracing each other, kissing
    33A15 - Laying the hand on another person's shoulder
    33A2 - Taking leave
    33A3 - Visiting; receiving guests; elegant company
    33A31 - Knocking at the door
    33A34 - Person addressing a group, orator
    33A35 - Conversation, dialogue; conversation piece
    33A39 - Loose company
    33A4 - Bringing gifts; exchanging gifts
    33A5 - Friends
    33A52 - Hand on shoulder (friends)
    33A53 - Arm in arm (friends)
    33A59 - Bad companions
    33A6 - Saving an endangered fellow man
    33A61 - Help (to an endangered fellow man)
    33A7 - Neighbour
    33B1 - Quarrel, argument
    33B11 - Mocking, insulting; teasing
    33B111 - Cocking a snook (gesture with thumb to nose, fingers spread out)
    33B17 - Quarrel, argument
    33B2 - Duelling
    33B2(+0) - Duelling (+ variant)
    33B3 - Fighting
    33B31 - Fist-fight
    33B32 - Kicking
    33B35 - Fighting
    33B4 - Abducting
    33B41 - Kidnapping
    33B6 - Killing ~ aggressive relationships
    33B9 - Flight, running away; pursuing
    33C(+01) - Relations between the sexes
    33C1 - Pernicious influence of women, 'femmes fatales'
    33C21 - Courting
    33C2111 - Watching the beloved asleep
    33C2121 - Lover with love-letter
    33C213 - Serenade to the beloved
    33C214 - Presents offered to the beloved
    33C2141 - St. Valentine's day
    33C215 - Lover crowned with a wreath
    33C2161 - Lover (man) alone (e.g. longing for the beloved)
    33C2162 - Lover (woman) alone (e.g. longing for the beloved)
    33C218 - Awakening love
    33C219 - Unsuccessful love affair; seduction
    33C22 - Lovers' meeting
    33C221 - One lover waiting for the other
    33C222 - Man (lover) entering through window
    33C222(+0) - Man (lover) entering through window (+ variant)
    33C225 - Parting, leave-taking (of lovers)
    33C226 - Interrupted meeting, lovers caught by surprise
    33C2262 - Lovers spied upon
    33C227 - Lovers brought together by a third person
    33C229 - Lover chased away; to be given the mitten
    33C2291 - Chamber-pot is emptied from above ~ chasing away (unwanted) lover
    33C23 - Couple of lovers
    33C231 - Arm in arm (lovers)
    33C232 - (lovers) kissing each other
    33C2321 - Kissing the hand (lovers)
    33C233 - (lovers) embracing each other, 'symplegma'
    33C234 - (lovers) caressing each other
    33C235 - Lovers' tussle
    33C29 - The envious friends; criticizing bystanders ~ love couple
    33C3 - One-sided courting; pursuit; difficult choice
    33C31 - One-sided courting
    33C311 - Woman in flight (one-sided courting)
    33C312 - Lover deserting woman
    33C3121 - Deserted woman
    33C313 - Man accused by woman he has cast off
    33C314 - Man in flight (one-sided courting)
    33C32 - Pursuit of a woman, prowling
    33C321 - Rivalry of men for the love of a woman; trying to get the skirt; 'Rivalità' (Ripa)
    33C3211 - Rivalry of women for the love of a man; fight for the hose; 'andouille'
    33C33 - The (difficult) choice ~ courting
    33C333 - Choice between wealth and youth
    33C35 - One-sided courting; pursuit; difficult choice
    33C4 - Coitus, cohabiting, sexual intercourse
    33C41 - Man and woman cohabiting
    33C4211 - 'la cruche cassée' (loss of virginity symbolized)
    33C4212 - Bird-cage opened (loss of virginity symbolized)
    33C44 - Fallen woman
    33C49 - Rape, violation
    33C5 - Prostitution
    33C51 - Brothel
    33C52 - Whore, prostitute
    33C56 - Soliciting in the street ~ prostitution
    33C71 - Castration
    33C8 - Amorousness, desire
    33C813 - Defence of chastity
    33C84 - Courtly love
    33C86 - Woman-chaser
    33C87 - Peeping, voyeur
    33C93 - Garden of Love, court of Love, 'fête galante'
    33C971 - Lovesick lover
    34(+1) - Man and animal (+ feeding animal)
    34(+11) - Man and animal (+ watering animal)
    34(+22) - Man and animal (+ animal cage)
    34(+511) - Man and animal (+ castration of animal)
    34(+91) - Man and animal (+ animals used symbolically)
    34(+9332) - Man and animal (+ antlers; horn)
    34(+9352) - Man and animal (+ feathers)
    34(+942) - Man and animal (+ feeding and care of young)
    34(+945) - Man and animal (+ animals eating and drinking)
    34(+951) - Man and animal (+ fighting animals; aggressive relations)
    34(+963) - Man and animal (+ dying animal; death of animal; dead animal)
    34(+964) - Man and animal (+ animal killed by man)
    34(+981) - Man and animal (+ animals used as cattle, livestock)
    34A1 - Friendship between man and animal; caressing, petting
    34A11 - Taming, domestication of animals; tamed or domesticated animal
    34A22 - Training of horses
    34A3 - Training of dogs
    34A41 - Earning money with bear
    34A42 - Earning money with monkey
    34A9 - Man tormenting animal(s)
    34b11 - Man and animal
    34B11 - Dog
    34B11(+1) - Dog (+ feeding animal)
    34B112 - Dog with bone
    34B113 - Watch-dog, dog watching
    34B11(+949) - Dog (+ audible means of communication of animal(s): roaring, crying, singing, barking, mewing, neighing, chirping, etc.)
    34B11(+951) - Dog (+ fighting animals; aggressive relations)
    34B11(BULLDOG) - Dog (with NAME of kind)
    34B11(GREYHOUND) - Dog (with NAME of kind)
    34B11(HOUND) - Dog (with NAME of kind)
    34B11(IRISH WOLFHOUND) - Dog (with NAME of kind)
    34B11(POODLE) - Dog (with NAME of kind)
    34B11(WOLFHOUND) - Dog (with NAME of kind)
    34B12 - Cat
    34B121 - Cat and mouse
    34B12(+967) - Cat (+ stuffed animal)
    34B13 - Domestic birds (inside the house)
    34B131 - Bird in a cage
    34B132 - Birds in a large cage, aviary
    34B13(+22) - Domestic birds (inside the house) (+ animal cage)
    34B133 - Bird on a cord or string
    34B13(+963) - Domestic birds (inside the house) (+ dying animal; death of animal; dead animal)
    34B21 - Poultry house
    34B211 - Pond
    34B23 - Domestic birds kept outside the house
    34B231 - Doves, pigeons
    34B2311 - Dove-cote
    34B23111 - Dove-cote
    34B232 - Fowl (cock, hen, chicken, etc.)
    34B2321 - Chicken house
    34B232(+1) - Fowl (cock, hen, chicken, etc.) (+ feeding animal)
    34B232(+51) - Fowl (cock, hen, chicken, etc.) (+ male animal)
    34B2332 - Geese (domestic waterbirds)
    34B2333 - Ducks (domestic waterbirds)
    34B2333(+942) - Ducks (domestic waterbirds) (+ feeding and care of young)
    34C11 - Feeding wild animals in winter
    34C211 - Nesting-box
    34D - Control and eradication of injurious animals
    34D122 - Rat exterminator
    34D21 - Scarecrow
    34E11 - Lion's den
    34F - Man and (wild) animal
    34F1 - Animals threatening man
    34F11 - Man struggling with animals
    34F12 - Man killing animal
    34F13 - Animal killing man
    34G - Man disguised as animal
    34G(+0) - Man disguised as animal (+ variant)
    34G(+52) - Man disguised as animal (+ female animal)
    35 - Pastorals, Arcadian scenes
  • Housing, food and fashion (476 headings)
    41A1 - Civic architecture; edifices; dwellings
    41A11 - Palace
    41A12 - Castle
    41A13 - Edifice, e.g.: public building, department store
    41A14 - Urban housing
    41A141 - The usual house or row of houses
    41A143 - Detached house in city
    41A16 - Rural housing, e.g. country-house, villa, cottage
    41A17 - Farm (building)
    41A171 - Barn
    41A171(+0) - Barn (+ variant)
    41A18 - Hut, cabin, lodge
    41A191 - Tent
    41A1911 - Tent-camp
    41A196 - Cave-dwelling
    41A2 - Interior of the house
    41A2(+01) - Interior of the house
    41A211 - Corridor
    41A221 - Living-room, parlour, sitting-room
    41A222 - Drawing-room, 'salon'
    41A2221 - Boudoir
    41A223 - Dining-room
    41A23 - Bedroom
    41A251 - Study; 'studiolo'; library
    41A255 - Attic, loft
    41A2612 - Interior of the house
    41A262 - Interior of the house
    41A29 - Interior of the house
    41A31 - Façade (of house or building)
    41A32 - Door
    41A321 - Opening the door
    41A3211 - Open door
    41A3212 - Divided door, upper part opened
    41A323 - Monumental door, porch, 'aediculum'
    41A3241 - Door-knocker, doorbell
    41A325 - Threshold
    41A328 - Lock ~ door
    41A3281 - Key
    41A33 - Window
    41A331 - Opening the window
    41A3311 - Open window
    41A333 - Window shutters
    41A336 - Human figure at (open) window
    41A3361 - Human figure at (open) window, seen from outside
    41A3362 - Human figure at (open) window, seen from inside
    41A34 - Staircase
    41A343 - Ladder
    41A35 - Front steps
    41A351 - Terrace
    41A36 - Roof (of house or building)
    41A361 - Tower (of house or building)
    41A3611 - Spire (of tower on house or building)
    41A37 - Basement, cellar
    41A38 - Balcony
    41A381 - Loggia, verandah, porch
    41A3911 - Well
    41A3912 - Pump
    41A3913 - Tap, faucet
    41A41 - Wall-covering
    41A411 - Wall-paper
    41A421 - Curtains
    41A4231 - Canopy, baldachin
    41A43 - Floor-covering
    41A431 - Carpet, rug
    41A51 - Courtyard
    41A51111 - Inner court of palace or 'hôtel'
    41A53 - Shed
    41A54 - Fence, wall, paling
    41A541 - Balustrade
    41A542 - Gate, entrance
    41A542(+02) - Gate, entrance
    41A6 - Garden
    41A62 - Garden buildings
    41A621 - Pergola
    41A622 - Summer-house, arbour, garden-house (Dutch: 'theekoepel')
    41A624 - Belvedere
    41A625 - Trellis
    41A631 - Lawn
    41A632 - Flower-bed
    41A635 - Fenced or walled garden; 'Hortus Conclusus'
    41A636 - French or architectonic garden; formal garden
    41A637 - English or landscape garden
    41A638 - Garden approach, garden drive
    41A64 - Garden ornaments
    41A641 - Statues, sculptures in garden
    41A646 - Garden vase
    41A651 - Garden fountain
    41A652 - Garden pond
    41A653 - Garden cascade
    41A67 - Ornamental plants
    41A671 - Still life of plants, flowers and fruit
    41A6711 - Flowers in a vase
    41A681 - Gardening
    41A6811 - Watering plants
    41A682(RAKE) - Gardening-tools (with NAME)
    41A682(ROLLER) - Gardening-tools (with NAME)
    41A682(SPADE) - Gardening-tools (with NAME)
    41A682(WATERING-CAN) - Gardening-tools (with NAME)
    41A711 - Table
    41A7112 - Trestle table
    41A711(+9) - Table (+ broken, damaged)
    41A712 - Shelves, rack, sideboard
    41A721 - Chair
    41A7211 - Stool
    41A721(+9) - Chair (+ broken, damaged)
    41A722 - Couch, sofa, settee
    41A7221 - Cushion
    41A723 - Bench
    41A731 - Cupboard
    41A733 - Chest, coffer
    41A755 - Decorative furniture
    41A761 - Bed
    41A7611 - Built-in bedstead (Dutch: 'bedstee')
    41A7612 - Bed with tester
    41A762 - Hammock
    41A7632 - Pillow
    41A7633 - Sheet
    41A771 - Container of metal: bucket, can, canister, drum, tin
    41A773 - Container of ceramics: jar, jug, pot, vase
    41A774 - Container of glass: bottle, jar, vase
    41A774(+9) - Container of glass: bottle, jar, vase (+ broken, damaged)
    41A775 - Wooden container: barrel, cask, bucket
    41A7751 - Container made of plant material other than wood: basket
    41A776 - Container of leather: leather bag
    41A777 - Container of textile material: bag, sack, net
    41A78 - Fancy goods, knick-knacks
    41AA11 - Palace - AA - civic architecture: inside
    41AA12 - Castle - AA - civic architecture: inside
    41AA16 - Rural housing, e.g. country-house, villa, cottage - AA - civic architecture: inside
    41AA171 - Barn - AA - civic architecture: inside
    41AA33 - Window - AA - feigned window
    41AA336 - Human figure at (open) window - AA - feigned window
    41B1 - Open fire (in general)
    41B11 - Kindling a fire
    41B113 - Sulphur match
    41B12 - Burning as process
    41B121 - Flame
    41B121(+02) - Flame
    41B131 - Blowing (stirring up a fire)
    41B1311 - Bellows
    41B1331 - Poker (~ open fire)
    41B151 - Soot
    41B16 - Camp-fire; watch-fire
    41B161 - Bonfire
    41B162 - Smoke
    41B21 - Open hearth, fire-place
    41B211 - Warming oneself at a fire (or hearth, stove, fire-pan, brazier)
    41B212 - Implements ~ fire-place
    41B2121 - Fire-tongs
    41B2131 - Fire-screen
    41B2132 - Fender
    41B214 - Chimney
    41B2141 - Chimney-piece, mantelpiece
    41B22 - Heating stove
    41B222 - Stove-pipe
    41B231 - Warming-pan (for bed)
    41B31 - Candle
    41B3(+1) - Lighting; lamps (+ kindling a light; lit, burning light, lamp, candle)
    41B311 - Chandelier, candelabrum
    41B31(+1) - Candle (+ kindling a light; lit, burning light, lamp, candle)
    41B312 - Sconce, wall lamp
    41B313 - Candlestick
    41B314 - Snuffers
    41B32 - Torch
    41B33 - Lantern
    41B34 - Oil-lamp
    41B35 - Paraffin lamp
    41B4 - On fire, ablaze
    41B5 - Fire-fighting
    41B51 - Fire-department, fire-brigade
    41B511 - Firemen
    41B522 - Pump (fire-extinguishing equipment)
    41B53 - Rescue from fire
    41BB113 - Heating and lighting
    41C10 - Gastronomy, the art of eating and drinking
    41C11 - Eating
    41C111 - Giving food
    41C119 - Hunger
    41C1191 - Starvation, famine
    41C12 - Drinking
    41C121 - Giving drink
    41C122 - Pouring
    41C21 - Kitchen
    41C211 - Kitchen-interior
    41C22 - Kitchen-personnel
    41C221 - Cook
    41C222 - Kitchen-maid, kitchen servant
    41C241 - Cellar
    41C2411 - Wine-cellar
    41C24111 - Wine-steward
    41C25 - Cooking food
    41C251 - Roasting, grilling
    41C2511(+0) - Spit ~ cooking (+ variant)
    41C2512 - Grill, gridiron ~ cooking food
    41C253 - Boiling
    41C254 - Kitchen-fire
    41C2541 - Open fire, fire-place, stove (in kitchen)
    41C2543 - Oven ~ kitchen
    41C26 - Preparation of food
    41C26131 - Plucked fowl
    41C262 - Dividing (food)
    41C2621 - Cutting meat
    41C2622 - Slicing bread
    41C263 - Mixing, combining (preparing food)
    41C269 - Washing up
    41C27(COLANDER) - Kitchen-utensils: colander
    41C27(FRYING-PAN) - Kitchen-utensils (with NAME)
    41C27(FUNNEL) - Kitchen-utensils: funnel
    41C27(KETTLE) - Kitchen-utensils (with NAME)
    41C27(KNIFE) - Kitchen-utensils (with NAME)
    41C27(LADLE) - Kitchen-utensils: ladle
    41C27(POT) - Kitchen-utensils: pot
    41C27(SAUCE-PAN) - Kitchen-utensils (with NAME)
    41C3 - Laid table: table-ware, table-decoration, etc.
    41C31 - Table-ware
    41C311 - Table-knife
    41C312 - Fork
    41C313 - Spoon
    41C317 - Wine-cooler
    41C32 - Drinking-vessels
    41C3(+2) - Laid table: table-ware, table-decoration, etc. (+ toast at meal, banquet)
    41C321 - Cup
    41C322 - Mug, beaker, goblet
    41C323 - Glass, rummer
    41C324 - Tankard
    41C325 - Table fountain
    41C326 - Jar, jug (used as drinking-vessel)
    41C33 - Tea- and coffee-service
    41C3(+3) - Laid table: table-ware, table-decoration, etc. (+ serving, servants at table, meal)
    41C331 - Cup and saucer
    41C333 - Tea-pot; samovar
    41C33(+9) - Tea- and coffee-service (+ broken, damaged tableware, etc.)
    41C34 - Dinner-service
    41C341 - Dish, plate, saucer
    41C342 - Serving-dish, platter
    41C345 - Bowl
    41C36 - (dinner-)service displayed on sideboard
    41C37 - Table-cloth
    41C371 - Napkin
    41C37221 - Table-cloth
    41C3(+9) - Laid table: table-ware, table-decoration, etc. (+ broken, damaged tableware, etc.)
    41C4 - (family) meal
    41C41 - Breakfast
    41C411 - Morning coffee
    41C4(+2) - (family) meal (+ toast at meal, banquet)
    41C421 - High tea
    41C4211 - Tea-ceremony
    41C43 - Evening meal, dinner, supper
    41C4(+3) - (family) meal (+ serving, servants at table, meal)
    41C4(+5) - (family) meal (+ shape of laid table)
    41C49 - (family) meal
    41C5 - Celebration meal, feast, banquet
    41C51 - Banquet of elegant company
    41C51(+3) - Banquet of elegant company (+ serving, servants at table, meal)
    41C52 - Carousal, drinking-bout, orgy
    41C5(+2) - Celebration meal, feast, banquet (+ toast at meal, banquet)
    41C5(+3) - Celebration meal, feast, banquet (+ serving, servants at table, meal)
    41C6 - Foodstuffs; still life of foodstuffs
    41C61 - Flour
    41C611 - Kinds of flour or grain
    41C6(+2) - Foodstuffs; still life of foodstuffs (+ foodstuffs, drink, etc. on a plate)
    41C621 - Bread, loaf
    41C622 - Cake, tart, pastry
    41C625 - Pie
    41C63 - Sugar
    41C631 - Loaf-sugar
    41C6413 - Milk
    41C642 - Eggs, egg-dishes
    41C65 - Vegetables and fruit; still life of vegetables and fruit
    41C6(+5) - Foodstuffs; still life of foodstuffs (+ foodstuffs in other container, e.g.: barrel, can, cask, tin, etc.)
    41C652 - Vegetables
    41C653 - Fruit
    41C66 - Seasonings, spices
    41C671 - Oils and vegetable fats
    41C672 - Vinegar
    41C673 - Sauces
    41C68 - Fish; still life of fishes
    41C681(OYSTER) - Seafood (with NAME)
    41C69 - Meat; still life of meat
    41C692(BACON) - Kinds of meat (with NAME)
    41C692(BEEF) - Kinds of meat (with NAME)
    41C692(MUTTON) - Kinds of meat (with NAME)
    41C693 - Sausage
    41C694 - Ham
    41C696 - Broth, soup
    41C71 - Alcoholic drinks
    41C711 - Wine ~ alcoholic drinks
    41C71(+1) - Alcoholic drinks (+ taking (particular) foodstuffs: eating, drinking, smoking, chewing, etc.)
    41C7111 - Glass of wine
    41C711(+1) - Wine ~ alcoholic drinks (+ taking (particular) foodstuffs: eating, drinking, smoking, chewing, etc.)
    41C71112 - Glass of wine
    41C7112 - Bottle of wine
    41C711(+5) - Wine ~ alcoholic drinks (+ foodstuffs in other container, e.g.: barrel, can, cask, tin, etc.)
    41C713 - Distilled spirits
    41C71(+3) - Alcoholic drinks (+ foodstuffs in a glass)
    41C7131 - Genever, gin
    41C713(+1) - Distilled spirits (+ taking (particular) foodstuffs: eating, drinking, smoking, chewing, etc.)
    41C7131(+5) - Genever, gin (+ foodstuffs in other container, e.g.: barrel, can, cask, tin, etc.)
    41C7132 - Whisky
    41C7132(+1) - Whisky (+ taking (particular) foodstuffs: eating, drinking, smoking, chewing, etc.)
    41C713(+3) - Distilled spirits (+ foodstuffs in a glass)
    41C713(+4) - Distilled spirits (+ foodstuffs in glass bottle or jar, bottled)
    41C713(+5) - Distilled spirits (+ foodstuffs in other container, e.g.: barrel, can, cask, tin, etc.)
    41C714 - Beer, ale
    41C71(+4) - Alcoholic drinks (+ foodstuffs in glass bottle or jar, bottled)
    41C714(+1) - Beer, ale (+ taking (particular) foodstuffs: eating, drinking, smoking, chewing, etc.)
    41C714(+5) - Beer, ale (+ foodstuffs in other container, e.g.: barrel, can, cask, tin, etc.)
    41C71(+5) - Alcoholic drinks (+ foodstuffs in other container, e.g.: barrel, can, cask, tin, etc.)
    41C715(PUNCH) - Other alcoholic drinks (with NAME)
    41C715(WASSAIL) - Other alcoholic drinks (with NAME)
    41C721 - Coffee
    41C7211 - Cup of coffee
    41C722 - Tea (leaves)
    41C7221 - Cup of tea
    41C734 - Other non-alcoholic drinks
    41C74 - Tobacco
    41C741 - Pipe ~ tobacco
    41C7411 - Water-pipe, hookah, narghile
    41C741(+1) - Pipe ~ tobacco (+ taking (particular) foodstuffs: eating, drinking, smoking, chewing, etc.)
    41C7411(+1) - Water-pipe, hookah, narghile (+ taking (particular) foodstuffs: eating, drinking, smoking, chewing, etc.)
    41C741(+5) - Pipe ~ tobacco (+ foodstuffs in other container, e.g.: barrel, can, cask, tin, etc.)
    41C742 - Cigar
    41C742(+1) - Cigar (+ taking (particular) foodstuffs: eating, drinking, smoking, chewing, etc.)
    41C743(+1) - Cigarette (+ taking (particular) foodstuffs: eating, drinking, smoking, chewing, etc.)
    41C744 - Snuff
    41C7441 - Snuff-box
    41C744(+1) - Snuff (+ taking (particular) foodstuffs: eating, drinking, smoking, chewing, etc.)
    41C745 - Chewing-tobacco
    41C74(+5) - Tobacco (+ foodstuffs in other container, e.g.: barrel, can, cask, tin, etc.)
    41C7(+5) - Drinks, stimulants, drugs (+ foodstuffs in other container, e.g.: barrel, can, cask, tin, etc.)
    41C751 - Opium
    41C7511(+1) - Opium-pipe (+ taking (particular) foodstuffs: eating, drinking, smoking, chewing, etc.)
    41C774 - Drinks, stimulants, drugs
    41C9 - Cannibalism
    41C921 - Cannibalism
    41CC5 - Celebration meal, feast, banquet - CC - out of doors
    41D1 - Fashion
    41D11 - Fashion plates
    41D131 - Dandy, beau
    41D132 - Fashionable woman, 'belle'
    41D2 - Clothes, costume
    41D21 - Clothes covering the entire body
    41D211 - Dress, gown
    41D212 - Coat, cape
    41D212(+43) - Coat, cape (+ fur used for clothes)
    41D212(+6) - Coat, cape (+ undressing, taking off clothes)
    41D212(+7) - Coat, cape (+ worn or torn clothes)
    41D212(+82) - Coat, cape (+ women's clothes)
    41D221 - Head-gear
    41D2211 - Veil
    41D221(+1) - Head-gear (+ home making of clothes)
    41D2212 - Phrygian bonnet
    41D221(+44) - Head-gear (+ feathers used for clothes)
    41D221(+5) - Head-gear (+ dressing, putting on clothes)
    41D221(+82) - Head-gear (+ women's clothes)
    41D221(BONNET) - Head-gear (with NAME)
    41D221(BONNET)(+1) - Head-gear (with NAME) (+ home making of clothes)
    41D221(BOWLER) - Head-gear: bowler hat
    41D221(CAP) - Head-gear: cap
    41D221(CAP)(+82) - Head-gear: cap (+ women's clothes)
    41D221(HEAD-DRESS) - Head-gear (with NAME)
    41D221(HOOD) - Head-gear: hood
    41D221(HOOD)(+82) - Head-gear: hood (+ women's clothes)
    41D221(KERCHIEF) - Head-gear (with NAME)
    41D221(PHRYGIAN CAP) - Head-gear (with NAME)
    41D221(SCOTCH BONNET) - Head-gear (with NAME)
    41D221(TOP-HAT) - Head-gear (with NAME)
    41D221(TRICORN) - Head-gear (with NAME)
    41D221(TURBAN) - Head-gear: turban
    41D221(TURBAN)(+82) - Head-gear: turban (+ women's clothes)
    41D222 - Neck-gear ~ clothing
    41D222(BOW-TIE) - Neck-gear ~ clothing (with NAME)
    41D222(COLLAR) - Neck-gear: collar
    41D222(CRAVAT) - Neck-gear ~ clothing (with NAME)
    41D222(KERCHIEF) - Neck-gear ~ clothing (with NAME)
    41D222(NECKERCHIEF) - Neck-gear ~ clothing (with NAME)
    41D222(NECKTIE) - Neck-gear ~ clothing (with NAME)
    41D222(RUFF) - Neck-gear ~ clothing (with NAME)
    41D222(STANDING BAND) - Neck-gear ~ clothing (with NAME)
    41D223(+43) - Clothing for the upper part of the body (+ fur used for clothes)
    41D223(+6) - Clothing for the upper part of the body (+ undressing, taking off clothes)
    41D223(DOUBLET) - Clothing for the upper part of the body (with NAME)
    41D223(KERCHIEF) - Clothing for the upper part of the body (with NAME)
    41D223(ROBE) - Clothing for the upper part of the body (with NAME)
    41D223(SASH) - Clothing for the upper part of the body (with NAME)
    41D223(SASH)(+82) - Clothing for the upper part of the body (with NAME) (+ women's clothes)
    41D223(SHAWL) - Clothing for the upper part of the body (with NAME)
    41D223(SHAWL)(+81) - Clothing for the upper part of the body (with NAME) (+ men's clothes)
    41D223(SHAWL)(+82) - Clothing for the upper part of the body (with NAME) (+ women's clothes)
    41D223(SHIRT) - Clothing for the upper part of the body (with NAME)
    41D223(SMOCK) - Clothing for the upper part of the body (with NAME)
    41D223(STOLE)(+43) - Clothing for the upper part of the body (with NAME) (+ fur used for clothes)
    41D223(TUNIC) - Clothing for the upper part of the body (with NAME)
    41D223(WAISTCOAT) - Clothing for the upper part of the body (with NAME)
    41D224 - Sleeves
    41D225 - Gloves, mittens, etc.
    41D2252 - Muff
    41D225(+82) - Gloves, mittens, etc. (+ women's clothes)
    41D(+23) - Fashion, clothing (+ sewing ~ home making of clothes)
    41D231 - Trousers, breeches
    41D2311 - Codpiece (cover for the genitals)
    41D231(+7) - Trousers, breeches (+ worn or torn clothes)
    41D231(+82) - Trousers, breeches (+ women's clothes)
    41D232 - Skirt
    41D2321 - Apron
    41D2321(+81) - Apron (+ men's clothes)
    41D2331 - Stockings, socks
    41D2332 - Shoes, sandals
    41D23321 - Boots
    41D23321(+6) - Boots (+ undressing, taking off clothes)
    41D2332(+5) - Shoes, sandals (+ dressing, putting on clothes)
    41D2332(+82) - Shoes, sandals (+ women's clothes)
    41D2333 - Wooden shoes, clogs
    41D2339 - Barefoot
    41D241 - Clothes for official occasions
    41D2411 - Attributes of dignitary
    41D242 - Party clothes, festive attire
    41D2423 - Historical costume
    41D243 - Professional clothes
    41D2(+43) - Clothes, costume (+ fur used for clothes)
    41D251 - Underclothes
    41D2513 - Underclothes for the lower part of the body
    41D2513(PETTICOAT) - Underclothes for the lower part of the body (with NAME)
    41D252 - Nightwear
    41D252(NIGHT-CAP) - Nightwear: night-cap
    41D252(NIGHT-GOWN) - Nightwear: night-gown
    41D252(SLIPPERS) - Nightwear (with NAME)
    41D261 - Handkerchief
    41D262 - Fan
    41D2621 - Fan language
    41D263 - Walking-stick, staff
    41D2631 - Umbrella
    41D2632 - Parasol, sunshade
    41D2641 - Pin
    41D2653 - Border, ribbon, braid
    41D2654 - Bow (ornamental part of clothing)
    41D2655 - Corsage
    41D2656 - Belt, girdle, waistband
    41D2657 - Shoulder-belt, bandoleer
    41D266 - Ornaments, jewels
    41D2661 - Necklace
    41D26611 - Pearl; pearl necklace
    41D2662 - Bracelet, wristlet
    41D26621 - Anklet
    41D2663 - Ear-rings
    41D2664 - Ring
    41D2665 - Brooch, agraffe, clasp
    41D267 - Purse, money-bag
    41D269 - Black velvet or satin mask, 'loup', 'cachenez'
    41D27 - Drapery, draped garment, 'Gewandgebung'
    41D2(+7) - Clothes, costume (+ worn or torn clothes)
    41D28 - Disguise
    41D281 - Woman dressed as man, travesty
    41D283 - Mask
    41D28(+43) - Disguise (+ fur used for clothes)
    41D28(+44) - Disguise (+ feathers used for clothes)
    41D29 - Clothed in rags
    41D3 - Folk costume, regional costume
    41D311 - Folk costume, regional costume
    41D42 - Laundering
    41D421 - Hanging the wash to dry
    41D424 - Ironing
    41D4241 - Flat-iron
    41D(+43) - Fashion, clothing (+ fur used for clothes)
    41D441 - Sewing
    41D4413 - Sewing machine
    41D4421 - Darning, patching
    41D(+5) - Fashion, clothing (+ dressing, putting on clothes)
    41D54 - Fashion, clothing
    41D(+6) - Fashion, clothing (+ undressing, taking off clothes)
    41D621 - Fashion, clothing
    41D(+811) - Fashion, clothing (+ woman dressed as man (travesty))
    41D9 - (showing oneself) undressed, quasi-nude
    41D91 - Man (showing himself) undressed, quasi-nude
    41D92 - Woman (showing herself) undressed, quasi-nude
    41D921 - 'décolleté'
  • Families, marriage and burial (186 headings)
    42A12 - Pregnant woman
    42A14 - Paternity, fatherhood
    42A2 - Confinement, birth
    42A21 - Lying-in room
    42A213 - The new-born child shown to the father
    42A24 - Midwife, 'accoucheuse'
    42A25 - Dry-nurse
    42A252 - Baby in swaddling clothes
    42A26 - Twins
    42A299 - Woman giving birth to animal or monster (legendary)
    42A3 - Mother and baby or young child
    42A31 - Nursing, suckling
    42A311 - Wet-nurse
    42A312 - Child suckled by an animal
    42A32 - Feeding a baby
    42A36 - Mother playing with baby (fondling, dandling, crooning)
    42A3(+6) - Mother and baby or young child
    42A361 - Rocking the baby
    42A37 - Watching a sleeping child
    42A4 - Infant, baby
    42A411 - Cradle, crib
    42A42 - Baby-carriage, pram, perambulator
    42A4211 - Carrying a child on the back
    42A4212 - Carrying a child on the hip, astride
    42A46 - Taking care of children
    42A461 - Parental care
    42A5 - Child (at home)
    42A511 - Learning to walk, the first steps
    42A52 - Playing toddler; child amusing itself
    42A552 - Runaway child
    42A5521 - Searching and finding of runaway child
    42A56 - Growing up
    42B - Parents with their children
    42B1 - Parental love
    42B11 - Father-love
    42B12 - Mother-love
    42B121 - Mother with son(s) (mother-love)
    42B122 - Mother with daughter(s) (mother-love)
    42B21 - Disowning a child
    42B3 - Foundling (and adoption)
    42B31 - Abandoning, exposing a child
    42B311 - Child torn away from its mother
    42B313 - Abandoning, exposing a child
    42B32 - Finding an exposed child
    42B36 - Illegitimate child, bastard
    42B361 - Inquiry into the paternity
    42B41 - Pero suckling Cimon ('Caritas romana')
    42B49 - Filial love, 'Pietas filiorum'
    42B6 - Orphans
    42B61 - Guardian
    42B71 - Family life at home
    42B72 - The family travelling, on holiday
    42B73 - Family life in other circumstances than at home or on holiday
    42B74 - Family group, especially parents with their child(ren)
    42B741 - Father and child(ren), man and child(ren) (family group)
    42B7411 - Father and son(s) (family group)
    42B7412 - Father and daughter(s) (family group)
    42B742 - Mother and child(ren), woman and child(ren) (family group)
    42B7421 - Mother and son(s) (family group)
    42B7422 - Mother and daughter(s) (family group)
    42B75 - Child(ren) with other members of the family
    42B76 - Child(ren) with one or both parents and one or more members of the preceding generation (family group)
    42B8 - Correction of naughty children
    42B81 - Spanking, drubbing (of naughty children)
    42B81(+0) - Spanking, drubbing (of naughty children) (+ variant)
    42B82 - Boxing the ears (of naughty children)
    42B832 - The naughty child
    42B9 - Child (young man, young woman) leaving his (her) parents
    42C21 - 'débutante'
    42D1 - Betrothal
    42D11 - Proposal, declaration of love
    42D111 - Man kneeling before his beloved (proposing)
    42D111(+0) - Man kneeling before his beloved (proposing) (+ variant)
    42D119 - Being refused, the proposal rejected
    42D12 - The consent (of marriage)
    42D129 - Breaking off the engagement
    42D13 - Requesting the bride's parents' permission
    42D14 - Man presenting his fiancée to his parents
    42D1421 - Presenting a portrait of the bridegroom to the woman
    42D15 - Parental agreement ~ marriage
    42D1712 - Wedding ring
    42D172 - Dowry
    42D21 - Bride and groom in wedding-dress
    42D2121 - Bridal wreath, bridal chaplet
    42D213 - Meeting of bride and groom; groom calling for bride
    42D22 - Parental blessings and admonitions
    42D23 - Departure from the paternal home
    42D231 - Man abducting woman
    42D232 - Elopement, running away
    42D24 - Civil marriage ceremony
    42D25 - Wedding feast, wedding meal
    42D271 - Leading the bride to bed
    42D272 - Disturbers (~ wedding night)
    42D3 - Marriage, married couple, 'matrimonium'
    42D31 - Unequal couple, ill-matched couple
    42D311 - Married couple of unequal age
    42D3111 - Third party (mocking, disapproving, disturbing, etc.) ~ married couple of unequal age
    42D313 - Married couple of unequal size
    42D32 - Satire on marriage
    42D321 - Marriage as trap, snare, etc.
    42D322 - Battle for dominance in marriage ('who wears the breeches')
    42D33 - Happy marriage
    42D332(+01) - Ideal wife
    42D341 - Dominating husband
    42D342 - Dominating wife
    42D3421 - Hen-pecked husband
    42D35 - Bad husband
    42D351 - Man and wife quarrelling, 'Marriage à la mode'
    42D352 - Reconciliation of man and wife
    42D37 - Partner deceived
    42D371 - With the unwanted third party
    42D39 - Adultery
    42D391 - Adulterer
    42D392 - Adultery revenged
    42D42 - Widow
    42D6 - Repudiating one's wife
    42D7 - Mistress
    42D7422 - Mistress
    42DD311 - Married couple of unequal age - DD - woman older
    42DD312 - Married couple of unequal wealth - DD - woman richer
    42DD3121 - Third party (mocking, disapproving, disturbing, etc.) ~ married couple of unequal wealth - DD - woman richer
    42DD391 - Adulterer - DD - adulteress
    42E111 - Shroud
    42E121 - Hearse-cloth, hearse-pall, 'pannus funeralis'
    42E1211 - Funeral shield
    42E122 - Lying in state
    42E131 - Mourning the dead
    42E132 - Lamentation (~ burial rites)
    42E14 - Placing the corpse in the coffin
    42E141 - Coffin
    42E192 - Execution of punishment on corpse
    42E2 - Funerary ceremonial
    42E213 - Memorial medal
    42E22 - Cortege, funeral procession
    42E221 - Hearse, funeral car
    42E222 - Funeral carriages
    42E223 - Litter, coffin rest
    42E224 - 'pleurants'
    42E23 - Burial
    42E232 - Re-burial
    42E24 - Address at open grave
    42E241 - Funeral prayers
    42E261 - Funeral repast, mourners' meal
    42E271 - Undertaker, mortician
    42E272 - Grave digger
    42E272(+02) - Grave digger
    42E3 - Grave, tomb and other grave-forms and grave-markers
    42E31 - Grave, tomb
    42E311 - Gravestone, tombstone
    42E312 - Epitaph
    42E34 - Urn
    42E34(+02) - Urn
    42E3421 - Urn
    42E35 - Grave-building, monumental tomb
    42E351 - Effigy, 'gisant' (portrait-figure on closed coffin or in 'castrum doloris'), transi
    42E37 - Ancient grave forms
    42E3722(+02) - Pyramid (historical grave form)
    42E38 - Signs, symbols and motifs in funerary art
    42E39 - Sham-grave, cenotaph
    42E411 - Mourning dress
    42E43 - Churchyard, cemetery
    42E44 - Care and visitation of burial place
    42E441 - Laying flowers or wreath on grave
    42E531 - Inheritance
    42E5311 - Heirloom
    42E532 - Heir
    42EE224 - 'pleurants' - EE - female
    42F1 - Housewife
    42F11 - Housewife giving orders to servants
    42F17 - Housewife
    42F3 - Household chores
    42F31 - Cleaning (the house)
    42F311 - Dusting
    42F32(BROOM) - (household) utensils and implements (with NAME)
    42F32(MOP) - (household) utensils and implements (with NAME)
    42F5 - House personnel, servants
    42F51 - Maid ~ house personnel
    42F52 - Charwoman, cleaning woman
    42F53 - Manservant, footman
    42F54 - Butler
    42F55 - House-guard, doorkeeper, janitor
    42F6 - Little household accidents
    42F9 - Badly run house
    42G1 - Family lineage, pedigree, genealogical tree or table
    42G11 - Series of ancestral portraits, 'Ahnengalerie'
    42G222 - Brothers or sisters (second degree family relationships)
  • Recreations and amusements (252 headings)
    43A1 - Periodic celebrations, popular feasts
    43A11 - Calendar festivals, non-liturgical celebrations of days belonging to the ecclesiastical calendar
    43A(+11) - Festivities (+ illumination, fire-works ~ festive activities)
    43A(+12) - Festivities (+ wreath, garland ~ festive activities)
    43A121 - Christmas (non-liturgical celebration)
    43A1211 - Christmas tree
    43A1212 - Father Christmas, Santa Claus, Christmas elf
    43A1213 - Father Christmas, Santa Claus, Christmas elf
    43A1224 - Shrove Tuesday, 'Mardi gras' ~ non-liturgical celebrations of carnival
    43A13 - Festivities connected with seasonal activities
    43A131 - Vernal festivities, spring celebrations
    43A1311 - Dancing around the maypole
    43A13111 - Maypole
    43A132 - Harvest festivities
    43A1(+4112) - Periodic celebrations, popular feasts
    43A143 - May 1 (~ festivities)
    43A146(NOVEMBER 5) - Other festivities connected to calendar dates; memorial days (with DATE)
    43A2 - Private festivities, merry company
    43A(+2) - Festivities (+ parade, pageant, cavalcade ~ festive activities)
    43A21 - Reception, cocktail party
    43A(+21) - Festivities (+ decorated float, wagon ~ festive activities)
    43A23 - Ball, formal dance
    43A2(+6) - Private festivities, merry company (+ eating and drinking ~ festive activities)
    43A2(+61) - Private festivities, merry company (+ solitary drinking ~ festive activities)
    43A3 - Pleasure fair and circus
    43A(+3) - Festivities (+ music and song ~ festive activities)
    43A31 - Merry-go-round, roundabout; chair o'plane
    43A35 - Performance in the open air (pleasure fair)
    43A351 - Performance in tents (pleasure fair)
    43A352 - Drumming-up the public
    43A36 - Circus
    43A363 - Circus tent (inside)
    43A37 - The show; fair and circus performers
    43A3723 - Equilibrist
    43A373 - Clown
    43A374 - Circus performance with trained animals (monkeys, elephants, bears, lions and tigers, horses, dogs, dolphins, seals, fleas)
    43A3741 - Monkeys (circus performance)
    43A3742 - Elephants (circus performance)
    43A3743 - Bears (circus performance)
    43A3745 - Horses (circus performance)
    43A3746 - Dogs (circus performance)
    43A375 - Illusionist, conjurer, juggler, 'legerdemain'
    43A38 - Circus or fair 'en route'
    43A4 - Public festivities
    43A(+4) - Festivities (+ dancing ~ festive activities)
    43A411 - Festivities on events of national importance
    43A412 - Public festivities on the occasion of royal events
    43A42 - Triumphal entry and public reception, pageant, 'entrée solennelle', 'joyeuse entrée'
    43A433 - Crowning with laurel
    43A44 - Bonfire, fire-works
    43A4(+4) - Public festivities (+ dancing ~ festive activities)
    43A4(+6) - Public festivities (+ eating and drinking ~ festive activities)
    43A49 - Public funeral
    43A491 - Catafalque, 'castrum doloris' (~ public funeral)
    43A(+61) - Festivities (+ solitary drinking ~ festive activities)
    43A(+8) - Festivities (+ speech, address ~ festive activities)
    43AA2(+6) - Private festivities, merry company - AA - in the open air, 'fête champêtre' (+ eating and drinking ~ festive activities)
    43B1 - Enjoying nature
    43B11 - Contemplating nature
    43B12 - Picnic, alfresco, 'déjeuner sur l'herbe'
    43B121 - Outdoor gathering, 'délices à la campagne'
    43B13 - Walking, hiking (recreation)
    43B14 - Enjoying nature ~ plants, herbs and flowers
    43B144 - Picking flowers
    43B15 - Enjoying nature ~ animals
    43B151 - Hunting butterflies
    43B16 - Mountain climbing, mountaineering
    43B2 - Open-air recreation
    43B21 - Pleasure-resort
    43B31 - Inn, coffee-house, public house, etc.
    43B311 - Restaurant
    43B31(+11) - Inn, coffee-house, public house, etc. (+ waiter, waitress, etc.)
    43B311(+11) - Restaurant (+ waiter, waitress, etc.)
    43B312 - Tea garden, garden restaurant
    43B312(+11) - Tea garden, garden restaurant (+ waiter, waitress, etc.)
    43B313 - Pavement, terrace in front of inn or restaurant
    43B32 - Club, meeting place
    43B361 - Indoor recreation
    43B411 - Climbing up a tree
    43B42 - Park
    43B5 - Beach (as place of recreation)
    43B51 - In or beside the water (on the beach)
    43B54 - Donkey-riding (on the beach)
    43B611 - Swing
    43B613 - Seesaw
    43C11 - Hunting, chase
    43C1112 - Hunt ~ mammals
    43C11123 - Hunt ~ predatory animals (fox, lion)
    43C111231 - Fox hunting
    43C1112311 - Fox and hounds
    43C111232 - Lion hunt
    43C111241 - Stag-hunting
    43C111241(+4112) - Stag-hunting (+ bow and arrow)
    43C111242 - Roe-hunting
    43C111243 - Boar-hunting
    43C111261 - Hare-hunting, rabbit-hunting
    43C11127 - Hunt ~ marine mammals
    43C11128 - Hunt ~ other mammals
    43C1113 - Bird hunting
    43C1113(+415) - Bird hunting (+ net)
    43C112 - Hunting accidents
    43C11261 - Hunting accidents
    43C113 - Spoils of the hunt, game, venison
    43C1131 - The kill (~ hunting)
    43C11311 - Hunting trophies
    43C1132 - Hunter displaying or presenting the spoils of the hunt
    43C114 - Hunter
    43C1141 - Assembling, 'départ pour la chasse'
    43C11(+4112) - Hunting, chase (+ bow and arrow)
    43C1142 - Hunters hunting (N.B.: In 1988-1990 this notation denoted the concept of 43C11421 'hunters resting during the hunt')
    43C11(+421) - Hunting, chase (+ hunting with dogs)
    43C11(+423) - Hunting, chase (+ hunting with horses)
    43C1142(+423) - Hunters hunting (N.B.: In 1988-1990 this notation denoted the concept of 43C11421 'hunters resting during the hunt') (+ hunting with horses)
    43C1143 - Beaters (~ hunt)
    43C1144 - Blowing the hunting horn
    43C114(+423) - Hunter (+ hunting with horses)
    43C1146 - Group-portrait of hunters
    43C1147 - Hunting dogs
    43C11481 - Game bag
    43C11482 - Hunting horn
    43C1149 - Return from the hunt
    43C118 - Poacher
    43C121 - Angling
    43C128 - Fisherman
    43C1281 - Fisherman showing catch
    43C13 - Fowling, fowler
    43C1318 - Finch trap, finchery
    43C14 - Tormenting animals ~ sport and recreation
    43C1(+4112) - Sports, games ~ animals (+ bow and arrow)
    43C1(+412) - Sports, games ~ animals (+ firearms)
    43C1(+414) - Sports, games ~ animals (+ trap)
    43C1(+415) - Sports, games ~ animals (+ net)
    43C1(+41614) - Sports, games ~ animals (+ fish-hook)
    43C142 - Tormenting mammals ~ sport and recreation
    43C1422 - Bullfight
    43C1422(+421) - Bullfight (+ hunting with dogs)
    43C1423 - Bear-baiting
    43C1(+423) - Sports, games ~ animals (+ hunting with horses)
    43C1423(+0) - Bear-baiting (+ variant)
    43C1(+4241) - Sports, games ~ animals (+ hunting with falcon, hawk; falconry)
    43C1431 - Cock-fighting
    43C1431(+0) - Cock-fighting (+ variant)
    43C144 - Tormenting reptiles
    43C1(+9) - Sports, games ~ animals (+ accident (sports ~ animals))
    43C211 - Running, race
    43C2121 - Horse-racing
    43C21211 - Jockey
    43C21212 - Racing stable
    43C2121(+24) - Horse-racing (+ public (sports, games, etc.))
    43C21213 - Race-track
    43C2121(+9) - Horse-racing (+ accident (in sports, games, etc.))
    43C2122 - Steeple chase, speed jumping
    43C2181 - Dogs (racing)
    43C221 - Swimming (sport)
    43C223 - Rowing, canoeing, etc. (sport)
    43C224 - Sailing (sport)
    43C233 - Balloon flight (sport)
    43C244 - Skates (winter sports)
    43C2(+61) - Sports, games and physical performances ~ speed (+ indoors (sports, games, etc.))
    43C31 - High-jumping (athletics, gymnastics)
    43C373 - Gymnastic exercises on the ground
    43C391 - Boxing (sport)
    43C391(+221) - Boxing (sport) (+ seconds or supporters (sports, games, etc.))
    43C391(+24) - Boxing (sport) (+ public (sports, games, etc.))
    43C392 - Wrestling (sport)
    43C394 - Fencing (sport)
    43C394(+0) - Fencing (sport) (+ variant)
    43C3961 - Fight of gladiators
    43C3963 - Tournament
    43C39631 - Joust, tilt
    43C396311 - Joust, tilt, without barrier
    43C4134 - Cricket (ball game)
    43C4145 - Billiards
    43C4154 - 'jeu de volant', badminton
    43C4154(+41) - 'jeu de volant', badminton (+ equipment, outfit (sports, games, etc.))
    43C42 - Sharpshooting (~ games of skill)
    43C421 - Shooting with bow and arrow, archery (~ games of skill)
    43C4212 - Champion-shot
    43C4212(+1) - Champion-shot (+ sportsman, player, etc.)
    43C423 - Sharpshooting with rifle, shotgun or other long firearms (~ games of skill)
    43C424 - Target (~ sharpshooting)
    43C(+4)(BALL) - Sports, games and physical performances (+ requirements, necessaries ~ sports and games)
    43C(+4)(BAT) - Sports, games and physical performances (+ requirements, necessaries ~ sports and games)
    43C51 - Card games
    43C511 - Card-sharp
    43C512 - Playing-cards
    43C55 - Dice-games
    43C552 - Dice
    43C59 - Puzzle, riddle, conundrum, enigma
    43C68 - Grown-ups playing children's games
    43C7 - Children's games and plays
    43C711 - Running games (children)
    43C71111 - Running (~ game)
    43C712 - Jumping games
    43C713 - Dancing games (children's games)
    43C7132 - Jumping-rope games
    43C7133 - Ring and square dancing (children's games)
    43C71463 - Hitting ball with stick, etc. (children's game)
    43C716 - Trade games, imitative games, imitating adults
    43C71751 - Blind-man's buff
    43C7181 - Swinging (children's game)
    43C7183 - Knee-riding
    43C71841(+0) - Pick-a-back, piggyback (+ variant)
    43C72 - Games using special objects (marbles, top, hoop, etc.)
    43C721 - (playing at) marbles
    43C721(+8) - (playing at) marbles (+ quarrel, disagreement (in sports, games, etc.))
    43C7222 - Whipping a top
    43C723 - (bowling a) hoop
    43C724 - (flying a) kite
    43C72(+4)(SHUTTLECOCK) - Games using special objects (marbles, top, hoop, etc.) (+ requirements, necessaries ~ sports and games)
    43C73 - Child and nature (games and plays)
    43C732 - Child robbing bird's nests
    43C733 - Child teasing animals
    43C734 - Child playing with animals
    43C735 - Child with plant (games and plays)
    43C7371 - Sliding (playing with snow and ice)
    43C7372 - (making a) snowman
    43C742 - Child and school (~ games and plays)
    43C7424 - Mischievous child (at school)
    43C7425 - Truancy
    43C743 - Child and art
    43C7432 - Children playing musical instruments
    43C75 - Mischief-making play
    43C751 - Calling names, hooting ~ children's mischief
    43C752 - Teasing (children's games and plays)
    43C772 - Children's books
    43C78 - (playing with) toys
    43C783 - (playing with) mechanical toys
    43C78411 - (playing with) barrow, wagon
    43C78421 - (playing with) boats
    43C7851 - Bubble-blowing (children's games and plays)
    43C787 - (playing with) dolls, toy animals
    43C7871 - (playing with) dolls
    43C78722 - Rocking-horse
    43C9 - Dancing
    43C91 - One person dancing alone
    43C911 - Man dancing alone
    43C912 - Woman dancing alone
    43C92 - One pair dancing; man and woman dancing as a couple
    43C93 - More than one couple dancing
    43C93(+6) - More than one couple dancing (+ out of doors (sports, games, etc.))
    43C94 - Group dancing
    43C941 - Group dancing among upper classes
    43C942 - Folk dancing (men and women together)
    43C942(+6) - Folk dancing (men and women together) (+ out of doors (sports, games, etc.))
    43C943 - Group dancing around someone or something (folk dancing)
    43C95 - Jigging and jogging, chain dancing in the street
    43CC114 - Hunter - CC - female hunter, huntress
    43D2 - Collecting (leisure time activity)
    43D232 - Collecting (leisure time activity)
    43D911 - Other leisure time activities
    43D92 - Other leisure time activities
  • The state, law and political life (245 headings)
    44(+02) - State; law; political life
    44A - Symbols of the state (in general)
    44A1 - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.)
    44A1(+2)(ENGLAND) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ nation; national)
    44A1(+2)(FRANCE) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ nation; national)
    44A1(+2)(GREAT BRITAIN) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ nation; national)
    44A1(+2)(SCOTLAND) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ nation; national)
    44A1(+3)(CONNECTICUT) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ province; provincial)
    44A1(+3)(MARYLAND) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ province; provincial)
    44A1(+3)(NEW JERSEY) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ province; provincial)
    44A1(+3)(NEW YORK) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ province; provincial)
    44A1(+3)(PENNSYLVANIA) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ province; provincial)
    44A1(+3)(YORKSHIRE) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ province; provincial)
    44A1(+4)(CORK) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ city; municipal)
    44A1(+4)(EXETER) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ city; municipal)
    44A1(+4)(GLASGOW) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ city; municipal)
    44A1(+4)(LONDON) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ city; municipal)
    44A1(+5) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ society)
    44A1(+5)(BLACKSMITHS' COMPANY) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ society)
    44A1(+5)(CHARTISTS) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ society)
    44A1(+5)(CLOTHWORKERS) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ society)
    44A1(+5)(DISTILLERS?) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ society)
    44A1(+5)(EAST INDIA COMPANY) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ society)
    44A1(+5)(GROCERS' COMPANY) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ society)
    44A1(+5)(HABERDASHERS' COMPANY) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ society)
    44A1(+5)(LAMPLIGHTERS) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ society)
    44A1(+5)(PLASTERERS) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ society)
    44A1(+5)(ROYAL SOCIETY) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ society)
    44A1(+5)(TEMPERANCE SOCIETY) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ society)
    44A1(+5)(WESTMINSTER SCHOOL) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ society)
    44A1(+5)(WOOLEN WORKERS?) - Coat of arms (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ society)
    44A2(+4)(LEEDS) - Seal (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ city; municipal)
    44A2(+5)(CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY) - Seal (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ society)
    44A2(+5)(PIN-MAKERS' COMPANY) - Seal (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ society)
    44A2(+5)(ROYAL IRISH TONTINE) - Seal (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ society)
    44A3 - Flag, colours (as symbol of the state, etc.)
    44A31 - Banner, standard (as symbol of the state, etc.)
    44A31(+2)(GREAT BRITAIN) - Banner, standard (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ nation; national)
    44A3(+2) - Flag, colours (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ nation; national)
    44A3(+2)(ENGLAND) - Flag, colours (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ nation; national)
    44A3(+2)(FRANCE) - Flag, colours (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ nation; national)
    44A3(+2)(GREAT BRITAIN) - Flag, colours (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ nation; national)
    44A3(+2)(NETHERLANDS) - Flag, colours (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ nation; national)
    44A3(+2)(ROYAL STANDARD) - Flag, colours (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ nation; national)
    44A3(+2)(SCOTLAND) - Flag, colours (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ nation; national)
    44A3(+2)(TURKEY) - Flag, colours (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ nation; national)
    44A3(+2)(UNITED STATES OF AMERICA) - Flag, colours (as symbol of the state, etc.) (+ nation; national)
    44A5 - Symbols of particular nations, states, districts, etc.
    44A51(DENMARK) - Personifications of countries, nations, states, districts, etc. (with NAME)
    44A51(ENGLAND) - Personifications of countries, nations, states, districts, etc. (with NAME)
    44A51(GREAT BRITAIN) - Personifications of countries, nations, states, districts, etc. (with NAME)
    44A51(HOLLAND) - Personifications of countries, nations, states, districts, etc. (with NAME)
    44A51(IRELAND) - Personifications of countries, nations, states, districts, etc. (with NAME)
    44A51(PALATINATE) - Personifications of countries, nations, states, districts, etc. (with NAME)
    44A51(ROCHELLE) - Personifications of countries, nations, states, districts, etc. (with NAME)
    44A51(UNITED STATES OF AMERICA) - Personifications of countries, nations, states, districts, etc. (with NAME)
    44A5(+2)(ENGLAND) - Symbols of particular nations, states, districts, etc. (+ nation; national)
    44A5(+2)(GREAT BRITAIN) - Symbols of particular nations, states, districts, etc. (+ nation; national)
    44A5(+2)(IRELAND) - Symbols of particular nations, states, districts, etc. (+ nation; national)
    44A5(+2)(SCOTLAND) - Symbols of particular nations, states, districts, etc. (+ nation; national)
    44A5(+2)(UNITED STATES OF AMERICA) - Symbols of particular nations, states, districts, etc. (+ nation; national)
    44A5(+4)(GREENOCK) - Symbols of particular nations, states, districts, etc. (+ city; municipal)
    44B - Government, the State; 'Politica', 'Auttorità o Potestà' (Ripa)
    44B01 - Monarchy; 'Monarchia mondana' (Ripa)
    44B011 - Aristocracy; 'Aristocratia' (Ripa)
    44B04 - Colonial system
    44B1 - Ruler, sovereign
    44B111 - Series of rulers
    44B112 - Emperor
    44B113 - King
    44B12 - Official acts of rulers, e.g. royal acts (ruler giving audience, granting mercy, etc.; ruler and his subjects)
    44B121 - Audition; ruler giving audience
    44B1211 - Throne-room
    44B1212 - Throne
    44B124 - Ruler with counsellor(s)
    44B125 - Ruler commanding
    44B127 - Ruler and his subjects
    44B1271 - Ruler giving mark of honour
    44B12721 - Sword of Damocles
    44B128 - Ruler in informal contact with his subjects
    44B13 - Homage to a ruler
    44B132 - Making a bow to a ruler
    44B1322 - Kneeling before a ruler
    44B1323 - Prostration, 'proskynesis'
    44B15 - Family of a ruler, and court
    44B151 - Family of the sovereign
    44b1511 - State; law; political life
    44B1511 - Queen, empress, etc. (wife of a ruler)
    44B15121 - Prince
    44B15122 - Princess
    44B152 - Royal household; courtiers, retinue, train
    44B1524 - Court jester, court fool
    44B152411 - Fool's cap
    44B1526 - Lackey and other lower personnel at court
    44B154 - Court festival
    44B162 - Coronation of a ruler
    44B19 - Insignia and symbols of sovereignty (crown, diadem, sceptre, orb, seal, standard, cloak, pectoral)
    44B191 - Crown (symbol of sovereignty)
    44B192 - Sceptre, staff (symbol of sovereignty)
    44B1922 - Lance, spear (symbol of sovereignty)
    44B193 - Orb (symbol of sovereignty; sphere with cross on top)
    44B194 - Coat of arms (symbol of sovereignty)
    44B194(+0) - Coat of arms (symbol of sovereignty) (+ variant)
    44B195 - Seal (symbol of sovereignty)
    44B197 - Mantle, gown, dress (symbol of sovereignty)
    44B1972 - Royal mantle (symbol of sovereignty)
    44B21 - National government
    44B23 - Municipal government
    44B231 - Mayor, burgomaster
    44B342 - Water-control administration
    44B4 - Diplomacy, diplomat
    44B4211 - Signing of peace treaty, concluding the peace
    44B51 - Popular representation ~ government
    44B512 - Lower House, Parliament, Chamber
    44B52 - Announcement, proclamation of laws
    44B522 - Poster (~ proclamation of laws)
    44B53 - Legislation
    44B610 - Allegory, personification of good government
    44B62 - Bad government
    44B62(+02) - Bad government
    44BB111 - Series of rulers - BB - female ruler
    44BB113 - King - BB - female ruler
    44BB121 - Audition; ruler giving audience - BB - female ruler
    44BB1211 - Throne-room - BB - female ruler
    44BB1212 - Throne - BB - female ruler
    44BB127 - Ruler and his subjects - BB - female ruler
    44BB151 - Family of the sovereign - BB - female ruler
    44BB152 - Royal household; courtiers, retinue, train - BB - female ruler
    44BB153 - Court ceremonial, court etiquette - BB - female ruler
    44BB162 - Coronation of a ruler - BB - female ruler
    44BB19 - Insignia and symbols of sovereignty (crown, diadem, sceptre, orb, seal, standard, cloak, pectoral) - BB - female ruler
    44BB191 - Crown (symbol of sovereignty) - BB - female ruler
    44BB192 - Sceptre, staff (symbol of sovereignty) - BB - female ruler
    44BB193 - Orb (symbol of sovereignty; sphere with cross on top) - BB - female ruler
    44C - The citizen and his rights
    44C11 - Patriotism
    44C12 - Emigration
    44C13 - Immigration
    44C19 - Traitor to one's country
    44C21 - Political campaign
    44C23 - Voting, election
    44C24 - Political enfranchisement of women, women's liberation
    44C29 - Election fights
    44C3 - Politics
    44C30 - 'Politica' (Ripa)
    44C31 - Political propaganda
    44C312 - Political caricatures and satires
    44C32 - War of classes
    44C4 - Political demonstration
    44C5 - Freedom of the press
    44C59 - Censorship
    44C6 - Racial emancipation
    44D14 - Registration bureau, civil registry
    44D2 - Taxes and financial administration
    44D21 - Tax collection
    44D211 - Tax payment
    44D22 - Customs
    44D221 - Toll gate
    44D32 - Land registry
    44D4 - Official; civil servant; functionary (in general)
    44E14 - Utilitarian, public pump or water fountain
    44E2 - Street lighting
    44E5 - Garbage collection
    44E5(+0) - Garbage collection (+ variant)
    44F - Revolution, revolt
    44F1 - Street-fights, riots
    44F51 - (revolutionary) plot, conspiracy
    44F552 - Attempt, political murder
    44F63 - Exile (of old government or its adherents)
    44G0(+62) - Symbols and allegories of jurisprudence (+ condemnation or punishment of the guiltless)
    44G1 - Administration of justice, trial
    44G11 - Court session (court of justice)
    44G112 - Judicial verdict
    44G1211 - Court-room
    44G13 - Magistracy, judges
    44G14 - Jury
    44G(+14) - Law and jurisprudence (+ place of execution)
    44G15 - Witnesses
    44G152 - Documents (~ witnesses)
    44G16 - Lawyer, attorney at law
    44G21 - Night patrol
    44G22 - Police
    44G(+22) - Law and jurisprudence (+ jailer, warden)
    44G222 - Bailiff
    44G223 - Policeman, constable
    44G22(+6) - Police (+ abuse of legal power)
    44G232 - Coroner
    44G24 - Pursuit of the criminal
    44G25 - Arrest (of criminal)
    44G291 - Asylum, sanctuary
    44G311 - Prison, jail
    44G3111 - Prison personnel: jailers, warders, guards
    44G312 - Prisoner; in fetters
    44G3121 - Prisoner with hands bound
    44G3129 - (person) in fetters, not imprisoned
    44G313 - Prisoner in cell or locked place
    44G313(+0) - Prisoner in cell or locked place (+ variant)
    44G314 - Workhouse, penal camp, penitentiary, chain gang
    44G315 - Visit to prison or penal camp
    44G316 - Escape, escape attempts
    44G318 - (prisoners) in the prison yard
    44G32 - Executioner, hangman
    44G(+32) - Law and jurisprudence (+ handcuffs, fetters)
    44G321 - Instruments of torture, execution or punishment
    44G321(AXE) - Instruments of torture, execution or punishment (with NAME)
    44G321(GALLOWS) - Instruments of torture, execution or punishment: gallows
    44G321(GIBBET) - Instruments of torture, execution or punishment (with NAME)
    44G321(SCAFFOLD) - Instruments of torture, execution or punishment (with NAME)
    44G321(SCOURGE) - Instruments of torture, execution or punishment: scourge
    44G321(STAKE) - Instruments of torture, execution or punishment: stake
    44G34 - Death penalty, execution
    44G341 - Last hours before execution
    44G34111 - Last talk with relatives (during last hours before execution)
    44G3412 - Spiritual support (during last hours before execution)
    44G3413 - Regret (of person under sentence of death)
    44G3414 - Despair (of person under sentence of death)
    44G3415 - (person under sentence of death) on the way to the scaffold or place of execution
    44G342 - On the scaffold or place of execution
    44G35 - Body of the executed displayed in public
    44G(+35) - Law and jurisprudence (+ 'fasces cum securibus')
    44G3511 - Head of the executed displayed in public
    44G37 - Public punishment (death not intended or involved)
    44G3711 - In the pillory, in the stocks
    44G3731 - Flogging, scourging (in public)
    44G38 - Banishment, exile
    44G39 - Prevention of execution; modification of punishment
    44G5 - Criminals
    44G51 - Crime
    44G511 - Murderer
    44G5111 - Murder
    44G52 - Robber
    44G522 - Robbery
    44G53 - Burglar, housebreaker
    44G54 - Thief
    44G541 - Pickpocket
    44G544 - Theft
    44G56 - Pirate, corsair, buccaneer
    44G561 - Pirate(ship)
    44G562 - Piracy
    44G591 - Dark lantern
    44G(+6) - Law and jurisprudence (+ abuse of legal power)
    44G89 - Rescuing the victim of informal justice
    44GG5 - Criminals - GG - female
    44GG511 - Murderer - GG - female
    44GG512 - Poisoner - GG - female
  • War, military personnel and weapons (176 headings)
    45(+2) - Warfare; military affairs (+ land forces)
    45(+22) - Warfare; military affairs (+ cavalry, horsemen)
    45(+3) - Warfare; military affairs (+ naval force)
    45(+73) - Warfare; military affairs (+ warfare ~ water, along a river, on a shore)
    45A - War and peace
    45A1 - War
    45A10 - Symbols, allegories of war; 'Guerra' (Ripa)
    45A11 - Militarism
    45A2 - Peace
    45A20 - Symbols, allegories of peace, 'Pax'; 'Pace' (Ripa)
    45A232 - Peace and prosperity, 'Pax et Abundantia'
    45A3 - Victory ~ armed conflict
    45A31 - Military glory
    45B11 - Recruitment
    45B111 - Recruiter, crimp
    45B113 - Volunteers ~ enlisting
    45B114 - Conscription ~ enlisting
    45B12 - Departure to join unit, company ~ military service
    45B2 - Military training
    45B211 - Drill ~ military training
    45B212 - Handling of weapons ~ military training
    45B31 - Guard duty, keeping sentry
    45B32 - The company, the unit, the troop ~ military service
    45B321 - Review, inspection (of company, unit, troop)
    45B32(+21) - The company, the unit, the troop ~ military service (+ infantry)
    45B411 - Salute
    45B421 - Military police, provost
    45B424 - Reduction to the ranks ~ military disciplinary punishment
    45B51 - Military parade, pageant
    45B55 - Guard of honour
    45B6 - The soldier off duty
    45B612 - Mess ~ the soldier off duty
    45B73 - Return of the soldiers to civilian life, returning home
    45B81 - Veteran
    45B82 - Disabled soldier
    45B82(+3) - Disabled soldier (+ naval force)
    45B9 - Desertion
    45C1 - Weapons
    45C11(HARPOON) - Casting weapons (with NAME)
    45C11(SPEAR) - Casting weapons: spear
    45C12(CLUB) - Weapons for striking a blow: club
    45C12(CLUB)(+1) - Weapons for striking a blow: club (+ during the battle)
    45C12(STAFF) - Weapons for striking a blow (with NAME)
    45C12(STAFF)(+1) - Weapons for striking a blow (with NAME) (+ during the battle)
    45C13(BAYONET) - Hacking and thrusting weapons (with NAME)
    45C13(BAYONET)(+1) - Hacking and thrusting weapons (with NAME) (+ during the battle)
    45C13(CUTLASS) - Hacking and thrusting weapons (with NAME)
    45C13(DAGGER) - Hacking and thrusting weapons: dagger
    45C13(DAGGER)(+1) - Hacking and thrusting weapons: dagger (+ during the battle)
    45C13(KNIFE) - Hacking and thrusting weapons (with NAME)
    45C13(SABRE) - Hacking and thrusting weapons (with NAME)
    45C13(SABRE)(+1) - Hacking and thrusting weapons (with NAME) (+ during the battle)
    45C13(SCIMITAR) - Hacking and thrusting weapons (with NAME)
    45C13(SWORD) - Hacking and thrusting weapons: sword
    45C13(SWORD)(+1) - Hacking and thrusting weapons: sword (+ during the battle)
    45C14(AXE)(+1) - Helved weapons, polearms (for striking, hacking, thrusting) (with NAME) (+ during the battle)
    45C14(HALBERD) - Helved weapons, polearms (for striking, hacking, thrusting): halberd
    45C14(HALBERD)(+1) - Helved weapons, polearms (for striking, hacking, thrusting): halberd (+ during the battle)
    45C14(LANCE) - Helved weapons, polearms (for striking, hacking, thrusting): lance
    45C14(LANCE)(+1) - Helved weapons, polearms (for striking, hacking, thrusting): lance (+ during the battle)
    45C14(LANCE)(+52) - Helved weapons, polearms (for striking, hacking, thrusting): lance (+ officers)
    45C14(PIKE) - Helved weapons, polearms (for striking, hacking, thrusting): pike
    45C14(PIKE)(+1) - Helved weapons, polearms (for striking, hacking, thrusting): pike (+ during the battle)
    45C15 - Archer's weapons
    45C15(+1) - Archer's weapons (+ during the battle)
    45C15(ARROW) - Archer's weapons: arrow
    45C15(ARROW)(+0) - Archer's weapons: arrow (+ variant)
    45C15(BOW) - Archer's weapons: bow
    45C15(BOW AND ARROW) - Archer's weapons: bow and arrow
    45C15(BOW AND ARROW)(+1) - Archer's weapons: bow and arrow (+ during the battle)
    45C16 - Firearms
    45C161 - Ammunition
    45C16(+1) - Firearms (+ during the battle)
    45C1612 - Gunpowder disaster
    45C16(CANNON) - Firearms: cannon
    45C16(CANNON)(+1) - Firearms: cannon (+ during the battle)
    45C16(MUSKET) - Firearms (with NAME)
    45C16(MUSKET)(+1) - Firearms (with NAME) (+ during the battle)
    45C16(PISTOL) - Firearms (with NAME)
    45C16(PISTOL)(+1) - Firearms (with NAME) (+ during the battle)
    45C16(RIFLE) - Firearms: rifle
    45C16(RIFLE)(+1) - Firearms: rifle (+ during the battle)
    45C16(SHOTGUN) - Firearms (with NAME)
    45C16(SHOTGUN)(+1) - Firearms (with NAME) (+ during the battle)
    45C17(CANNONBALL) - Projectiles, explosives, etc. (with NAME)
    45C19(SHIELD) - Protective weapons: shield
    45C19(SHIELD)(+1) - Protective weapons: shield (+ during the battle)
    45C2 - Military clothing and other equipment (uniforms, cap, armour, helmet, etc.)
    45C21 - (military) uniforms
    45C211 - Uniform cap
    45C22 - Armour
    45C221 - Helmet
    45C23 - Quiver
    45C41 - (military) camp with tents
    45C42 - Barracks
    45C5 - Pay ~ military service
    45C711 - Carrying the sick, wounded and dead off the battle-field
    45C72 - Medical aid and nursing of the sick and wounded
    45C721 - Medical aid and nursing of the sick and wounded on the battlefield
    45C723 - Medical aid and nursing of the sick and wounded in a field-hospital
    45C(+82) - (military) equipment and supply
    45C9 - Military music
    45C92 - (military) signals
    45D1 - (military) flags and standards
    45D12 - (military) standard-bearer
    45D311 - Commander-in-chief, general, marshal
    45D311(+0) - Commander-in-chief, general, marshal (+ variant)
    45D311(+22) - Commander-in-chief, general, marshal (+ cavalry, horsemen)
    45D312 - Officer
    45D312(+22) - Officer (+ cavalry, horsemen)
    45D312(+22)(HORSEGUARDS) - Officer (+ cavalry, horsemen)
    45D313 - Private soldier
    45D313(+0) - Private soldier (+ variant)
    45D313(+22) - Private soldier (+ cavalry, horsemen)
    45D321 - Commander-in-chief, admiral
    45D322 - Officer
    45D323 - Sailor
    45E1 - Communication (military)
    45E2 - Transport, train (military)
    45E31 - Ancient forms of military vehicles: chariot, battle wagon, etc.
    45F1 - Council of war
    45F31 - Mobilization of troops; call to arms
    45F32 - Requisition (call into service)
    45F41 - Leave-taking (of soldiers)
    45F42 - Marching away (troops)
    45F43 - Nocturnal troop movements
    45F6 - Address by general before the battle
    45G12 - Obstructions, barricades (defensive measures)
    45G41 - Defensive measures (military)
    45H11 - Signal to attack
    45H12 - Surprise attack (from ambush)
    45H3 - Battle
    45H31 - Bombardment
    45H32 - Charge ~ battle
    45H3(+21) - Battle (+ infantry)
    45H3(+22) - Battle (+ cavalry, horsemen)
    45H3(+24) - Battle (+ artillery)
    45H33 - Hand-to-hand fighting (~ battle)
    45H3(+3) - Battle (+ naval force)
    45H34 - Single combat in place of battle
    45H4 - Putting the enemy to flight
    45H52 - Putting out of action by wounding
    45H53 - Putting out of action by killing
    45HH52 - Putting out of action by wounding - HH - being put out of action
    45I - After the battle
    45I1 - Prisoner of war (after the battle)
    45I6 - Victor (after the battle)
    45I61 - Conqueror triumphing, triumphal entry of victor
    45I611 - Crowning the victor with laurel
    45I611(+0) - Crowning the victor with laurel (+ variant)
    45I612(+0) - Prisoners chained to the victor's chariot (+ variant)
    45I62 - Conqueror (on horseback) tramples conquered
    45I71 - The defeated before the victor
    45K1 - Fortifications, military engineering
    45K121 - Palisades
    45K13 - Fortress
    45K13(+73) - Fortress (+ warfare ~ water, along a river, on a shore)
    45K14 - Fortified city
    45K141 - Walls ~ fortified city
    45K1412 - Battlement, crenellation ~ fortified city
    45K143 - Moat ~ fortified city
    45K143(+0) - Moat ~ fortified city (+ variant)
    45K1431(+0) - Drawbridge ~ fortified city (+ variant)
    45K1(+73) - Fortifications, military engineering (+ warfare ~ water, along a river, on a shore)
    45K21 - Siege
    45K22 - Blockade ~ siege
    45K23 - Bombardment ~ siege
    45K25(+1) - 'travaux d'approche' (+ during the battle)
    45K31 - Defence of fortification or city
    45K4 - Capture of city (after the siege)
    45K5 - Raising the siege
    45L1 - Surrender ~ war
    45L42 - Setting on fire (of conquered city)
    45M11 - Non-combatants on the battle-scene
    45M2 - Soldiers and civilians
    45M5 - Fugitives
  • Society, economic life, transport and communication (398 headings)
    46A - Communal life
    46A1 - Social stratification, social groups
    46A11 - Division into classes (~ society)
    46A111 - The three Estates: nobility, clergy, commoners
    46A112 - Other divisions into classes (~ society)
    46A12 - Nobility and patriciate; chivalry, knighthood
    46A121 - Coronet
    46A122 - Armorial bearing, heraldry
    46A122(BODDINGTON?)2 - Armorial bearing, heraldry (with NAME of family) - crest
    46A122(CHAMBERLAYNE) - Armorial bearing, heraldry (with NAME of family)
    46A122(GEORGE)1 - Armorial bearing, heraldry (with NAME of family) - coat of arms
    46A122(GEORGE II)1 - Armorial bearing, heraldry (with NAME of family) - coat of arms
    46A122(GEORGES)1 - Armorial bearing, heraldry (with NAME of family) - coat of arms
    46A122(HANOVER)1 - Armorial bearing, heraldry (with NAME of family) - coat of arms
    46A122(LONGESPEE, EARL OF SALISBURY)1 - Armorial bearing, heraldry (with NAME of family) - coat of arms
    46A122(MARKHAM)1 - Armorial bearing, heraldry (with NAME of family) - coat of arms
    46A122(OVERBURY)1 - Armorial bearing, heraldry (with NAME of family) - coat of arms
    46A122(PRINCE OF WALES)3 - Armorial bearing, heraldry (with NAME of family) - device, motto
    46A122(STERNE)1 - Armorial bearing, heraldry (with NAME of family) - coat of arms
    46A122(VICTORIA)1 - Armorial bearing, heraldry (with NAME of family) - coat of arms
    46A122(YATE)1 - Armorial bearing, heraldry (with NAME of family) - coat of arms
    46A123 - Herald
    46A124 - Knight
    46A1241 - Knighthood order
    46A1241(GARTER) - Knighthood order (with NAME)
    46A1241(GOLDEN FLEECE) - Knighthood order of the Golden Fleece
    46A1241(ST. JOHN) - Knighthood order of St. John
    46A1251 - Page, footboy
    46A1253 - Knighting ceremonies
    46A1253(+0) - Knighting ceremonies (+ variant)
    46A128 - Nobility and patriciate; chivalry, knighthood
    46A13 - Commoners
    46A131 - Bourgeoisie, middle class, citizens, burghers
    46A1318 - Bourgeoisie, middle class, citizens, burghers
    46A132 - Villagers; villeins (Dutch: 'dorpers')
    46A14 - Farmers
    46A145 - Farmers
    46A15 - The poor
    46A151 - Beggar
    46A152 - 'fahrende Leute', vagrants
    46A154 - Generally despised professions, 'unehrliche Leute'
    46A155 - Outcasts, pariahs
    46A16 - The rich
    46A1612 - Digging for or finding of treasure
    46A16311 - Hiding, concealing, burying a treasure
    46A1632 - Money-chest, treasure-chest, money-box
    46A17 - Working class, labourers
    46A1711 - Employee asking for work
    46A172 - Paying of wages
    46A174 - Labourers returning home
    46A18 - Slavery; serfs and slaves
    46A181 - Slave-trade
    46A182 - Master ~ slave
    46A2 - Social contrast
    46A21 - Contrast between rich and poor
    46A211 - Bad rich man, good poor man
    46A212 - Giving alms or other charity, e.g.: handing out food
    46A22 - Contrast between urban and rural life; city dweller versus country dweller
    46A23 - Contrast between important and unimportant people; the inferior before the superior, the weak before the mighty
    46A231 - The protégé before the patron
    46A24 - Relation between master and servant
    46A3 - Public welfare
    46A33 - Charitable works
    46A4 - Relations between races
    46A41 - Racial discrimination, segregation
    46A42 - Inter-racial antipathy, racialism
    46A451 - Relations between races
    46A49 - Anti-racialism; racial integration
    46A63 - Meeting, assembly
    46A632 - Address, talk, lecture (~ meeting)
    46A633 - Debate, discussion (~ meeting)
    46A7 - Crowd, mob
    46A71 - Individual versus mass
    46A81(GIPSIES) - Wandering communities: gipsies
    46AA14 - Farmers - AA - female farmer, farmer's wife
    46B - Trade, commerce and finance
    46B0 - Allegory of trade; 'Commertio della vita humana' (Ripa)
    46B(+01) - Trade, commerce and finance
    46B11 - Market
    46B111 - Stall, booth (~ market)
    46B12 - (annual) fair, trade fair
    46B13 - Shop, store
    46B16 - Auction sale, public sale
    46B2 - Persons engaged in trade and commerce
    46B21 - Merchant, salesman
    46B22 - Wandering or travelling merchant
    46B221 - Street-trader
    46B2211 - 'cris de Paris', cries of London, etc.
    46B222 - Pedlar
    46B23 - Commercial traveller
    46B24 - Shopkeeper
    46B25 - Going to the market
    46B26 - Returning from the market
    46B27 - Customer
    46B272 - Complaining customer
    46B31 - Money
    46B311 - Coin
    46B312 - Bank-note
    46B314 - Cheque, draft, bill of exchange
    46B321 - Book-keeping, accountant
    46B322 - Office (~ administration)
    46B33 - Weighing
    46B33(+01) - Weighing
    46B3311 - Scales
    46B3311(+01) - Scales
    46B3311(+02) - Scales
    46B332 - Weighing gold or money
    46B35 - Advertising
    46B351 - Oral advertising
    46B352 - Handbill
    46B353 - Poster
    46B354 - Signboard
    46B355 - Trade mark, trade token, trade sign, trade card
    46B356 - Advertisement, notice
    46B4 - Commercial transactions
    46B41 - Buying and selling
    46B412 - Selling
    46B42 - Examining merchandise
    46B44 - Paying (~ commerce) (here also repayment of debt, etc.)
    46B45 - Debit and credit
    46B451 - Debit, debt
    46B4511 - IOU (= I owe you), bond
    46B46 - Contract of sale
    46B47 - Profit and loss
    46B49 - Import and export
    46B49(+02) - Import and export
    46B491 - Import
    46B492 - Export
    46B4941 - Merchant shipping, shipping trade
    46B4941(+01) - Merchant shipping, shipping trade
    46B513 - Pawnbroker, lombard
    46B53 - Bank
    46B55 - Insurance
    46B91 - Fraudulence, swindling
    46B92 - Bankruptcy
    46BB11 - Trade, commerce and finance
    46BB2 - Persons engaged in trade and commerce - BB - women engaged in trade and commerce
    46BB21 - Merchant, salesman - BB - women engaged in trade and commerce
    46BB22 - Wandering or travelling merchant - BB - women engaged in trade and commerce
    46BB221 - Street-trader - BB - women engaged in trade and commerce
    46BB222 - Pedlar - BB - women engaged in trade and commerce
    46BB24 - Shopkeeper - BB - women engaged in trade and commerce
    46BB25 - Going to the market - BB - women engaged in trade and commerce
    46BB26 - Returning from the market - BB - women engaged in trade and commerce
    46C11 - Road, path
    46C1111 - Crossing a river
    46C1112 - Ferry
    46C112 - Bridge
    46C113 - Viaduct
    46C116 - Cross-roads, bifurcation
    46C1161 - Signpost
    46C1162 - Milestone
    46C1211 - Carrying something in basket, bag, rucksack, etc.
    46C1212 - Carrying something with yoke
    46C1213 - Carrying something with carrying-pole
    46C1214 - Carrying something with barrow
    46C1215 - Carrying something on the head or on the shoulders
    46C122 - Wheelbarrow
    46C122(+51) - Wheelbarrow (+ conveyance for transport of persons)
    46C1271 - Carrying a person on one's back
    46C1273 - (carrying a person in a) sedan-chair
    46C128 - Human being(s) drawing or pushing a vehicle not usually propelled by manpower
    46C131 - Riding a horse, ass, or mule; rider, horseman
    46C1312 - Equestrian state-portrait
    46C131(+22) - Riding a horse, ass, or mule; rider, horseman (+ two persons ~ traffic and transport)
    46C1313 - Equestrian statue
    46C1314 - Horses and kindred animals
    46C13141 - Horse
    46C13141(+721) - Horse (+ young animal)
    46C13141(+733) - Horse (+ head of an animal)
    46C13141(+742) - Horse (+ feeding and care of young)
    46C13141(+745) - Horse (+ animals eating and drinking)
    46C13142 - Ass, donkey
    46C13142(+22) - Ass, donkey (+ two persons ~ traffic and transport)
    46C13142(+49) - Ass, donkey
    46C13142(+7333) - Ass, donkey (+ ears of an animal)
    46C13142(+749) - Ass, donkey (+ audible means of communication of animal(s): roaring, crying, singing, barking, mewing, neighing, chirping, etc.)
    46C13143 - Mule
    46C1315 - Stud farm
    46C1316 - Saddling and bridling
    46C13161 - Saddle and bridle (saddlery)
    46C131(+61) - Riding a horse, ass, or mule; rider, horseman (+ preparations ~ departure)
    46C131611 - Head-stall
    46C131613 - Reins
    46C131614 - Saddle
    46C131615 - Stirrup
    46C131(+72) - Riding a horse, ass, or mule; rider, horseman (+ sex and age of animals; propagation of animals)
    46C1318 - Horse in motion
    46C131(+8) - Riding a horse, ass, or mule; rider, horseman (+ unusual way of sitting on riding-animal)
    46C13181 - Walking (horse in motion)
    46C131(+82) - Riding a horse, ass, or mule; rider, horseman (+ sitting on animal with both legs on one side, riding side-saddle)
    46C1318(+22) - Horse in motion (+ two persons ~ traffic and transport)
    46C1318(+28) - Horse in motion
    46C13183 - Galloping horse
    46C13183(+82) - Galloping horse (+ sitting on animal with both legs on one side, riding side-saddle)
    46C13184 - Jumping (horse in motion)
    46C13185 - Rearing (horse in motion)
    46C13186 - Kicking (horse in motion)
    46C13187 - Leading a horse by the reins; rider beside his horse
    46C1318(+72) - Horse in motion (+ sex and age of animals; propagation of animals)
    46C1318(+8) - Horse in motion (+ unusual way of sitting on riding-animal)
    46C1318(+82) - Horse in motion (+ sitting on animal with both legs on one side, riding side-saddle)
    46C1318(+83) - Horse in motion (+ riding back to front on animal)
    46C1319 - Accident with horse (or kindred animal)
    46C13191 - Bolting, running away (~ horse)
    46C13192 - Horse throwing rider
    46C13194 - Accident with horse (or kindred animal)
    46C132 - Riding on animal other than horse, ass, or mule
    46C132(+82) - Riding on animal other than horse, ass, or mule (+ sitting on animal with both legs on one side, riding side-saddle)
    46C133 - Pack-animal
    46C14 - Animal traction, animal-drawn vehicle (carriage etc.)
    46C14111(+0) - Yoke (+ variant)
    46C142 - Two-wheeled, animal-drawn vehicle
    46C1421 - Two-wheeled vehicle drawn by one animal
    46C1422 - Two-wheeled vehicle drawn by two animals
    46C1424 - Two-wheeled vehicle drawn by more than three animals
    46C144 - Four-wheeled, animal-drawn vehicle, e.g.: cab, carriage, coach
    46C1441 - Four-wheeled vehicle drawn by one animal
    46C1442 - Four-wheeled vehicle drawn by two animals
    46C1442(+22) - Four-wheeled vehicle drawn by two animals (+ two persons ~ traffic and transport)
    46C1444 - Four-wheeled vehicle drawn by more than three animals
    46C144(+621) - Four-wheeled, animal-drawn vehicle, e.g.: cab, carriage, coach (+ getting in; mounting; embarkation)
    46C145 - (farm) wagon, freight wagon, cart
    46C145(+51) - (farm) wagon, freight wagon, cart (+ conveyance for transport of persons)
    46C145(+612) - (farm) wagon, freight wagon, cart (+ loading)
    46C146 - Inciting riding-animal or draught-animal
    46C1461 - Prick, goad
    46C1462 - Spur
    46C1463 - Whip
    46C147 - Diligence, omnibus, horse-tram
    46C148 - Animal-drawn sledge (Dutch: 'toeslede')
    46C149 - Accident with animal-drawn vehicle
    46C1495 - Accident with (farm) wagon, freight wagon, cart
    46C15 - Railway-traffic
    46C151 - Railway, tramway; rack railway
    46C151(+51) - Railway, tramway; rack railway (+ conveyance for transport of persons)
    46C151(+52) - Railway, tramway; rack railway (+ conveyance for transport of animals)
    46C151(+53) - Railway, tramway; rack railway (+ conveyance for transport of loads and cargoes)
    46C152 - Locomotive
    46C153 - Railway-coach, railway-carriage, wagon
    46C155 - Station; shelter (railway, tramway)
    46C159 - Railway-accident
    46C1593 - Accident with railway-coach, railway-carriage
    46C1813 - Reindeer-sleigh
    46C19 - Wheel (of vehicle)
    46C21 - Ships (in general)
    46C2121 - Dry-dock, floating-dock
    46C215(ANCHOR) - Parts of ship's exterior: anchor
    46C215(ANCHOR)(+0) - Parts of ship's exterior: anchor (+ variant)
    46C215(DECK) - Parts of ship's exterior (with NAME)
    46C215(FIGURE-HEAD) - Parts of ship's exterior: figure-head
    46C215(MAST) - Parts of ship's exterior: mast
    46C216(ANCHOR) - Parts of ship's interior (with NAME)
    46C216(CABIN) - Parts of ship's interior (with NAME)
    46C22 - Harbouring
    46C221 - Ship bound for the harbour
    46C222 - Ship in the roads, roadstead
    46C223 - Harbour
    46C2231 - Pier, quay, wharf
    46C2231(+64) - Pier, quay, wharf (+ arrival, coming to anchor, at anchor)
    46C2232 - Mooring-buoy, bollard
    46C22341 - Dock crane
    46C2235 - Warehouse (~ harbour)
    46C231 - Tow-boat, towing-barge
    46C232 - Rowing-boat, canoe, etc.
    46C2322 - Rowing facing backward, pulling
    46C23221 - Trireme, galley
    46C232(+22) - Rowing-boat, canoe, etc. (+ two persons ~ traffic and transport)
    46C2322(+22) - Rowing facing backward, pulling (+ two persons ~ traffic and transport)
    46C232(+24) - Rowing-boat, canoe, etc. (+ four persons or more ~ traffic and transport)
    46C2323 - Oaring, sculling
    46C2325 - Poling, punting
    46C232(+51) - Rowing-boat, canoe, etc. (+ conveyance for transport of persons)
    46C2325(+21) - Poling, punting (+ one person ~ traffic and transport)
    46C2326 - Rowing-boat, canoe, etc.
    46C232(+621) - Rowing-boat, canoe, etc. (+ getting in; mounting; embarkation)
    46C232(+641) - Rowing-boat, canoe, etc. (+ getting out; dismounting; disembarkation)
    46C232(+9) - Rowing-boat, canoe, etc. (+ accident, collision, crash ~ traffic and transport)
    46C23322 - Boat or vehicle drawn by (fabulous) animal(s) of the sea
    46C23(SHIP)(+63) - Boat propelled by man or animal
    46C24 - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat
    46C241 - Sailing-ship's rigging
    46C24112 - Rope-ladder
    46C2411(SHROUDS) - Parts of sailing-ship's rigging (with NAME)
    46C24(+12) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (+ interior ~ vehicle, ship, etc.)
    46C24(+51) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (+ conveyance for transport of persons)
    46C24(+62) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (+ departure; weighing anchor)
    46C24(+621) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (+ getting in; mounting; embarkation)
    46C24(+63) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (+ under way, at sea (~ travelling))
    46C24(+641) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (+ getting out; dismounting; disembarkation)
    46C24(BARK) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (with NAME)
    46C24(BARK)(+1) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (with NAME) (+ view ~ vehicle, ship, etc.)
    46C24(BARK)(+53) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (with NAME) (+ conveyance for transport of loads and cargoes)
    46C24(BARK)(+621) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (with NAME) (+ getting in; mounting; embarkation)
    46C24(BARK)(+63) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (with NAME) (+ under way, at sea (~ travelling))
    46C24(BARK)(+641) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (with NAME) (+ getting out; dismounting; disembarkation)
    46C24(CUTTER)(+63) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (with NAME) (+ under way, at sea (~ travelling))
    46C24(DINGHY) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (with NAME)
    46C24(DINGHY)(+51) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (with NAME) (+ conveyance for transport of persons)
    46C24(DINGHY)(+63) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (with NAME) (+ under way, at sea (~ travelling))
    46C24(SHIP) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (with NAME)
    46C24(SHIP)(+11) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (with NAME) (+ exterior ~ vehicle, ship, etc.)
    46C24(SHIP)(+12) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (with NAME) (+ interior ~ vehicle, ship, etc.)
    46C24(SHIP)(+62) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (with NAME) (+ departure; weighing anchor)
    46C24(SHIP)(+621) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (with NAME) (+ getting in; mounting; embarkation)
    46C24(SHIP)(+63) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (with NAME) (+ under way, at sea (~ travelling))
    46C24(SHIP)(+64) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (with NAME) (+ arrival, coming to anchor, at anchor)
    46C24(SHIP)(+641) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (with NAME) (+ getting out; dismounting; disembarkation)
    46C24(SLOOP) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (with NAME)
    46C24(SLOOP)(+63) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (with NAME) (+ under way, at sea (~ travelling))
    46C24(YACHT)(+63) - Sailing-ship, sailing-boat (with NAME) (+ under way, at sea (~ travelling))
    46C25 - Steamship, motorship
    46C251 - Paddle-wheel boat
    46C25(+12) - Steamship, motorship (+ interior ~ vehicle, ship, etc.)
    46C251(+35) - Paddle-wheel boat (+ propulsion of vehicle, ship, etc. by steam)
    46C25(+51) - Steamship, motorship (+ conveyance for transport of persons)
    46C26 - Steamsailer
    46C2632 - Steamsailer
    46C26(+63) - Steamsailer (+ under way, at sea (~ travelling))
    46C26(SHIP)(+63) - Steamsailer
    46C27 - Crew and passengers ~ ship
    46C271 - Crew ~ ship
    46C2711(CAPTAIN) - Seaman (with NAME of rank)
    46C2712 - Discipline and punishment (on board)
    46C2719 - Mutiny on ship
    46C272 - Passengers ~ ship
    46C272(+6) - Passengers ~ ship (+ departure and arrival ~ traffic and transport)
    46C2731 - Celebration on board while crossing the equator (Neptune)
    46C279 - Stowaway ~ ship
    46C281 - Signalling ~ navigation
    46C2811 - Storm-signal ~ navigation
    46C282 - Position-finding at sea; nautical instruments
    46C283 - Beacon
    46C2831 - Lighthouse, lightship
    46C2832 - Bell-buoy, whistling-buoy
    46C2852 - At the helm (manoeuvering)
    46C2854 - Look-out in the crow's nest
    46C291 - Shipwreck
    46C292 - Drowning, shipwrecked person
    46C2921 - Lifeboat
    46C2922 - Raft
    46C2923 - Falling overboard
    46C293 - Life-saving service
    46C294 - Wreck ashore
    46C296 - Sea-sickness
    46C297 - Sea-burial
    46C34 - Balloon (aviation)
    46C46 - Astronautics, space-travel, interplanetary travel
    46C49 - UFO, flying saucer
    46C511 - Preparations ~ travelling
    46C512 - Departure ~ travelling
    46C5121 - Waving farewell ~ departure on a journey
    46C513 - 'en route', traveller under way
    46C5131 - Asking the way
    46C513(+23) - 'en route', traveller under way (+ three persons ~ traffic and transport)
    46C513(+24) - 'en route', traveller under way (+ four persons or more ~ traffic and transport)
    46C5134 - Traveller(s) attacked by robber(s)
    46C5135 - (traveller) resting in the open air
    46C514 - Arrival and return ~ travelling
    46C5141 - Being welcomed ~ travelling
    46C514(+23) - Arrival and return ~ travelling (+ three persons ~ traffic and transport)
    46C519 - Getting lost; having lost one's way; losing one's way
    46C52 - Hotel, hostelry, inn
    46C5423 - Guide-book (~ tourism)
    46C55 - Luggage, travel requisites
    46C551 - Trunk, suit-case
    46C552 - Knapsack, rucksack
    46C(+612) - Traffic and transport (+ loading)
    46C(+622) - Traffic and transport (+ waving farewell)
    46C632 - Traffic and transport
    46C633 - Traffic and transport
    46C(+641) - Traffic and transport (+ getting out; dismounting; disembarkation)
    46C7354 - Traffic and transport
    46C7524 - Traffic and transport
    46C(+9) - Traffic and transport (+ accident, collision, crash ~ traffic and transport)
    46CC21 - Ships (in general) - CC - more than one ship
    46D1 - Oral spreading of news, town crier
    46D1462 - Oral spreading of news, town crier
    46D2 - Distributing pamphlets
    46D3 - Newspaper, news-sheet
    46D31 - Sale of newspaper, newspaper stand
    46D32 - Newsboy, newsman
    46D33 - Delivery (of newspaper)
    46D52 - Journalist, reporter
    46E1 - Messenger
    46E2 - Postal service
    46E211 - Postman
    46E221 - Letter, envelope
    46E223 - Parcel, packet
    46E232 - Delivering; receiving (~ postal matter)
    46E32 - Pigeon (as messenger)
    46E41 - Flags (~ signalling)
    46E411 - Flags flown from a mast
    46E43 - Light, fire, smoke, etc. used for signalling
    46E521 - Bell ~ acoustic signalling
    46E523 - Rattle ~ acoustic signalling
    46E526 - Other instruments ~ acoustic signalling
    46I6 - Social and economic life, transport and communication
  • Craft and industry; machines and workers (232 headings)
    47 - Crafts and industries
    47(+34) - Crafts and industries (+ machines ~ crafts, industries, agriculture)
    47(+4411) - Crafts and industries (+ flax, linen ~ crafts, industries, agriculture)
    47(+442) - Crafts and industries (+ reeds, rushes ~ crafts, industries, agriculture)
    47(+451) - Crafts and industries (+ skins, fur, leather, etc. ~ crafts, industries, agriculture)
    47(+4511) - Crafts and industries (+ wool ~ crafts, industries, agriculture)
    47(+6922) - Crafts and industries (+ explosion of products)
    47(+9641) - Crafts and industries (+ slaughtered animal)
    47A12 - Factory-building
    47A121 - Smoke-stack
    47A12(+47) - Factory-building (+ foodstuffs ~ crafts, industries, agriculture)
    47A212 - Fire, oven, furnace ~ interior of industrial structure
    47A22 - Factory-interior, machine shop
    47A221 - Assembly line
    47B - Handicrafts and industries
    47B(+0) - Handicrafts and industries (+ variant)
    47B1 - Handicrafts, craftsman at work
    47B11 - Handicrafts ~ metal
    47B111 - Smith, blacksmith
    47B1111 - Farrier, shoeing-smith
    47B11111 - Horseshoe
    47B112 - Coppersmith, brassworker
    47B113 - Pewterer, tinsmith
    47B116(+21) - Other handicrafts ~ metal (+ men (labourers))
    47B116(+65) - Other handicrafts ~ metal (+ transport of products ~ crafts, industries, agriculture)
    47B1(+21) - Handicrafts, craftsman at work (+ men (labourers))
    47B132 - Stone-breaker
    47B1611 - Carpenter
    47B1612 - Sawyer
    47B162 - Handicrafts ~ other plant material
    47B1811 - Baker
    47B1814 - Butcher, slaughterman
    47B1814(+1) - Butcher, slaughterman (+ place ~ crafts, industries, agriculture)
    47B1821 - Brewer
    47B1821(+22) - Brewer (+ women (labourers))
    47B1822 - Gin-distiller
    47B191 - Handicrafts ~ maintenance and repair
    47B192 - Miller
    47B(+21) - Handicrafts and industries (+ men (labourers))
    47B212 - Transport engineering
    47B26 - Industries ~ food, drink, stimulants
    47B26(+47) - Industries ~ food, drink, stimulants (+ foodstuffs ~ crafts, industries, agriculture)
    47B26(+62) - Industries ~ food, drink, stimulants (+ product ~ crafts, industries, agriculture)
    47C124 - Preparing of material by drying
    47C21 - Digging (industrial process)
    47C21(+32) - Digging (industrial process) (+ tools and appliances ~ crafts, industries, agriculture)
    47C37 - Grinding, milling (industrial processes)
    47C37(+62) - Grinding, milling (industrial processes) (+ product ~ crafts, industries, agriculture)
    47C38(+42) - Smashing, crushing (industrial processes) (+ stone ~ crafts, industries, agriculture)
    47C55 - Sharpening, grinding (industrial processes)
    47C731 - Forging (industrial process)
    47CC7525 - Industrial processes, handling of materials
    47D1 - Machines, engines ~ crafts and industries
    47D22 - Treadmill
    47D221 - Treadmill driven by horizontal device
    47D31 - Windmill
    47D32 - Machine driven by wind
    47D41 - Watermill
    47D5 - Machine driven by steam
    47D7(MILL-STONE) - Parts of machines: mill-stone
    47D8 - Tools, aids, implements ~ crafts and industries
    47D8(ANVIL) - Tools, aids, implements ~ crafts and industries: anvil
    47D8(AXE) - Tools, aids, implements ~ crafts and industries: axe
    47D8(BRACE) - Tools, aids, implements ~ crafts and industries (with NAME)
    47D8(GRINDSTONE) - Tools, aids, implements ~ crafts and industries: grindstone
    47D8(HAMMER) - Tools, aids, implements ~ crafts and industries: hammer
    47D8(KNIFE) - Tools, aids, implements ~ crafts and industries: knife
    47D8(MATTOCK) - Tools, aids, implements ~ crafts and industries (with NAME)
    47D8(PICKAXE) - Tools, aids, implements ~ crafts and industries: pickaxe
    47D8(ROPE) - Tools, aids, implements ~ crafts and industries: rope
    47D8(SAW) - Tools, aids, implements ~ crafts and industries: saw
    47D8(SCISSORS) - Tools, aids, implements ~ crafts and industries: scissors
    47D8(SIPHON) - Tools, aids, implements ~ crafts and industries: siphon
    47D8(TONGS) - Tools, aids, implements ~ crafts and industries: tongs
    47D8(TROWEL) - Tools, aids, implements ~ crafts and industries (with NAME)
    47E2 - Corporative organization, guild
    47E251 - Pageant of a guild
    47F22 - Packing of products
    47G - Building activities
    47G23 - Earth moving techniques (~ building activities)
    47G312 - Brick-layer at work
    47G331 - Roofing
    47G332 - Glazing (window panes, leaded lights, etc.), glazier at work
    47G333 - Plastering ~ building activities
    47G52 - Stone ~ building material
    47G532 - Tiles, bricks ~ building material
    47G7 - Transport of building materials
    47H - Textile industry and clothing industry
    47H14 - Wool (material ~ textile industry)
    47H(+21) - Textile industry and clothing industry (+ men (labourers))
    47H23 - Carding, combing ~ textile industry
    47H263 - Preparatory processes in manufacture of yarn
    47H31 - Spinning (manufacture of yarn)
    47H311 - Distaff
    47H312 - Spindle
    47H313 - Spinning-wheel
    47H31(+34) - Spinning (manufacture of yarn) (+ machines ~ crafts, industries, agriculture)
    47H44 - Knitting
    47H462 - Weaving with pattern
    47H463 - Weaving-loom
    47H5341 - Fulling ~ cloth finishing
    47H6 - Textile fabric, cloth
    47H71 - Tailor, dressmaker
    47H71(+11) - Tailor, dressmaker (+ indoors; in laboratory, factory, barn, etc.)
    47H71(+22) - Tailor, dressmaker (+ women (labourers))
    47H73 - Shoe-maker, cobbler
    47H731 - Last (shoe-maker's tool)
    47H73(+1) - Shoe-maker, cobbler (+ place ~ crafts, industries, agriculture)
    47H73(+12) - Shoe-maker, cobbler (+ outdoors; in the open air)
    47H73(+32) - Shoe-maker, cobbler (+ tools and appliances ~ crafts, industries, agriculture)
    47I - Agriculture, cattle-breeding, horticulture, flowerculture, etc.
    47I1 - Agriculture
    47I10 - Personification of agriculture, 'Agricultura'; 'Agricoltura', 'Studio dell'agricoltura' (Ripa)
    47I111 - Cereal, grain, corn (grass with grains, grown for food, e.g.: wheat, rice, rye, oats, maize, buckwheat, millet)
    47I1111 - Ear of corn
    47I12 - Soil cultivation
    47I1(+21) - Agriculture (+ men (labourers))
    47I122 - Spading ~ soil cultivation
    47I1(+22) - Agriculture (+ women (labourers))
    47I123 - Ploughing
    47I124 - Harrowing
    47I128 - Raking
    47I131 - Sowing
    47I14 - Harvest
    47I141 - Reaping, picking, mowing ~ harvest
    47I142 - Binding ~ harvest
    47I1421 - Sheaf
    47I143 - Stocking (on the field)
    47I1431 - Hay-cock
    47I144 - Gleaning
    47I145 - Transporting ~ harvest
    47I1451 - Hay-wagon
    47I146 - Piling up ~ harvest
    47I1461 - Hay-stack
    47I148 - Threshing
    47I149 - Rest during harvest (eating, dancing, making love, etc.)
    47I15 - Agricultural implements
    47I15(FLAIL) - Agricultural implements: flail
    47I15(HARROW) - Agricultural implements: harrow
    47I15(HOE) - Agricultural implements: hoe
    47I15(PITCHFORK) - Agricultural implements: pitchfork
    47I15(PLOUGH) - Agricultural implements: plough
    47I15(RAKE) - Agricultural implements: rake
    47I15(SCARECROW) - Agricultural implements (with NAME)
    47I15(SCYTHE) - Agricultural implements: scythe
    47I15(SICKLE) - Agricultural implements: sickle
    47I15(SPADE) - Agricultural implements: spade
    47I15(TEDDER) - Agricultural implements (with NAME)
    47I17(HAY) - Agricultural products and by-products: hay
    47I21 - Cattle
    47I211 - Bovine cattle
    47I2111 - Bull
    47I21111 - Ox
    47I2111(+945) - Bull (+ animals eating and drinking)
    47I2111(+951) - Bull (+ fighting animals; aggressive relations)
    47I2112 - Cow
    47I2112(+1) - Cow (+ place ~ crafts, industries, agriculture)
    47I2113 - Calf
    47I211(+945) - Bovine cattle (+ animals eating and drinking)
    47I212 - Pig
    47I2121 - Boar (male pig)
    47I212(+1) - Pig (+ place ~ crafts, industries, agriculture)
    47I2122 - Sow
    47I2123 - Piglet, suckling pig
    47I212(+9442) - Pig (+ animals playing together)
    47I212(+945) - Pig (+ animals eating and drinking)
    47I212(+981) - Pig (+ animals used as cattle, livestock)
    47I213 - Sheep
    47I2131 - Ram
    47I2133 - Lamb
    47I214 - Goat
    47I214(+0) - Goat (+ variant)
    47I2142 - She-goat, nanny-goat
    47I2143 - Kid (goat)
    47I214(+945) - Goat (+ animals eating and drinking)
    47I21(+945) - Cattle (+ animals eating and drinking)
    47I(+22) - Agriculture, cattle-breeding, horticulture, flowerculture, etc. (+ women (labourers))
    47I221 - Herding, herdsman, herdswoman, shepherd, shepherdess, cowherd, etc.
    47I2(+21) - Cattle-breeding, livestock industry (+ men (labourers))
    47I2211 - Herd, flock
    47I2211(+22) - Herd, flock (+ women (labourers))
    47I2212 - Shepherd with sheep or lamb on his shoulders
    47I221(+22) - Herding, herdsman, herdswoman, shepherd, shepherdess, cowherd, etc. (+ women (labourers))
    47I2213 - Shepherd's crook
    47I222 - Giving water, feeding (cattle)
    47I22(+21) - Occupations ~ cattle (+ men (labourers))
    47I22(+22) - Occupations ~ cattle (+ women (labourers))
    47I223 - Milking
    47I2231 - Transportation of milk
    47I22311 - Milkmaid
    47I22311(+21) - Milkmaid (+ men (labourers))
    47I2232 - Churning
    47I2232(+12) - Churning (+ outdoors; in the open air)
    47I223(+22) - Milking (+ women (labourers))
    47I224 - Shearing (sheep)
    47I2271 - Stall, stable
    47I228 - Cattle driving, cattle driver
    47I23 - Poultry farm
    47I242 - Bee-hive
    47I243 - Swarm ~ bees
    47I244 - Bees ~ apiculture
    47I31 - Nursery, market garden
    47I33311 - Horticulture, vegetable culture, market gardening
    47I41 - Fruit-tree culture; fruit harvest
    47I411 - Orchard
    47I413 - Fruit harvest
    47I4131 - Picking fruit
    47I4131(+22) - Picking fruit (+ women (labourers))
    47I422 - Vine
    47I4222 - Bunch of grapes
    47I423 - Vintage, grape harvest
    47I425 - Wine-vault, 'cave'
    47I5 - Flower culture
    47I53 - Greenhouse, orangery
    47I84 - Woodcutting, woodcutter ~ forestry
    47I85 - Woodgathering, woodgatherer
    47I85(+22) - Woodgathering, woodgatherer (+ women (labourers))
    47I88 - Peat-cutting
    47I9 - Land-clearing, reclamation
    47K - Commercial fishery
    47K1 - Sea and coastal fishery
    47K11 - Whale fishery, whaling
    47K12 - Shell fishery
    47K1(+21) - Sea and coastal fishery (+ men (labourers))
    47K1(+22) - Sea and coastal fishery (+ women (labourers))
    47K12(+22) - Shell fishery (+ women (labourers))
    47K(+21) - Commercial fishery (+ men (labourers))
    47K(+22) - Commercial fishery (+ women (labourers))
    47K3 - Oyster and mussel culture
    47K(+32) - Commercial fishery (+ tools and appliances ~ crafts, industries, agriculture)
    47K3(+22) - Oyster and mussel culture (+ women (labourers))
    47K(+65) - Commercial fishery (+ transport of products ~ crafts, industries, agriculture)
  • Art, architecture, music and learning (312 headings)
    480 - Symbolic representations, allegories and emblems ~ art; 'Arte' (Ripa)
    48(+32) - Art (+ sculpture)
    48(+391) - Art (+ writing)
    48(+747) - Art (+ neo-classicism)
    48A212 - Positive criticism by the public
    48A41 - Honouring the artist with laurel wreath
    48A712 - The audience ~ art performance
    48A721 - Theatre (building)
    48A722 - Concert hall
    48A723 - Opera house
    48A724 - Music-hall
    48A(+747) - Art and the public; styles and ornaments (+ neo-classicism)
    48A811 - Art collector
    48A832 - Art sale, auction
    48A91(+745) - Styles in the fine arts (+ baroque and classicism)
    48A981 - Ornament ~ geometric motifs
    48A9815 - Ornament ~ starforms
    48A982 - Anthropomorphic ornament
    48A98(+2) - Ornaments ~ art (+ framing decorations)
    48A9821 - Ornament ~ human parts
    48A98211 - Mask, mascaron ~ ornament
    48A98212 - Foliated head ~ ornament
    48A983 - Ornament derived from plant forms
    48A9831 - Foliage, tendrils, branches ~ ornament
    48A98311 - Foliage ~ ornament
    48A983111 - Acanthus ~ ornament
    48A98311(+2) - Foliage ~ ornament (+ framing decorations)
    48A98312 - Tendrils ~ ornament
    48A9831(+2) - Foliage, tendrils, branches ~ ornament (+ framing decorations)
    48A98312(+2) - Tendrils ~ ornament (+ framing decorations)
    48A9832 - Fruits and vegetables ~ ornament
    48A9832(+2) - Fruits and vegetables ~ ornament (+ framing decorations)
    48A9833 - Flowers ~ ornament
    48A98331 - Fleur-de-lis ~ ornament
    48A9833(+2) - Flowers ~ ornament (+ framing decorations)
    48A98333 - Bunch of flowers ~ ornament
    48A98341 - Rosette ~ ornament
    48A9834(+75) - Unidentifiable plant forms ~ ornament (+ Islamic ornament style)
    48A983(+51) - Ornament derived from plant forms (+ ornament enlivened by human forms)
    48A984 - Ornament derived from animal forms
    48A9843 - Lion's head ~ ornament
    48A9844 - Dolphin ~ ornament
    48A985 - Ornament derived from objects
    48A9851 - Ribbon, scroll, banderole ~ ornament
    48A98(+53) - Ornaments ~ art (+ ornament enlivened by animal forms)
    48A9854 - Vase ~ ornament
    48A9856 - Ornament derived from architectural details
    48A9861 - Scrollwork, strapwork ~ ornament
    48A9871 - Ornament ~ arabesque
    48A9872 - Ornament ~ grotesque
    48A98(+7242) - Ornaments ~ art (+ classical Greek ornament style)
    48A98(+74221) - Ornaments ~ art (+ Gothic ornament style)
    48A9875 - Ornament ~ festoon, garland
    48A9877 - Ornament ~ medallion
    48A9878 - Interlace ~ ornament
    48A98783 - Floral interlace ~ ornament
    48AA984 - Ornament derived from animal forms - AA - stylized
    48B122 - Artist (in general) studying classical remains
    48B143 - Artist training pupils
    48C - The arts; artists
    48C114 - Architect supervising building activities
    48C149 - Ruin of a building ~ architecture
    48C16 - Architectural detail
    48C161 - Column, pillar ~ architecture
    48C162 - Arch, archivolt ~ architecture
    48C1621 - Arcade ~ architecture
    48C1622 - Vault ~ architecture
    48C1623 - Dome ~ architecture
    48C165 - Mouldings ~ architecture
    48C166 - Surface decorations ~ architecture
    48C167 - Pavement, floor ~ architecture
    48C168(ARCHITRAVE) - Other architectural details: architrave
    48C168(GARGOYLE) - Other architectural details (with NAME)
    48C168(PEDIMENT) - Other architectural details (with NAME)
    48C1(+742) - Architecture (+ medieval art)
    48C1(+747) - Architecture (+ neo-classicism)
    48C2 - Sculpture
    48C24 - Piece of sculpture, reproduction of a piece of sculpture
    48C24(+747) - Piece of sculpture, reproduction of a piece of sculpture (+ neo-classicism)
    48C26 - Medal (considered as a piece of sculpture, regardless of its specific function)
    48C2(+745) - Sculpture (+ baroque and classicism)
    48C3523 - Carving ~ applied arts
    48C5 - Painting, drawing and the graphic arts
    48C514 - Picture, painting
    48C5142 - Picture within picture
    48C5154 - Manikin, dummy-figure
    48C5156 - Frame of painting, etc.
    48C51561 - 'passe-partout'
    48C51562 - (feigned) picture curtain
    48C52 - Drawing
    48C521 - Draughtsman at work
    48C52(+1) - Drawing (+ artist at work)
    48C524 - Drawing, sketch
    48C5311 - Woodcutter, wood-engraver
    48C533 - Print, e.g.: engraving, etching, lithograph
    48C534 - Tools, implements of graphic artist
    48C614 - Photograph
    48C7 - Music
    48C70 - 'Musica', symbolic representations, allegories and emblems ~ music; 'Musica'(Ripa)
    48C73 - Musical instruments; group of musical instruments
    48C7311 - Violin, fiddle
    48C7312 - Viola, violoncello; double bass
    48C7313 - Viol, rebec (violin-like instruments)
    48C7314 - Hurdy-gurdy
    48C732 - String instruments (plucked)
    48C7321 - Lyre, cithara, psaltery
    48C7322 - Harp
    48C7323 - Lute, and special forms of lute, e.g.: theorbo
    48C7324 - Cithern, mandolin, guitar, balalaika
    48C7326(BANJO) - Other string instruments (plucked) (with NAME)
    48C7331 - Spinet, virginal
    48C7333 - Pianoforte
    48C7341 - Drum (musical instrument)
    48C73411 - Tambourine
    48C7343 - Carillon, chimes
    48C7344(JEW'S HARP) - Other percussion instruments (with NAME)
    48C7351 - Flute, aulos, tibia
    48C73511 - Recorder (musical instrument)
    48C7352 - Horn, trumpet, cornet, trombone, tuba
    48C7354 - Bagpipe, musette
    48C74 - Notation of music
    48C741 - Printed edition of musical score
    48C75 - Making music; musician with instrument
    48C751 - One person with musical instrument, not playing
    48C752 - One person playing an instrument
    48C7521 - One person playing string instrument (bowed)
    48C7522 - One person playing string instrument (plucked)
    48C7523 - One person playing keyboard instrument
    48C7524 - One person playing percussion instrument
    48C7525 - One person playing wind instrument
    48C753 - More than one musician with instrument
    48C7531 - Large group of musicians, orchestra
    48C7532 - Small group of musicians, chamber orchestra, jazz band
    48C754 - Instrumental and vocal music together
    48C7541 - Singer accompanying himself
    48C75411 - Minstrel, 'jongleur'
    48C75412 - Bard, lyric poet
    48C7542 - Musician(s) accompanying singer(s)
    48C755 - Vocal music, singing
    48C7551 - Singer without accompaniment
    48C75511 - Male singer
    48C756 - Popular music, street music
    48C75611 - Hurdy-gurdy player
    48C7562 - Vocal popular music
    48C75621 - Ballad singer, ballad seller
    48C78 - Listening to music
    48C8 - The arts of the stage: ballet, theatre, musical drama, motion picture
    48C80 - Symbolic representations, allegories and emblems ~ the arts of the stage
    48C802 - Symbolic representations, allegories and emblems ~ the theatre
    48C803 - Symbolic representations, allegories and emblems ~ musical drama
    48C81 - The stage and its equipment
    48C813 - Set, scenery ~ stage
    48C8131 - Backdrop
    48C8133 - Curtain ~ stage
    48C8312 - Portrait of actor, actress
    48C8314 - Portrait of cabaret-artiste
    48C8322 - Actor, actress (non-work situations)
    48C84 - The ballet, ballet performance
    48C84(+1) - The ballet, ballet performance (+ artist at work)
    48C842 - Ballet group; dancers on the stage
    48C8422 - Female dancer
    48C85 - Theatre, theatrical performance
    48C852 - Group of actors, troupe; actors on the stage
    48C8521 - Actor (on the stage)
    48C8522 - Actress (on the stage)
    48C85231 - Troupe entering town, announcing the performance
    48C853 - Stage costume
    48C8543 - 'commedia dell'arte'
    48C85431(HARLEQUIN) - Types in 'commedia dell'arte': Harlequin
    48C8545 - Tragedy
    48C855 - Puppet and marionette show
    48C8551 - Puppet
    48C85511 - Punch and Judy
    48C862 - Opera
    48C863 - Operetta, musical, 'Singspiel'
    48C863(+1) - Operetta, musical, 'Singspiel' (+ artist at work)
    48C863(+17) - Operetta, musical, 'Singspiel' (+ professional clothes of artist)
    48C9 - Literature ~ arts
    48C91 - Writer, poet, author
    48C910 - Inspiration of the poet; 'Furore poetico' (Ripa)
    48C911 - Author, poet writing
    48C9112 - Author, poet dictating
    48C921 - Fame ~ writer, 'poeta laureatus'
    48CC7325 - Dulcimer, zither - CC - out of doors
    48CC7341(+1) - Drum (musical instrument) - CC - out of doors (+ artist at work)
    48CC7351 - Flute, aulos, tibia - CC - out of doors
    48CC7354 - Bagpipe, musette - CC - out of doors
    48CC7354(+1) - Bagpipe, musette - CC - out of doors (+ artist at work)
    48CC751 - One person with musical instrument, not playing - CC - out of doors
    48CC7512 - Person with musical instrument, musing, contemplating - CC - out of doors
    48CC752 - One person playing an instrument - CC - out of doors
    48CC7521 - One person playing string instrument (bowed) - CC - out of doors
    48CC7522 - One person playing string instrument (plucked) - CC - out of doors
    48CC7523 - One person playing keyboard instrument - CC - out of doors
    48CC7524 - One person playing percussion instrument - CC - out of doors
    48CC7525 - One person playing wind instrument - CC - out of doors
    48CC7532 - Small group of musicians, chamber orchestra, jazz band - CC - 'concert champêtre'
    48CC755 - Vocal music, singing - CC - out of doors
    48CC7551 - Singer without accompaniment - CC - out of doors
    48CC756 - Popular music, street music - CC - out of doors
    48CC7561 - Instrumental popular music - CC - out of doors
    48CC75611 - Hurdy-gurdy player - CC - out of doors
    48CC7562 - Vocal popular music - CC - out of doors
    48CC75621 - Ballad singer, ballad seller - CC - out of doors
    48CC9521 - The arts; artists
    49 - Education, science and learning
    49A - Education
    49A0 - Symbolic representations, allegories and emblems ~ education; 'Ammaestramento', Dottrina', 'Educatione', 'Istitutione' (Ripa)
    49A1 - Study and diversion
    49A11 - Study and play considered as the two principal aspects of education
    49A98311(+2) - Education
    49A9833 - Education
    49A9871 - Education
    49B - Scholastic education, tuition
    49B(+1) - Scholastic education, tuition (+ building ~ education, tuition)
    49B2 - Elementary school; class, form
    49B21 - Going to school
    49B22 - Returning home from school
    49B2(+3) - Elementary school; class, form (+ teacher, professor)
    49B24 - Teacher and pupil
    49B2(+4) - Elementary school; class, form (+ pupil)
    49B241 - Child teaching teacher, parents, or other adults
    49B252 - Corporal punishment at school: castigating, beating, etc.
    49B2521 - Rod, birch ~ punishment at school
    49B(+3) - Scholastic education, tuition (+ teacher, professor)
    49B4 - University
    49B(+4) - Scholastic education, tuition (+ pupil)
    49B4(+0) - University (+ symbol, coat of arms, seal, etc. ~ school, education)
    49B416 - University building, college
    49B43 - Professor
    49B44 - Student
    49B4(+4) - University (+ pupil)
    49C(+2) - Aspects of science in general (+ scholar, scientist in non-work situations)
    49C3 - Scholar, philosopher
    49C32 - Scholar in his study
    49C4 - Discussion, dialogue, dispute ~ scholar, philosopher
    49C(+61) - Aspects of science in general (+ scholar, scientist with pupils; lecture, discussion, learned academy)
    49D11 - Numerals
    49D3 - Planimetry, geometry
    49D48 - Sphere, globe ~ stereometry
    49D521(CALLIPER) - Measuring-instruments (with NAME)
    49D53 - Counting, calculating
    49E1 - Astronomy (and cosmography)
    49E11 - Astronomical instruments
    49E1(+1) - Astronomy (and cosmography) (+ scholar, scientist (at work))
    49E121 - Star-globe
    49E122 - Armillary sphere, skeleton celestial globe
    49E251 - Optical instruments
    49E2513 - Binoculars, spy-glass, etc.
    49E2514 - Telescope
    49E254 - Concave mirror, burning-mirror
    49E391 - Alchemist at work
    49G - Medicine, medical science
    49G01 - Symbol, emblem, sign ~ medicine
    49G1 - Physician, doctor
    49G11 - Barber; surgeon
    49G11(+11) - Barber; surgeon (+ in workshop, laboratory)
    49G2 - Patient, sick person
    49G21 - Sick-bed
    49G211 - Visiting the sick; sick person together with others
    49G22 - Nursing, tending the sick
    49G24 - Administering, taking medicine
    49G3 - Medical examination, medical treatment
    49G31 - Examination, diagnosis; physician speaking with patient
    49G311 - Examination of urine
    49G317 - Physician writing (prescription)
    49G33 - Purging
    49G34 - Bleeding, blood-letting, e.g.: with the aid of cupping-glasses
    49G353 - Amputation
    49G43 - Nurse ~ hospital
    49G52 - Lunatic asylum, mental home
    49G621 - Dissection
    49G8 - Pharmacy, pharmaceutics
    49G81 - Medicament, medicine
    49G82 - Pharmacist, druggist, apothecary; pharmacy, drugstore, dispensing chemist
    49G831 - Pestle and mortar
    49G91 - Quack, charlatan, mountebank, 'saltimbanco'
    49I - Geography
    49I11 - Explorer
    49K - Historical disciplines; philology
    49L - Writing and letters
    49L1 - Letters, alphabet, script
    49L11 - Handwriting, writing as activity
    49L111 - Secretary, scribe
    49L16 - Letter combinations such as letterword, anagram, letter square, monogram, etc.
    49L17 - Initial
    49L171 - Historiated initial
    49L23 - Oriental ideographic script (Chinese, Korean, Japanese)
    49L4 - Calligraphy
    49L51 - Pen
    49L511 - Quill
    49L62 - Ink-well
    49L63 - Pen-knife
    49L66 - Writing-table, writing-desk
    49L7 - Handwriting, written text
    49M1 - Printing, printing office
    49M11 - Printing press
    49M121 - Type-founder
    49M122 - Type-setter
    49M123 - Printer
    49M13 - Printing type
    49M17 - Printing, printing office
    49M3 - Printed matter
    49M31 - Single printed leaf: broadsheet, leaflet
    49M32 - Book
    49M413 - Printed historiated initial
    49M6 - Publishing, publisher
    49M7 - Book-shop, bookseller
    49N - Reading
    49N1 - Reading to somebody
    49N21 - Lectern ~ reading
    49N71 - Reading
  • Allegories and emblems (66 headings)
    51D4 - Beauty; 'Bellezza' (Ripa)
    51E11 - Freedom, Liberty; 'Libertà' (Ripa)
    51E11(+4) - Freedom, Liberty; 'Libertà' (Ripa) (+ emblematical representation of concept)
    51FF52 - Lateness
    51H42 - Abundance; 'Abondanza', 'Abondanza maritima' (Ripa)
    51M12 - Haste
    52A6 - Truth; 'Verità' (Ripa)
    52AA51 - Folly, Foolishness; 'Pazzia', 'Sciocchezza', 'Stoltitia' (Ripa)
    52AA51(+11) - Folly, Foolishness; 'Pazzia', 'Sciocchezza', 'Stoltitia' (Ripa) (+ abstract concept represented by female figure)
    52B11 - Contemplation
    52BB3 - Surprise, Wonder; 'Maraviglia' (Ripa)
    52DD1 - Secrecy, Latency, Concealment; 'Secretezza' (Ripa)
    52DD11 - Secret
    53C11(+3) - Authority, Power; 'Dominio', 'Giurisdittione' (Ripa) (+ symbolical representation of concept)
    53C22 - Menace, Intimidation; 'Minaccie' (Ripa)
    54A11 - Industriousness, Assiduity; 'Assiduità', 'Industria', 'Zelo' (Ripa)
    54A11(+2) - Industriousness, Assiduity; 'Assiduità', 'Industria', 'Zelo' (Ripa) (+ allegorical scene, i.e. two or more personifications involved in an action)
    54A21 - Anxiety, Solicitude; 'Sollecitudine' (Ripa)
    54AA7 - Weakness, Powerlessness, Helplessness; 'Infermità' (Ripa)
    54AA8 - Cowardice
    54C4 - Temptation; 'Tentatione' (Ripa)
    54DD2 - Idleness; 'Otio' (Ripa)
    54DD2(+6) - Idleness; 'Otio' (Ripa) (+ situation or event (especially in genre-painting) with symbolical connotation)
    54DD311 - Waiting, Watching
    54DD42 - Fatigue, Lassitude; 'Lassitudine o Languidezza estiva' (Ripa)
    54F12 - Luck, Fortune, Lot; 'Fato', 'Fortuna', 'Fortuna aurea', 'Fortuna buona', 'Fortuna pacifica overo clemente', 'Sorte' (Ripa)
    54F121 - Turn of Fate, Wheel of Fortune
    54F2 - Victory
    54F2(+11) - Victory (+ abstract concept represented by female figure)
    55A1 - Acquisition, Gain, Profit
    55A41(ENGLAND) - Acquisition and Loss
    55AA1 - Loss
    55BB1 - Poverty; 'Povertà', 'Povertà del doni', 'Povertà in uno ch'habbia bell'ingegno' (Ripa)
    55BB2 - Scarcity; 'Carestia' (Ripa)
    55C11 - Squandering, Extravagance, Prodigality, Waste; 'Prodigalità' (Ripa)
    55C22 - Offering; 'Offerta overo Oblatione' (Ripa)
    55CC11 - Greed, Covetousness, Cupidity; 'Cupidità' (Ripa)
    56A1 - Sensation, Sensibility, Sensitivity
    56B42 - Coarseness, Rusticity
    56BB19 - Consolation
    56D1 - Hope; 'Speranza', 'Speranza delle fatiche' (Ripa)
    56DD32 - Alarm, Fright; 'Spavento', 'Terrore' (Ripa)
    56E1 - Irritation
    56F2 - (personifications and symbolic representations of) Love; 'Amore (secondo Seneca)' (Ripa)
    56F211 - Brotherly Love
    57A5 - Decency, Shyness, Bashfulness
    57A61(+1) - Honesty; 'Honestà' (Ripa) (+ personification)
    57A614(+6) - Faithfulness, 'Bona Fide' (+ situation or event (especially in genre-painting) with symbolical connotation)
    57A62(+6) - Fidelity; 'Fedeltà' (Ripa) (+ situation or event (especially in genre-painting) with symbolical connotation)
    57A641 - Discretion, Modesty; 'Discretione', 'Modestia' (Ripa)
    57AA51 - Licentiousness, Lasciviousness; 'Lascivia', 'Licenza' (Ripa)
    57AA61 - Dishonesty, Falsety
    57AA611 - Dissimulation, Hypocrisy; 'Hippocresia', 'Simulatione' (Ripa)
    57AA6221 - Lie; 'Bugia' (Ripa)
    57AA6223 - Ambuscade, Trap; 'Insidia' (Ripa)
    57AA64 - Pride, Loftiness; 'Alterezza in persona nata povera civile' (Ripa)
    57AA76 - Jealousy; 'Gelosia', 'Rammarico del ben'altrui' (Ripa)
    57AA91 - Cruelty, Ferocity; 'Crudeltà', 'Ferocità' (Ripa)
    57BB11 - Admonition, Reprehension; 'Riprensione', 'Riprensione giovevole' (Ripa)
    59(+2) - Aspects of Social Conduct (+ allegorical scene, i.e. two or more personifications involved in an action)
    59A5 - Hospitality; 'Hospitalità' (Ripa)
    59BB1 - Nobody, 'Nemo'
    59C2 - Justice; 'Forza alla giustitia sottoposta', 'Giustitia', 'Giustitia retta', 'Giustitia rigorosa', 'Impietà e violenza soggetta alla giustitia' (Ripa)
    59C2(+1) - Justice; 'Forza alla giustitia sottoposta', 'Giustitia', 'Giustitia retta', 'Giustitia rigorosa', 'Impietà e violenza soggetta alla giustitia' (Ripa) (+ personification)
    59C2(+11) - Justice; 'Forza alla giustitia sottoposta', 'Giustitia', 'Giustitia retta', 'Giustitia rigorosa', 'Impietà e violenza soggetta alla giustitia' (Ripa) (+ abstract concept represented by female figure)
    59C2(+4) - Justice; 'Forza alla giustitia sottoposta', 'Giustitia', 'Giustitia retta', 'Giustitia rigorosa', 'Impietà e violenza soggetta alla giustitia' (Ripa) (+ emblematical representation of concept)
  • History and historical persons (334 headings)
    61A(1623) - Historical events and situations (with DATE)
    61A(1651) - Historical events and situations (with DATE)
    61A(1763) - Historical events and situations (with DATE)
    61A(1786) - Historical events and situations (with DATE)
    61A(1793) - Historical events and situations (with DATE)
    61A(1798) - Historical events and situations (with DATE)
    61A(1801-1837) - Historical events and situations (with DATE)
    61A(1801)(+4) - Historical events and situations (with DATE) (+ cartoon, satire, caricature of historical event)
    61A(1805) - Historical events and situations (with DATE)
    61A(1815) - Historical events and situations (with DATE)
    61A(1830) - Historical events and situations (with DATE)
    61A(1840s) - Historical events and situations (with DATE)
    61A(1851) - Historical events and situations (with DATE)
    61A(1862) - Historical events and situations (with DATE)
    61B112 - Anonymous historical persons portrayed in a double portrait
    61B112(+51) - Anonymous historical persons portrayed in a double portrait (+ head (and shoulders) (portrait))
    61B113(+51) - Anonymous historical persons portrayed in a group, in a group-portrait (+ head (and shoulders) (portrait))
    61B11(+51) - Anonymous historical person portrayed (+ head (and shoulders) (portrait))
    61B11(+512) - Anonymous historical person portrayed (+ three-quarter view portrait)
    61B11(+513) - Anonymous historical person portrayed (+ profile portrait)
    61B11(+52) - Anonymous historical person portrayed (+ (full) bust portrait)
    61B11(+523) - Anonymous historical person portrayed (+ profile portrait)
    61B11(+53) - Anonymous historical person portrayed (+ half-length portrait)
    61B11(+54) - Anonymous historical person portrayed (+ three-quarter length portrait)
    61B11(+56) - Anonymous historical person portrayed (+ different views of one person in one representation)
    61B122(+56) - Fictitious scene ~ anonymous historical person(s) (+ different views of one person in one representation)
    61B1(+513) - Historical persons not known by name (+ profile portrait)
    61B1(+52) - Historical persons not known by name (+ (full) bust portrait)
    61B2 - Historical persons
    61B2(+52) - Historical persons (+ (full) bust portrait)
    61B2(Albert, Prince Consort of Victoria, Queen of Great Britain, 1819-1861?) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Albert, Prince Consort of Victoria, Queen of Great Britain, 1819-1861) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Alfred Ernest Albert, Duke of Edinburgh, 1844-1900) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Anglesey, Marquis of) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Bewick, Thomas, 1753-1828) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Bignall, C.) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Bloomfield, Robert, 1766-1823) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Bright, John, 1811-1889) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Brougham and Vaux, Henry Brougham, Baron, 1778-1868) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(BUCKINGHAM?) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Burdett, Francis, Sir, 1770-1844) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Burns, Robert, 1759-1796) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Bute, John Stuart, Earl of, 1713-1792) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Castlereagh, Robert Stewart, Viscount, 1769-1822) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Catnach, James, 1792-1841) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Charles Edward, Prince, grandson of James II, King of England,1720-1788) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Charles I?) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Charles I) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(CHARLES II?) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Charles II, King of England, 1630-1685) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Clarke, John) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Cobbett, William, 1763-1835) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Cornwallis, Charles Cornwallis, Earl, 1738-1805) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Cromwell, Oliver, 1599-1658) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Davitt, Michael, 1846-1906) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(DERBY?) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Dignum, Charles, 1765?-1827) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Disraeli, Benjamin, Earl of Beaconsfield, 1804-1881) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Dugdale, Stephen, 1640?-1683) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(EDWARD?) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Edward VII, King of Great Britain, 1841-1910) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Edward VI, King of England) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Ellenborough, Edward Law, Baron, 1750-1818) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Elliston, Robert William, 1774-1831) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Emery, John, 1777-1822) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Emmet, Robert, 1778-1803) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Fawcett, John, 1768-1837) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Fawkes, Guy, 1570-1606) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Fitzherbert, Maria) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(FOLKESTONE, Lord) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Foster, Stephen?) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Fox, Charles James, 1749-1806) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(FREDERICK AUGUSTUS, Duke of York) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(GEORGE I?) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(George III?) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(George III, King of Great Britain, 1738-1820) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(George II, King of Great Britain, 1683-1760) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(George IV, King of Great Britain, 1762-1830) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(George V, King of Great Britain, 1865-1936) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Gladstone, W.E. (William Ewart), 1809-1896) - Historical persons
    61B2(Grimaldi, Joseph, 1779-1837) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Gustaf II Adolf, King of Sweden, 1594-1632) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Harvey, Fred) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(HENRY II?) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Henry III, King of France, 1551-1589) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(HENRY VII?) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Hogarth, William, 1697-1764) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Hogg, James, 1770-1835) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Homer) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(JAMES I?) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(James ii?) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(James II, King of England, 1633-1702) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(James I, King of England, 1566-1625) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Laud, William, 1573-1645) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(L'Estrange, Roger, Sir, 1616-1704) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Liverpool, Robert Banks Jenkinson, Earl of, 1770-1828) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(LOUIS XVIII) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Louis XVII, of France, 1785-1795) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(L'Ouverture, Toussaint?) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Lovat, Simon Fraser, Lord, 1667?-1747) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Luther, Martin, 1483-1546) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Marlborough, John Spencer) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(MAYOR) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(MAYOR)(+51) - Historical person (with NAME) (+ head (and shoulders) (portrait))
    61B2(McCracken, Henry Joy, 1767-1798) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(MELBOURNE?) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(MILTON, Lord) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(MONMOUTH?) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Munden, Joseph Shepherd, 1758-1832) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Munroe, Walter) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Napoleon III) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Napoleon III, Emperor of the French, 1808-1873) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Nelson, Horatio Nelson, Viscount, 1758-1805) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(North, Frederick, Lord, 1732-1792) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(O'Connell, Daniel, 1775-1847) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(O'Connor, Feargus, 1794-1855) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Osborne, John, 1772-1848) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Overbury, Thomas, Sir, 1581-1613) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Peel, Robert, Sir, 1788-1850) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Pitt, William, 1759-1806) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(POT BOY JOE) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Prynne, William, 1600-1669) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Pym, John, 1584-1643) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Raglan, FitzRoy James Henry Somerset, Baron, 1788-1855) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(RALEIGH, Walter?) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(RICHARD I?) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(RICHARD II?) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Robert I, King of Scotland, 1274-1329) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Robey, George) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Rob Roy, 1671-1734) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Rodney, George Brydges Rodney, Baron, 1719-1792) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(RUSSELL?) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(SHEEHAN, John, 1812-1882) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(STANLEY, Lord) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Sterne, Laurence, 1713-1768) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Stratton, Eugene) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Tarlton, Ralph) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Tipu Sultan, Fath Ali, Nawab of Mysore, 1753-1799) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Tully) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Turpin, Dick) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(TURPIN, Dick) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Walpole, Robert, Earl of Orford, 1676-1745) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(WARDLE, GWYLLYM LLOYD) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(WELLINGTON?) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(WELLINGTON?)(+51) - Historical person (with NAME) (+ head (and shoulders) (portrait))
    61B2(Wellington, Arthur Wellesley, Duke of, 1769-1852) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Wesley, John, 1703-1791) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Whittington, Richard, d. 1423) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(Wilkes, John, 1727-1797) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(William III, King of England, 1650-1702) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(WILLIAM IV?) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(William IV, King of Great Britain, 1765-1837) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B2(WOLFE?) - Historical person (with NAME)
    61B(+33) - Historical persons (portraits and scenes from the life) (+ 'portrait à l'antique')
    61B(+51) - Historical persons (portraits and scenes from the life) (+ head (and shoulders) (portrait))
    61BB112 - Anonymous historical persons portrayed in a double portrait - BB - woman
    61BB112(+51) - Anonymous historical persons portrayed in a double portrait - BB - woman (+ head (and shoulders) (portrait))
    61BB113(+51) - Anonymous historical persons portrayed in a group, in a group-portrait - BB - woman (+ head (and shoulders) (portrait))
    61BB11(+51) - Anonymous historical person portrayed - BB - woman (+ head (and shoulders) (portrait))
    61BB11(+512) - Anonymous historical person portrayed - BB - woman (+ three-quarter view portrait)
    61BB11(+513) - Anonymous historical person portrayed - BB - woman (+ profile portrait)
    61BB11(+52) - Anonymous historical person portrayed - BB - woman (+ (full) bust portrait)
    61BB11(+522) - Anonymous historical person portrayed - BB - woman (+ three-quarter view portrait)
    61BB11(+523) - Anonymous historical person portrayed - BB - woman (+ profile portrait)
    61BB11(+53) - Anonymous historical person portrayed - BB - woman (+ half-length portrait)
    61BB1(+51) - Historical persons not known by name - BB - woman (+ head (and shoulders) (portrait))
    61BB1(+52) - Historical persons not known by name - BB - woman (+ (full) bust portrait)
    61BB2(Adelaide, Queen Dowager, 1792-1849) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(Alexandra, Queen, Consort of Edward VII, King of Great Britain, 1844-1925) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(ANNE?) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(ANNE OF DENMARK?) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(Anne, Queen of Great Britain and Ireland, 1665-1714) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(BOUDICA) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(Carney, Kate, 1868-1950) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(Caroline Amelia Elizabeth, Queen, consort of George IV, King of Great Britain, 1768-1821) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(Caroline, consort of George II, King of Great Britain, 1683-1737) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(Catherine of Braganza, consort of Charles II, King of England, 1638-1705) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(Charlotte, Consort of George III, King of Great Britain, 1744-1818) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(Clifford, Rosamond, d. 1176?) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(Cromwell, Elizabeth) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(CROMWELL, Elizabeth) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(Eleanor, of Aquitaine, Queen, consort of Henry II, King of England, 1122?-1204) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(Eleanor, Queen, consort of Edward I, King of England, d. 1290) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(Elizabeth I, Queen of England, 1533-1603) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(Elizabeth, Queen, consort of Frederick I, King of Bohemia, 1596-1662) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(Godiva, Lady, fl. 1040-1080) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(GURNEY, Mrs.) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(Henrietta Maria, consort of Charles I, King of England, 1609-1669) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(Joan, of Arc, Saint, 1412-1431) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(Leamar Sisters) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(Lloyd, Marie (Matilda Wood) 1870-1922) - Historical persons - BB - woman
    61BB2(Marie Antoinette) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(MARIE ANTOINETTE?) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(Mary I?) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(Mary II, Queen of England, 1662-1694) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(Mary, Queen, consort of George V, King of Great Britain, 1867-1953) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(Nicholson, Margaret, 1750?-1828) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(NIGHTINGALE, Florence?) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(Nightingale, Florence, 1820-1910) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(Victor, Ethel, 1857?-1902) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(VICTORIA?) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(VICTORIA?)(+523) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman (+ profile portrait)
    61BB2(Victoria, Queen of Great Britain, 1819-1901) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(Wentworth, Bessie) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61BB2(Woffington, Magaret, d. 1760) - Historical person (with NAME) - BB - woman
    61D(AFRICA) - Geographical names of countries, regions, mountains, rivers, etc. (names of cities and villages excepted) (with NAME)
    61D(AUSTRALIA) - Geographical names of countries, regions, mountains, rivers, etc. (names of cities and villages excepted) (with NAME)
    61D(CHINA) - Geographical names of countries, regions, mountains, rivers, etc. (names of cities and villages excepted) (with NAME)
    61D(EGYPT) - Geographical names of countries, regions, mountains, rivers, etc. (names of cities and villages excepted) (with NAME)
    61D(INDIA) - Geographical names of countries, regions, mountains, rivers, etc. (names of cities and villages excepted) (with NAME)
    61D(INDIANA) - Geographical names of countries, regions, mountains, rivers, etc. (names of cities and villages excepted) (with NAME)
    61D(IRELAND) - Geographical names of countries, regions, mountains, rivers, etc. (names of cities and villages excepted) (with NAME)
    61D(ITALY) - Geographical names of countries, regions, mountains, rivers, etc. (names of cities and villages excepted) (with NAME)
    61D(MOUNT AETNA) - Geographical names of countries, regions, mountains, rivers, etc. (names of cities and villages excepted) (with NAME)
    61D(MOUNT CALVARY) - Geographical names of countries, regions, mountains, rivers, etc. (names of cities and villages excepted) (with NAME)
    61D(NEW YORK) - Geographical names of countries, regions, mountains, rivers, etc. (names of cities and villages excepted) (with NAME)
    61D(PARNASSUS) - Geographical names of countries, regions, mountains, rivers, etc. (names of cities and villages excepted) (with NAME)
    61D(PENNSYLVANIA) - Geographical names of countries, regions, mountains, rivers, etc. (names of cities and villages excepted) (with NAME)
    61D(SCOTLAND) - Geographical names of countries, regions, mountains, rivers, etc. (names of cities and villages excepted) (with NAME)
    61D(THAMES) - Geographical names of countries, regions, mountains, rivers, etc. (names of cities and villages excepted) (with NAME)
    61D(WEST INDIES) - Geographical names of countries, regions, mountains, rivers, etc. (names of cities and villages excepted) (with NAME)
    61E(AMSTERDAM, Netherlands) - Names of cities and villages (with NAME)
    61E(ATHENS, Greece) - Names of cities and villages (with NAME)
    61E(ATHLONE, Ireland) - Names of cities and villages (with NAME)
    61E(CALAIS, France) - Names of cities and villages (with NAME)
    61E(CANTERBURY, England) - Names of cities and villages (with NAME)
    61E(CANTON, China) - Names of cities and villages (with NAME)
    61E(CATANIA, Italy) - Names of cities and villages (with NAME)
    61E(COLOGNE, Germany) - Names of cities and villages (with NAME)
    61E(EDINBURGH, Scotland) - Names of cities and villages (with NAME)
    61E(EXETER, England) - Names of cities and villages (with NAME)
    61E(GREENWICH, England) - Names of cities and villages (with NAME)
    61E(JERUSALEM) - Names of cities and villages (with NAME)
    61E(KRONSTADT?) - Names of cities and villages (with NAME)
    61E(LONDON) - Names of cities and villages (with NAME)
    61E(LONDON, England) - Names of cities and villages (with NAME)
    61E(MANCHESTER, ENGLAND?) - Names of cities and villages (with NAME)
    61E(PARIS, France) - Names of cities and villages (with NAME)
    61E(RICHMOND, Va.) - Names of cities and villages (with NAME)
    61E(ROME, Italy) - Names of cities and villages (with NAME)
    61E(SAN FRANCISCO, Ca.) - Names of cities and villages (with NAME)
    61E(SCARBOROUGH, England) - Names of cities and villages (with NAME)
    61E(VENICE, Italy) - Names of cities and villages (with NAME)
    61F(Acropolis, Athens, Greece) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(ALBERT MEMORIAL, London, England) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(BLACKFRIARS BRIDGE, 1769) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(Bristol Gaslight Works, Bristol, England) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(CHARING CROSS, London, England) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(Cleopatra's Needle, London, England) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(CONWAY CASTLE) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(COVENT GARDEN, London, England) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(CRYSTAL PALACE, London, England) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(DOVER CASTLE) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(EAST INDIA HOUSE, Leadenhall Street, London) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(EAST INDIA HOUSE, LEADENHALL STREET, LONDON) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(EMBANKMENT, LONDON, England) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(FONTHILL ABBEY) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(FOUNDLING HOSPITAL, London, England) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(FOUNTAINS ABBEY) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(GUILDHALL, London, England) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION HALL, Kensington) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(LAMBETH PALACE, London, England) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln, England) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(LONDON BRIDGE, London, England) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(LYONS COACH OFFICE) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(MANCHESTER CATHEDRAL?) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(MONUMENT, London, England) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(NAVAL HOSPITAL, GREENWICH) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(POWIS CASTLE) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(PYRAMIDS, Egypt) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(SHREWSBURY STATION, Shrewsbury, England) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(SMITHFIELD MARKET, London, England) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(STONEHENGE, England) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL, London, England) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL, LONDON, England) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(TOWER OF LONDON, London, England) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(WINDSOR CASTLE, Windsor, England) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(WORCESTER CATHEDRAL, Worcester, England) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61F(YORK MINSTER, York, England) - Names of historical buildings, sites, streets, etc. (with NAME)
    61G(ACHILLES, Statue of, Hyde Park, London, England) - Names of artefacts and man-made objects (buildings excluded) (with NAME)
    61G(GODFREY'S CORDIAL) - Names of artefacts and man-made objects (buildings excluded) (with NAME)
    61G(H.M.S. VICTORY) - Names of artefacts and man-made objects
    61G(LEONARDO, Last Supper) - Names of artefacts and man-made objects (buildings excluded) (with NAME)
    61G(MAGNA CHARTA) - Names of artefacts and man-made objects (buildings excluded) (with NAME)
    61G(NERO) - Names of artefacts and man-made objects (buildings excluded) (with NAME)
    61G(TITANIC) - Names of artefacts and man-made objects (buildings excluded) (with NAME)
    61H(ANTI-CORN LAW LEAGUE) - Names of organizations, companies, trade unions, etc. (with NAME)
    61H(CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY) - Names of organizations, companies, trade unions, etc. (with NAME)
    61H(DUBLIN TIMES) - Names of organizations, companies, trade unions, etc. (with NAME)
    61H(PARLIAMENT) - Names of organizations, companies, trade unions, etc. (with NAME)
    61I(AMERICAN CIVIL WAR) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(American Revolutionary War) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(AMERICAN WAR) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(ANGLO-CHINESE WAR) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(ANTI-CORN LAW LEAGUE) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(CIVIL WAR) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(CRIMEAN WAR) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(CRUSADES) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(ENGLISH REVOLUTION) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(FRANCO-PRUSSIAN WAR) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(FREE TRADE) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(FRENCH REVOLUTION) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(FRENCH REVOLUTION, 1789-1799) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(FRENCH REVOLUTION, 1830?) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(FRENCH REVOLUTION, 1830) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(FRENCH REVOLUTIONARY WARS) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(GREAT EXHIBITION) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(GREAT EXHIBITION, 1851) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(GREAT EXHIBITION OF 1851) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(IRISH REBELLION OF 1798) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(IRISH TENANTS) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(JEWISH CIVIL RIGHTS) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(LORD MAYOR'S PARADE) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(PENINSULAR WAR) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(ROMAN EMPIRE) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(SLAVE REBELLION) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(TAXATION) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(TITHE ACTS) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(TRAFALGAR, Battle of) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(WATERLOO, Battle of) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61I(WATERLOO, BATTLE OF) - Names of historical events and situations (with NAME)
    61K(CIVIL WARS, 17TH C.) - (other) historical names (with NAME)
    61K(JACOBEAN) - (other) historical names (with NAME)
    61K(TUDOR) - (other) historical names (with NAME)
  • The Bible (229 headings)
    71 - Old Testament
    71A2 - The six days of creation (Genesis 1:3-25)
    71A32122 - The tree of knowledge of good and evil (whose fruit, usually apples or figs, brings death); the tree may be guarded by the serpent
    71A333 - Adam naming the animals
    71A352 - God blesses Adam and Eve; institution of marriage
    71A412 - Eve takes the fruit
    71A421 - Eve takes the fruit from the serpent (or the tree) in the presence of Adam (who may be trying to stop her)
    71A422 - Eve offers the fruit to Adam
    71A722 - Adam engaged in agricultural activities, Eve suckling the children
    71A731 - Cain and Abel learn to assist their father; Cain by farming, Abel by herding
    71A814 - Abel offering (alone)
    71A815 - Cain offering (alone)
    71A82 - The killing of Abel: Cain slays him with a stone, a club or a jaw-bone, alternatively with a spade or another tool as weapon
    71B3222 - The animals enter the ark
    71B33 - The Flood and destruction of mankind ~ story of Noah (Genesis 7:10 - 8:17)
    71B331 - The ark is floating on the waters, while life on earth is destroyed ~ story of Noah
    71B33221 - The dove returns with an olive-branch ~ story of Noah
    71B342 - Noah, his family and the animals leave the ark (sometimes combined with the rainbow of the covenant)
    71B343 - Noah's sacrifice; various animals are offered, possibly a lamb, a dove and a ram (often combined with the rainbow of the covenant)
    71B42 - The Tower of Babel
    71B421 - The building of the Tower of Babel; Nimrod may be present, supervising or assisting the construction
    71C - Genesis: the patriarchs
    71C1224 - Abraham entertaining the three angels
    71C131 - The sacrifice of Isaac (Genesis 22)
    71C13131 - When Abraham has his hand raised to kill Isaac, God or the hand of God restrains Abraham's hand
    71C131311 - When Abraham has his hand raised to kill Isaac, an angel restrains Abraham's hand
    71C13141 - The ram of the sacrifice ~ sacrifice of Isaac
    71C13211 - Abraham weighs out four hundred pieces of silver
    71C3121 - The dream of Jacob: while sleeping on the ground with a stone for pillow Jacob sees a ladder reaching from earth to heaven with angels going up and down; usually with God at the top of the ladder
    71C3136 - Laban comes to meet Jacob at the well and brings him to his house
    71C3222 - Jacob wrestles with the angel (or man) till daybreak; Jacob's thigh is put out of joint
    71C3232 - The meeting between Esau and Jacob
    71D - Genesis: the story of Joseph
    71D112 - Having witnessed an evil deed of his brothers, Joseph reports it to his father
    71D115 - Joseph's dreams
    71D1151 - First dream of Joseph: the eleven sheaves of wheat of his brothers form a circle round Joseph's sheaf and bow down
    71D1241 - Joseph is thrown into a pit (usually depicted as a well or cistern)
    71D12411 - Joseph is lowered into a pit by means of ropes or a pulley
    71D128 - Joseph's blood-stained coat is brought and shown to Jacob
    71D145 - Joseph interpreting the dreams of the butler and the baker (the two dreams combined)
    71D161 - Pharaoh takes off his signet-ring and puts it on Joseph's finger; Joseph is appointed overseer
    71D1922 - The cup is found in Benjamin's sack
    71D222 - The meeting of Jacob and Joseph in Goshen
    71D224 - Jacob is presented to Pharaoh by Joseph
    71D243 - Jacob blesses his sons
    71E1124 - The finding of Moses: Pharaoh's daughter comes to bathe with her maidens in the river and discovers the child floating on the water
    71E1125 - Moses is either presented to Pharaoh's daughter or surrounded by women fondling him
    71E11722 - The plague of frogs: Aaron stretches out his hand over the water of Egypt; frogs come out and cover the land
    71E126 - Moses striking water from the rock (Exodus 17:1-7; Numbers 20:2-13)
    71E1263 - Moses strikes the rock twice in front of the assembled people and water gushes out; the people quench their thirst
    71E1311 - Moses (alone) ascending Mount Sinai
    71E1343 - Moses receives the tables of the law from God
    71E13532 - The people dance around the golden calf ~ Exodus
    71E13541 - On seeing the idolaters Moses breaks the tables of the law
    71E1373 - God renews the covenant with Moses and writes the law on the tablets
    71E3314 - An angel holding a sword bars the way and causes Balaam's ass to turn aside; the angel is invisible to Balaam
    71E33141 - Balaam strikes his ass, whereupon the ass lies down and starts to speak
    71F2453 - Jephthah's daughter dances with tambourines to meet her father on his return from the battle; Jephthah rends his clothes in despair
    71F325 - Samson kills the lion with his bare hands
    71F343(+0) - Samson ties three hundred foxes two by two by their tails with a fire-brand in between; with the torches on fire he lets them go into the cornfields of the Philistines which are set aflame (+ variant)
    71F354 - With an ass's jaw-bone Samson slays a thousand Philistines
    71G134 - Samuel prays for thunder and rain
    71H13 - David as harpist at Saul's court (1 Samuel 16:14-23)
    71H14 - Story of David and Goliath (1 Samuel 17)
    71H144 - David fighting Goliath
    71H1443 - David beheads Goliath with a sword
    71H145 - David with Goliath's head
    71H1451 - David brings Goliath's head to Saul
    71H152 - David victorious in several wars against the Philistines and other enemies
    71H52 - The wars of David
    71H546 - God punishes Israel with three days of plague; the avenging angel with his sword drawn goes through the land; seventy thousand men are killed
    71I - Story of Solomon
    71I132 - Bathsheba comes before Solomon
    71I143212 - Solomon bows down to Bathsheba
    71I222 - Solomon appoints Zadok high priest
    71I32 - The judgement of Solomon (1 Kings 3:16-28)
    71I332 - The queen of Sheba before Solomon, testing him with questions
    71I432 - Temple of Solomon (1 Kings 5-9; 2 Chronicles 2-7)
    71I4321 - The building of the temple of Solomon
    71I433 - The palace of Solomon (1 Kings 7:1-12)
    71K2134 - The prophet of Judah rides off with his donkey and on his way is killed by a lion
    71L18321 - At the king's order the people stone Zechariah in the temple courtyard
    71N12 - The widow's oil: the little oil a woman has in store increases so that she and her son are able to fill many borrowed jars with it (2 Kings 4:1-7)
    71N2 - The cursing of the children: when Elisha is on his way some children mock him for his baldness; Elisha curses them (2 Kings 2:23-25)
    71N21 - Two bears come out of the woods and tear the children who were mocking Elisha to pieces
    71P343 - Early in the morning King Darius goes to the lion's den and finds Daniel alive
    71P4122 - The elders making advances towards Susanna
    71T56 - Tobias captures the fish and pulls it on the land
    71T63 - The marriage of Tobias and Sarah
    71T77 - The healing of Tobit: Tobias puts the gall of the fish on his father's eyes
    71T9(5:3) - Other scenes ~ the book of Tobit (with BOOK CHAPTER:VERSE)
    71U4274 - Judith and her maidservant put Holofernes' head in a sack
    71V1341 - Jonah is swallowed by a great fish, (sea)monster, whale, dolphin, or the like
    71V22 - After a three-day sojourn in the belly of the monster Jonah is cast on dry land; Jonah may be shown nude and bald-headed
    71W33 - Job falls upon the ground and expresses his resignation to God's will
    72B63 - Comprehensive typological compositions
    72D12 - Typological juxtapositions and compositions
    73 - New Testament
    73A52 - The Annunciation: Mary, usually reading, is visited by the angel (sometimes a woman overhears the conversation)
    73A521 - The Annunciation: Mary standing
    73A523 - The Annunciation: Mary kneeling
    73A622 - Mary and Elisabeth, both pregnant, embracing
    73A63 - Elisabeth blessing Mary
    73B13 - Mary, Joseph and the new-born Christ (Nativity)
    73B14 - Annunciation of Christ's birth to the shepherds (and/or shepherdesses) at night; a host of singing angels in the air
    73B2 - Adoration of the Christ-child ~ Christ's birth
    73B25 - adoration of the Christ-child by the shepherds; Mary and Joseph present
    73B3 - Circumcision of the Christ-child by the priest in the temple (Luke 2:21)
    73B51 - The three Wise Men see a star and are astonished by its magnitude
    73B55 - The star appears again and guides the three Wise Men to Bethlehem
    73B57 - Adoration of the kings: the Wise Men present their gifts to the Christ-child (gold, frankincense and myrrh)
    73B633 - The massacre ot the innocents; sometimes Herod looking on
    73B64 - Flight into Egypt and miracles during the journey
    73B641 - The flight into Egypt: Mary, Joseph, the child (and sometimes others) on their way; Mary usually riding on an ass
    73B8 - Holy Family, and derived representations
    73B93 - Christ's dispute with the doctors in the temple; he counts his arguments on his fingers
    73C121 - Baptism of Christ in the river Jordan: John the Baptist pouring out water on Christ's head: the Holy Ghost descends
    73C22 - Christ, sometimes accompanied by guardian angel(s), tempted by Satan, who usually appears in human form
    73C24 - Christ ministered by angel(s): they bring water and food, sometimes sent by Mary
    73C31 - Story of Christ stilling the storm on the Sea of Galilee (Matthew 8:23-27; Mark 4:35-41; Luke 8:22-25)
    73C32 - Story of Christ walking on the water, 'Navicella' (Matthew 14:22-33; Mark 6:45-52; John 6:15-21)
    73C324 - Christ saves Peter from drowning
    73C33 - The miraculous draught of fishes (before the Resurrection) on the Lake of Gennesaret (Sea of Galilee); James and John helping to bring in the nets (Luke 5:1-11)
    73C41 - Christ healing blind people
    73C511 - Christ touches the bier of the son of the widow of Nain: the young man sits up
    73C523 - The raising of Lazarus ('Lazarus, come out')
    73C53 - Raising of the daughter of Jairus, who is lying in bed (Matthew 9:18-19, 9:23-26; Mark 5:21-24, 5:35-43; Luke 8:40-42, 8:49-56)
    73C611 - The marriage-feast at Cana (John 2:1-11)
    73C6113 - Christ orders (six) jars to be filled with water ~ marriage-feast at Cana
    73C6122 - Christ and apostles distribute bread and fish among the multitude
    73C71143 - Nathanael meets Christ
    73C721311 - Christ calls a child and sets it in the midst of the apostles (disciples): 'unless you ... become like children'
    73C7216 - Christ talking with Nicodemus at night (John 3:1-21)
    73C722 - Christ explaining his doctrine to women and children
    73C72212 - Christ and the woman of Samaria: sitting at Jacob's well he asks her for a drink from her jug
    73C7224 - Christ blessing children brought by their mothers, usually with some disciples disapprovingly looking on (Matthew 19:13-15; Mark 10:13-16; Luke 18:15-17)
    73C72621 - A woman washes Christ's feet with her tears, and wipes them with her hair
    73C732 - Christ preaching in the temple
    73C734 - Christ preaching in the open
    73C8152 - At the end of the day the lord pays all the labourers equally; those that worked all day object
    73C8413 - The wise virgins are let into the house with the bridegroom (Christ); the foolish virgins are shut out
    73C844 - Counting the cost to build a tower (Luke 14:28-30)
    73C852 - The rich man (Dives) is feasting, while poor Lazarus is starving at the gate (dogs licking Lazarus' sores) (Luke 16:19-31)
    73C861 - The good Samaritan (Luke 10:30-37)
    73C864 - The parable of the prodigal son (Luke 15:11-32)
    73C8641 - The prodigal son asks for his inheritance; his father gives him (a bag of) money
    73C8642 - Leave-taking and departure of the prodigal son
    73C8643 - The prodigal son in the midst of prostitutes feasting and dissipating his patrimony, usually in a brothel or inn
    73C8645 - The prodigal son tends the swine and eats from their trough
    73C86451 - The prodigal son repents his former life and prays
    73C8646 - The prodigal son returns home, where his father awaits him
    73C86461 - The prodigal son kneels before his father who takes him in his arms
    73C86462 - Festive reception of the prodigal son
    73D132 - Christ's feet are anointed by Mary (Magdalene)
    73D14 - Entry into Jerusalem: people spreading their clothes before Christ on the ass, and waving palm branches (Matthew 21:1-11, 21:14-16; Mark 11:1-11; Luke 19:28-40; John 12:12-19)
    73D15 - Purification of the temple ('first' and 'second'): Christ driving the money-changers from the temple with a whip (Matthew 21:12-13; Mark 11:15-17; Luke 19:45-46; John 12:12-19)
    73D24 - Last Supper (in general) (Matthew 26:21-35; Mark 14:18-31; Luke 22:3, 22:15-23; John 13:21-38)
    73D244 - Institution of the Eucharist, i.e. Christ showing or blessing bread (host) and/or wine (Matthew 26:26-27; Mark 14:22-23; Luke 22:19-20; John 13:26; 1 Corinthians 11:23-25)
    73D311 - Christ on his way to (or in) the Garden of Gethsemane (not yet praying)
    73D313 - The kiss of Judas: accompanied by soldiers with torches and lanterns, he kisses Christ
    73D314 - The arrest of Christ ~ Garden of Gethsemane
    73D3141 - Peter draws his sword and cuts off Malchus' ear
    73D323 - Christ before Pontius Pilate (Matthew 27:11-26; Mark 15:2-15; Luke 23:2-7, 23:13-25; John 18:28 - 19:16)
    73D331 - Peter denies Christ, usually before a girl-servant and some soldiers
    73D343 - Judas hanging himself
    73D351 - Flagellation by soldiers, Christ usually tied to a column (Matthew 27:26; Mark 15:15; John 19:1)
    73D352 - The crowning with thorns: soldiers with sticks place a thorny crown on Christ's head and give him a reed (Matthew 27:27-31; Mark 15:16-20; John 19:2-3)
    73D41 - Carrying of the cross: Christ bearing the cross, alone or with the help of others (e.g. Simon the Cyrenian)
    73D411 - Christ collapsing ~ carrying of the cross
    73D6 - The crucifixion of Christ: Christ's death on the cross; Golgotha (Matthew 27:45-58; Mark 15:33-45; Luke 23:44-52; John 19:25-38)
    73D61 - Comprehensive representations of the events on Golgotha during Christ's hanging on the cross, no particular event emphasized
    73D622 - Soldiers throwing dice for Christ's seamless garment ~ Christ's death on the cross
    73D625 - Bystanders at the foot of the cross, among whom Mary, Mary Magdalene and John the Evangelist; Mary may be shown swooning
    73D626 - Darkness from the sixth to the ninth hour (represented by a solar eclipse) ~ Christ's death
    73D633 - Longinus pierces Christ's side with a lance
    73D641 - Crucified Christ with Mary and John on either side of the cross; Holy Rood
    73D642 - Crucified Christ with Mary Magdalene, who usually weeps and embraces the cross
    73D643 - Crucified Christ with Mary, John, and Mary Magdalene
    73D643(+0) - Crucified Christ with Mary, John, and Mary Magdalene (+ variant)
    73D644 - Crucified Christ with Stephaton and/or Longinus
    73D66 - Christ on the cross on Golgotha (alone, without bystanders)
    73D661 - The three crosses with the crucified, without bystanders
    73D71 - Descent from the cross: Christ is taken down from the cross, usually by Nicodemus and Joseph of Arimathaea who are standing on the ladders (both arms of Christ detached)
    73D711 - Christ is taken down from the cross (one arm of Christ still nailed to the cross)
    73D72121 - Christ's body supported by Mary, others present
    73D722 - 'Pietà', 'Vesperbild', 'Marienklage' (no others present): Christ, either with or without crown of thorns, mourned by Mary
    73D73 - Man of Sorrows, 'Imago Pietatis', 'Erbärmdebild', 'Schmerzensmann'; the upright Christ showing his wounds, usually bearing the crown of thorns, and accompanied by the instruments of the Passion, standing or sitting in his tomb
    73D74 - Bearing of Christ's body to the grave
    73D76 - Christ's entombment (possibly by angels)
    73D82(CROSS) - Cross ~ instruments of the Passion
    73D82(CROWN OF THORNS) - Crown of thorns ~ instruments of the Passion
    73E1 - Resurrection of Christ
    73E112 - angel(s) opening the tomb of Christ, e.g.: by rolling aside the stone
    73E11241 - Angel(s) opening the tomb of Christ, e.g.: by rolling aside the stone
    73E12 - Christ, usually holding a banner, arises from the grave; often combined with sleeping and/or frightened soldiers
    73E123 - Christ stepping out of the tomb
    73E131 - Christ standing on or near the tomb ~ events after the Resurrection
    73E15 - The risen Christ (with wounds, but without crown of thorns), sometimes holding the cross
    73E16 - Frightened and/or sleeping soldiers at the tomb of Christ
    73E2 - The empty tomb ~ Resurrection of Christ
    73E21 - Angel(s) in or at the empty tomb of Christ
    73E22 - The holy women (the three Maries) on their way to or at the tomb, to anoint Christ's body
    73E23 - Angel(s) addressing the holy women ~ Resurrection of Christ
    73E231 - Angel(s) addressing Mary Magdalene ~ Resurrection of Christ
    73E31 - Mary Magdalene kneeling before Christ, who is usually represented as a gardener with a hoe and/or a spade; 'Noli me tangere'
    73E352 - Christ showing his wounds to the apostles
    73E364 - Thomas touching or stretching out his hands to touch the wound in Christ's side, sometimes Christ leading Thomas' hand
    73E37 - Appearance of Christ at the Lake of Gennesaret (Sea of Galilee, Sea of Tiberias): miraculous draught of fishes (after the Resurrection)
    73E42 - The Ascension (Christ surrounded by radiant light or in a mandorla)
    73E421 - Christ strides up into heaven, holding God's hand or assisted by angel(s)
    73E422 - Christ aloft in the sky ~ Ascension
    73E4221 - Christ carried up by angels ~ Ascension
    73E423 - Christ taken up by a cloud ~ Ascension
    73E5 - Pentecost: the Holy Ghost descends upon (Mary and) the apostles, sometimes Paul and/or representatives of the nations present (Acts 2:1-4)
    73E71 - The annunciation of Mary's death by an angel (Gabriel) with a palm branch
    73E79 - Coronation of Mary in heaven (usually the Holy Trinity present)
    73F21213 - Peter and John are questioned by the high priest and the Sanhedrin
    73F22 - Life and acts of Paul (Saul)
    73F223155 - Paul is stoned and dragged out of the city
    73F22363 - Paul before the high priest Ananias and the Sanhedrin
    73F2237 - Paul's journey to Rome (Acts 27-28)
    73F223741 - Paul preaches and tells his story to Jews while guarded by soldiers
    73F22382 - Paul preaching or disputing
    73F3563 - The stoning of Stephen; the witnesses lay down their clothes at Saul's feet
    73G132 - John's letter to Smyrna
    73G364 - Resurrection and ascension of the two witnesses of God
    73G431 - The two-horned beast out of the earth and the beast out of the sea are worshipped
    73G542 - First resurrection of the dead
    75B14 - Bible
  • Literature, literary characters and proverbs (127 headings)
    81(ROBIN HOOD) - Literary cycle (with NAME of CYCLE)
    82AA(CINDERELLA?) - Female literary characters (with NAME)
    82AA(CINDERELLA) - Female literary characters (with NAME)
    82AA(GODIVA) - Lady Godiva
    82A(AHASVERUS) - Ahasverus, the wandering Jew
    82AA(MAID MARIAN) - Female literary characters (with NAME)
    82AA(MOTHER SHIPTON) - Female literary characters (with NAME)
    82AA(PATIENT GRISSEL) - Female literary characters (with NAME)
    82AA(RED RIDING HOOD) - Female literary characters (with NAME)
    82A(DON QUIXOTE?) - Don Quixote
    82A(DON QUIXOTE) - Don Quixote
    82A(FAUSTUS) - Male literary characters (with NAME)
    82A(FRIAR TUCK) - Male literary characters (with NAME)
    82A(Guy of Warwick, legendary character) - Male literary characters (with NAME)
    82A(John Bull) - Male literary characters (with NAME)
    82A(JOHN BULL) - Male literary characters (with NAME)
    82A(JOHNNY MORGAN) - Male literary characters (with NAME)
    82A(LITTLE JOHN) - Male literary characters (with NAME)
    82A(MACBETH) - Macbeth
    82A(NOBODY) - Male literary characters (with NAME)
    82A(OEDIPUS) - Male literary characters (with NAME)
    82A(ROBIN HOOD) - Male literary characters (with NAME)
    82A(ROBINSON CRUSOE) - Male literary characters (with NAME)
    82A(SANCHO PANZA) - Sancho Panza
    82A(TOM THUMB) - Male literary characters (with NAME)
    82A(WERTHER) - Male literary characters (with NAME)
    83(BERNARDIN DE SAINT-PIERRE, Paul et Virginie) - (scenes from) specific works of literature: Bernardin de Saint-Pierre, Paul et Virginie
    83(BUNYAN, Pilgrim's progress) - (scenes from) specific works of literature (with AUTHOR, Title)
    83(BUNYAN, PILGRIM'S PROGRESS) - (scenes from) specific works of literature (with AUTHOR, Title)
    83(CERVANTES, Don Quixote) - (scenes from) specific works of literature (with AUTHOR, Title)
    83(DEFOE, Robinson Crusoe) - (scenes from) specific works of literature: Defoe, Robinson Crusoe
    83(Dickens, DOMBEY AND SON?) - (scenes from) specific works of literature (with AUTHOR, Title)
    83(DICKENS, Oliver Twist) - (scenes from) specific works of literature (with AUTHOR, Title)
    83(GOETHE, Sorrows of young Werther) - (scenes from) specific works of literature (with AUTHOR, Title)
    83(HOGARTH, The Good and Bad apprentice) - (scenes from) specific works of literature (with AUTHOR, Title)
    83(RASPE, Adventures of Baron Munchausen) - (scenes from) specific works of literature (with AUTHOR, Title)
    83(SHAKESPEARE, Hamlet) - (scenes from) specific works of literature (with AUTHOR, Title)
    83(SHAKESPEARE, King Lear) - (scenes from) specific works of literature (with AUTHOR, Title)
    83(SHAKESPEARE, Macbeth) - (scenes from) specific works of literature (with AUTHOR, Title)
    83(SHAKESPEARE, Othello?) - (scenes from) specific works of literature (with AUTHOR, Title)
    83(SHAKESPEARE, Othello) - (scenes from) specific works of literature (with AUTHOR, Title)
    83(SHAKESPEARE, Romeo and Juliet) - (scenes from) specific works of literature (with AUTHOR, Title)
    83(SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM, Othello) - (scenes from) specific works of literature (with AUTHOR, Title)
    83(STOWE, Uncle Tom's Cabin) - (scenes from) specific works of literature (with AUTHOR, Title)
    83(SWIFT, Gulliver's Travels) - (scenes from) specific works of literature: Swift, Gulliver's Travels
    84(BLUE-BEARD) - Tales and fairy tales (with TITLE)
    84(CAT AND THE FIDDLE) - Tales and fairy tales (with TITLE)
    84(CINDERELLA) - Tales and fairy tales (with TITLE)
    84(COCK ROBIN) - Tales and fairy tales (with TITLE)
    84(FRIAR AND BOY) - Tales and fairy tales (with TITLE)
    84(JACK AND THE GIANT) - Tales and fairy tales (with TITLE)
    84(JACK THE GIANT-KILLER) - Tales and fairy tales (with TITLE)
    84(MOTHER GOOSE) - Tales and fairy tales (with TITLE)
    84(OLD WOMAN WHO LIVED IN A SHOE) - Tales and fairy tales (with TITLE)
    84(RED RIDING HOOD) - Tales and fairy tales (with TITLE)
    84(SONG OF SIXPENCE) - Tales and fairy tales (with TITLE)
    84(THOMAS HICKATHRIFT) - Tales and fairy tales (with TITLE)
    84(TOM THUMB) - Tales and fairy tales (with TITLE)
    84(VALENTINE AND ORSON) - Tales and fairy tales (with TITLE)
    85(BROTHER AND SISTER) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(CITY MOUSE AND COUNTRY MOUSE) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(COUNTRYMAN AND THE SNAKE) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(DOG AND THE SHADOW) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(DOVE AND THE BEE) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(EAGLE, CAT, AND THE SOW) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(FATHER, SON AND ASS) - Fable of the Father, Son and Ass
    85(FOX AND GRAPES) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(FOX AND RAVEN) - Fable of the Fox and the Raven
    85(FOX AND THE GOAT?) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(FOX AND THE GRAPES) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(FOX AND THE VIZOR-MASK) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(GOOSE THAT LAID THE GOLDEN EGGS) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(KID AND THE WOLF) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(KITE AND THE PIGEONS) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(LAMB BROUGHT UP BY A GOAT) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(LION AND THE MOUSE) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(LION, FOX, AND THE BULLS) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(NURSE AND THE WOLF) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(Old man and Death) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(OLD MAN AND DEATH) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(OLD WOMAN WHO LIVED IN A SHOE) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(PEACOCK'S COMPLAINT) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(PROUD FROG) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(PUSS IN BOOTS) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(RED RIDING HOOD) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(SCOLD AND THE PARROT) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(SCOLD AND THE PARROT, Gay) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(SHEEP-BITER) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(SHEPHERD AND THE YOUNG WOLF) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(SHEPHERD TURNED MERCHANT) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(WOLF AND THE CRANE) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(WOLF AND THE GOAT) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(WOLF AND THE KID) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(WOLF AND THE LAMB) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(WOLF IN DISGUISE) - Fables (with TITLE)
    85(YOUNG MAN AND THE LION) - Fables (with TITLE)
    86(AM I NOT A MAN AND A BROTHER) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(AUSPICIO REGIS ET SENATUS ANGLIAE) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(BRITANNIA FOR EVER) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(BY HAMMER AND HAND ALL ARTS DO STAND) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(DOMINE DIRIGE NOS) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(ENGLAND EXPECTS EVERY MAN TO DO HIS DUTY) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(E PLURIBUS UNUM) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(ERIN GO BRAGH) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(ESTO FIDELIS) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(EXITUS ACTA PROBAT) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(GOD SAVE IRELAND) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(IN UNION THERE IS STRENGTH) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(IRISH MANUFACTURE) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(MEMENTO MORI) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(NEMO ME IMPUNE LACESSIT) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(NOSE TO THE GRINDSTONE) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(ONE AND ALL) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(PEACE AND PLENTY) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(PEN IS MIGHTIER THAN THE SWORD) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(PERFECTUS IN UTRAQUE) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(PRAEMONITUS PRAEMUNITUS) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(PRO PATRIA) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(PRO REGINA ATQUE COMMERCIO) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(QUIS SEPARABIT) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(RIDLEYS ASTHMATIC PILLS) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(SPECIES SINE CEREBRIS) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(STATIO BENE FIDA CARINIS) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(UNITAS BENEVOLENTIA ET CONCORDIA) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(UNITED TO PROTECT NOT COMBINED TO INJURE) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(VIA VERITAS VITA) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
    86(WITHOUT FEAR AND WITHOUT REPROACH) - Proverbs, sayings, etc. (with TEXT)
  • Classical mythology and ancient history (130 headings)
    92(+52) - Gods ~ classical mythology
    92B11221 - 'Cornucopia', Horn of Plenty
    92B1218 - Jupiter, usually in the shape of a white bull, abducts Europa and carries her across the water
    92B12181 - Europa and her maidens play with the bull, and/or adorn it with flowers
    92B2 - (story of) Vulcan (Hephaestus)
    92B222 - Vulcan and Venus
    92B371 - Apollo as sun-god, i.e. Sol (Helius), Titan
    92B373 - Apollo playing the lyre, Apollo Citharoedus
    92B38(LAUREL) - Attributes of Apollo (with NAME)
    92B4 - (story of) Mars (Ares)
    92B423 - Mars and Venus as lovers
    92B5 - (story of) Mercury (Hermes)
    92B551 - Mercury invents the lyre by converting the shell of a tortoise
    92B554 - Mercury with the woodcutter and his axe (Aesop)
    92B573 - Hermes Logios, Mercury as god of eloquence
    92B58(CADUCEUS) - Caduceus (staff with two snakes, attribute of Mercury)
    92B58(PETASUS) - Attributes of Mercury: petasus
    92C172 - Juno as queen of Heaven
    92C2 - (story of) Minerva (Pallas, Athena)
    92C27 - Specific aspects, allegorical aspects of Minerva; Minerva as patroness
    92C271 - Minerva as patroness
    92C281 - Aegis: shield with Gorgon's head (attribute of Minerva)
    92C2811 - Aegis: breast-plate or skin with Gorgon's head (attribute of Minerva)
    92C28(HELMET) - Attributes of Minerva (with NAME)
    92C28(OWL) - Attributes of Minerva: owl
    92C371 - Diana as moon-goddess, i.e. Luna (Selene)
    92C3711 - Luna in her chariot, usually drawn by two horses, a white and a black one; 'Carro della Luna' (Ripa)
    92C4 - (story of) Venus (Aphrodite)
    92C454 - Venus and Cupid (Cupid not being mere attribute)
    92C47 - Specific aspects, allegorical aspects of Venus; Venus as patroness
    92C471 - Venus Caelestis
    92C478 - Triumph of Venus; 'Carro di Venere' (Ripa)
    92C48(DOVE) - Attributes of Venus (with NAME)
    92C48(FLAMING HEART) - Attributes of Venus (with NAME)
    92C48(HEART) - Attributes of Venus (with NAME)
    92D1 - (story of) Cupid, Amor (Eros)
    92D1121 - Education of Cupid by Venus and Mercury
    92D15 - Non-aggressive, friendly or neutral activities and relationships of Cupid
    92D1511 - 'Omnia vincit Amor', Love the conqueror, Love triumphant
    92D152 - Cupid handling his weapons
    92D1521 - Cupid shooting a dart
    92D15211 - Cupid shooting a dart at Venus' order
    92D1524 - Cupid breaking his bow and/or arrows
    92D156 - Other non-aggressive activities of Cupid
    92D1611 - Fettered Cupid, 'Amor Cruciatus'
    92D162 - Cupid stung by a bee while stealing honey, or while picking a rose; 'l'Amour piqué'
    92D1621 - Crying Cupid, surrounded by bees, runs or clings to his mother Venus to be soothed
    92D178 - Triumph of Cupid
    92D18(BLINDFOLD) - Attributes of Cupid: blindfold
    92D18(BOW) - Attributes of Cupid: bow
    92D18(QUIVER) - Attributes of Cupid: quiver
    92D1916 - Cupids: 'amores', 'amoretti', 'putti'
    92D19161 - 'Erotes', Venus' feast (Philostratus, Imagines I 6): cupids play with apples in an orchard in which there is a shrine of Venus; they shoot arrows, dance, wrestle together and try to catch hares
    92D19164 - Cupids together with attributes of the arts, sciences, etc.
    92D3 - Graces (Charites), generally three in number; 'Gratie' (Ripa)
    92E1781 - Triumph of Aurora: in her chariot drawn by two (sometimes four) horses, and possibly scattering flowers; Aurora's victory over the night; 'Carro dell'Aurora' (Ripa)
    92F28(ROD AND SERPENT) - Attributes of Aesculapius: rod and serpent
    92H1 - (story of) Neptune (Poseidon)
    92H17 - Specific aspects, allegorical aspects of Neptune; Neptune as patron
    92H171 - Neptune as lord of the sea
    92H18(TRIDENT) - Attributes of Neptune: trident
    92H7791 - Veneration of Palaemon: carried on a dolphin's back, he arrives at Corinth, where Sisyphus receives him with divine honours (Philostratus, Imagines II 16)
    92L1 - (story of) Bacchus (Dionysus), Liber
    92L15 - Non-aggressive, friendly or neutral activities and relationships of Bacchus
    92L17 - Specific aspects, allegorical aspects of Bacchus; Bacchus as patron
    92L179 - Veneration of Bacchus
    92L18(THYRSUS) - Thyrsus ~ attribute of Bacchus
    92L18(VINE) - Attributes of Bacchus: vine
    92L1911 - Maenad(s), female bacchant(es)
    92L1913 - Children's bacchanal
    92L3 - Nymphs (in general); 'Ninfe in commune' (Ripa)
    92L41 - Satyr(s) (in general)
    92L421 - (story of) Silenus
    92LL41 - Satyr(s) (in general) - LL - female satyrs (in general)
    92M17 - Specific aspects, allegorical aspects of Ceres; Ceres as patroness
    92M171 - Ceres, patroness of agriculture
    92M18(CORN-SHEAF) - Sheaf of corn as attribute of Ceres
    92M18(CORNUCOPIA) - Attributes of Ceres (with NAME)
    93B373 - Olympus
    93D1 - Pegasus, the winged horse
    93D156 - Pegasus, the winged horse
    93E1 - Entrances to Hades
    93E3 - Charon, the ferryman
    93E4 - Cerberus, the three- or many-headed dog; 'Cerbero' (Ripa)
    94A4611 - The Golden Fleece, hanging on an oak-tree, is seized by Jason
    94B1313 - On their return the Seven find the child Opheltes dead; they kill the snake (or dragon), bury Opheltes, and institute the Nemean games in the boy's honour
    94C - The Trojan war (94C - 94H)
    94C113 - The Judgement of Paris (Mercury present)
    94C1131 - The Judgement of Paris (without Mercury)
    94F56 - Single combat between Hector and Ajax
    94F832 - Arming of Achilles
    94G51 - The Amazon Penthesilea comes to the help of the Trojans and is killed by Achilles, who at that moment falls in love with her
    94L121 - Alcmene exposes the baby (Hercules) outside Thebes
    94L122 - Hercules strangles two serpents in his cradle
    94L321 - (1) Hercules chokes the Nemean lion with his arms
    94L322 - (2) the Hydra of Lerna is killed by Hercules
    94L3221 - The Hydra is killed by Hercules assisted by Iolaus, who sears the roots of the severed heads with burning brands; an enormous crab nips Hercules' foot
    94L324 - (4) the Erymanthian boar is captured by Hercules
    94L3292 - Fight of Hercules and the Amazons
    94L4111 - While fighting with Hercules the river-god Achelous changes himself into a bull, or a bull-headed man
    94M35 - Theseus, with the ball of thread, finds his way into the Labyrinth
    94M432 - Theseus' fight with the Amazons when they attack Athens
    95A(ACHILLES) - (story of) Achilles
    95A(CADMUS?)32 - Cadmus meets the cow which leads him into Boeotia
    95A(PARIS) - (story of) Paris (Alexander)
    95A(PARIS?)1212 - Paris with the shepherds
    95A(PYGMALION)21 - Pygmalion falls in love with the statue he is carving
    95A(PYRAMUS & THISBE)22 - Thisbe, fleeing from a lioness, drops her veil (the scene may be situated near a fountain)
    95A(TELEPHUS)121 - Telephus is exposed; he is suckled either by a hind or by a lioness
    95B(ALEXANDER THE GREAT)22 - The Greek heroic legends (II): heroines
    95B(AMAZONS) - (story of) the Amazons
    95B(HELEN) - (story of) Helen
    96A128(JANUS' HEAD) - Janus' head, two-faced head
    96A23 - (story of) Flora
    96A5(FAMA) - Fama as Roman personification
    96A5(SALUS) - Salus as Roman personification
    96B21 - Aeneas' fleet cast on the coast of Libya
    96B24 - The meeting of Aeneas and Dido; when he approaches her throne, the cloud enveloping him and Achates vanishes
    96B323 - Fama spreads the rumour of Dido's love-affair
    96D1916 - Heroines, female characters from the legendary origins of Rome
    96(NOS MORI ADAMI VIVIMUS TELLURE COLENDA) - Roman gods and legends
    97DD15 - Antigone changed into a stork: for comparing herself to Juno, the goddess changes Antigone, daughter of Laomedon, into a stork (Ovid, Metamorphoses VI 93)
    97N2 - Bull changed to stag: to avoid detection of the theft of the bull by Bacchus' son, the bull is changed into a stag
    98(+51) - Classical history (+ head (and shoulders))
    98(+52) - Classical history (+ (full) bust)
    98B(AESCHYLUS)68 - Death of Aeschylus: an eagle drops a turtle on Aeschylus' bald head
    98B(ALEXANDER) - Male persons from classical history (with NAME)
    98B(DARIUS) - (story of) Darius, king of Persia
    98B(HOMER)9(+52) - Portrait of Homer (+ (full) bust)
    98B(SCYLURUS)68 - Death of Scylurus: the Scythian king, on his deathbed, enjoins his eighty sons to break a bundle of rods (or arrows) tied together; when they can't do this, he breaks the rods one by one, thus teaching them that united they will be strong, divided weak

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