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    • Madona With Child

    • wall painting
    • View of the Madonna with Child (while the left side of the frescoed frame is missing and there is some damage to the image itself, it remains remarkably intact following restoration)
    • Madona With Child

    • wall painting
    • Close-up of the heads of the Madonna and Child (note the finely modeled heads and the realistic detail of their facial features)
    • Madona With Child

    • wall painting
    • Close-up of Christ's head and the hands of the Madonna and Child (note the playful intertwining of the fingers of the Child with those of his Mother as well as the contrast between his chubby fingers and her long, slender ones)
    • Madona With Child

    • wall painting
    • Close-up of the feet of the Child and the lower drapery of the Madonna (note the detail in the rendering of the Child's feet and the modeling with subtle gradations of light and dark in the depiction of the Madonna's curvilinear drapery)
    • Troubleshooting Equipment in Combat Units

    • United States. Army--Equipment--Maintenance and repair
    • "The purpose of this pamphlet is to support the U.S. Army Command Maintenance Program (COMAINT). It is designed to provide supervisors and other users with a consolidated, simplified reference on use of troubleshooting equipment authorized at the...
    • Army equipment record system

    • United States--Army--Records and correspondence
    • Reprint of Issue No. 115, 1962 series, of PS, The Preventive Maintenance Monthly. Includes message from G. H. Decker, General, United States Army Chief of Staff.
    • Army equipment record procedures

    • United States--Army--Equipment ;United States--Army--Records and correspondence
    • Update of the Department of the Army Technical Manual TM 38-750, dated 15 Jan. 1964. TM 38-750 previously issued 1 May 1962 and 10 Oct. 1962.
    • TOMB OF JULIUS II

    • tomb ;sculpture
    • View looking up, from the observer's left, depicting both the lower and upper tiers (the upper tier statues were not carved by Michelangelo. Sandro Fancelli, called Scherano, was paid in 1537 for work on the Madonna and Child)
    • TOMB OF JULIUS II

    • tomb ;sculpture
    • View looking up, from the observer's left, depicting general view of the left niche with the Contemplative Life (Rachel) in the lower tier, and the Sibyl in the upper tier (the upper tier statues were not carved by Michelangelo)
    • TOMB OF JULIUS II

    • tomb ;sculpture
    • View looking up, from the observer's left, depicting central niche with Moses and the reclining Pope above; both are surmounted by the Madonna and Child (the upper tier statues were not carved by Michelangelo)
    • TOMB OF JULIUS II

    • tomb ;sculpture
    • View looking up, from the observer's right of Moses (the upper tier statues were not carved by Michelangelo. Sandro Fancelli, called Scherano, was paid in 1537 for work on the Madonna and Child)
    • TOMB OF JULIUS II

    • tomb ;sculpture
    • Side view, from the viewer's right, of Moses seated and holding the Tablets of the Law
    • TOMB OF JULIUS II

    • tomb ;sculpture
    • Tight view along the front of the entire tomb, from the viewers right side, depicting depth of the Tomb and full view of the Active Life (Leah) right of Moses
    • TOMB OF JULIUS II

    • tomb ;sculpture
    • Moses holding Tablets of the Law with his right hand whilst his fingers entwine his cascading beard, as seen from the observer's left (Michelangelo carved Moses circa 1515. Dimensions of Moses: height 7'08 1/2'; width at base at front 3'- 1 1/2')
    • TOMB OF JULIUS II

    • tomb ;sculpture
    • Frontal view of Moses (Michelangelo carved Moses circa 1515. Dimensions of Moses: height is 7'08 1/2'; width at base at front is 3'- 1 1/2'; depth of base is 3'-3 3/4')
    • TOMB OF JULIUS II

    • tomb ;sculpture
    • Moses, as seen from viewer's right (Michelangelo carved Moses circa 1515. Dimensions of Moses: height is 7'08 1/2'; width at base at front is 3'- 1 1/2'; depth of base is 3'-3 3/4')
    • TOMB OF JULIUS II

    • tomb ;sculpture
    • Head and bust of Moses, depicting the horns emerging from Moses' head which were a convention of Christian iconography, and probably due to a mistranslation of the Vulgate and Douai biblical description of rays of light radiating from his head

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