RMBK9K7C–Detail of the Dead Sea Scrolls. A fragment of Isaiah. National Archeological Museum, Amman, Jordan.
RM2M98945–A family reading the scriptures.
RMANX2XR–St Anne's Catholic Church Kingston England Mass Priest Reading Scriptures
RMC46KKF–Photograph of an Orthodox Jew doing the work of copyist of the scriptures
RMH99R4D–Cuneiform carved scriptures at Archaeological Museum of Tehran, Iran
RMHNTCBY–Prayer niche with relieved arabesques and Koran scriptures in the kufi and Nashi Duktus Safar 623 (21.1226-1.3 .1226 AD ) And the kufi 'cufic' unique among all the Islamic scriptures to take its name from ... lesson of the Nashi, is corrected with a distended and turgid ductus,
RMT951TG–In Hindu mythology and scriptures, Aruná or Aru is a personification of the reddish glow of the rising Sun, which is believed to have spiritual powers. The presence of Aruná, the coming of day, is invoked in Hindu prayers to Surya. Aruná is sometimes considered a part of Surya, as he is the vision and driving force behind its path through the sky. In some stories, Aruná drives the chariot of Surya, while in others, he is a manifestation of Surya, serving as a sign of the coming of the Sun.
RMM2XDAN–Cross of the Scriptures, Clonmacnoise Monastery, County Offaly, Ireland
RMC0185N–High crosses, right, copy of the Cross of the Scriptures, Clonmacnoise Monastery, County , Leinster, Republic of Ireland, Europe
RMFJ9MGG–Sikh cleric reading scriptures, amritsar, punjab, india, asia
RM2B01A7E–China: 'Printing the Chinese Scriptures' - the first Chinese translation of the Bible - using cattle power. Etching by Cecilia Lucy Brightwell (1811-1875), c. 1874. In 1840, a group of four people (Walter Henry Medhurst, Charles Gutzlaff, Elijah Coleman Bridgman, and John Robert Morrison) cooperated to translate the Bible into Chinese. The translation of the Hebrew part was done mostly by Gutzlaff, with the exception that the Pentateuch and the book of Joshua were done by the group together. This translation, completed in 1847, is well-known due to its adoption by the Taipingtianguo Movement.
RMKJ1T5F–cave beneath the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem where St Jerome spent 30 years translating the Scriptures from Hebrew and Greek into Latin.
RM2JN9XXG–Louis IX of France forming a library. He was a patron of the arts and reading and contemplation became his whole life, he began to read the scriptures and the fathers, especially Saint Augustine and had manuscripts copied and a library was formed. Louis IX, 1214 – 1270, aka Saint Louis or Louis the Saint. King of France, 1226 - 1270. From Histoire de France, published 1855.
RMG6J77K–Jermaine Byfield reads from the scriptures during the funeral of his sister Toni-Ann Byfield, 7, and father Bertram Byfield, 41, at the New Testament Church of God in Lozells, Birmingham, after they were both gunned down on September 14. Toni-Ann, who came to the UK from Jamaica in 2000, was shot in the back as she tried to flee, after her father - a convicted crack cocaine dealer was shot in Kensal Green, north-west London.
RFGC5XHB–Tibetan scriptures on the stones with skull of a dead Yak in Himalayas, Nepal
RMWHAHA9–Clonmacnoise. Cross of the Scriptures. East side
RMFJJE28–Nun reading Holy Scriptures outside the new Church of Our Lady Mary of Zion in Axum (or Aksum), Tigray Region, Ethiopia
RMDXXRXR–New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures as used by the Jehovas Witnesses
RF2HW6675–Art inspired by Child Jesus Explaining the Scriptures to His Mother and St. Joseph, ca. 1627, Etching with engraving; second or third state of three, Sheet (trimmed to plate): 5 13/16 in. × 5 in. (14.7 × 12.7 cm), Prints, Etched by Stefano della Bella (Italian, Florence 1610–1664, Classic works modernized by Artotop with a splash of modernity. Shapes, color and value, eye-catching visual impact on art. Emotions through freedom of artworks in a contemporary way. A timeless message pursuing a wildly creative new direction. Artists turning to the digital medium and creating the Artotop NFT
RMC3RWWH–Priest reading scriptures at the Hindu cremation ghats of Pashupatinath on the sacred Bagmati, Kathmandu, Nepal
RFA1AK3A–Clonmachnois Co Offaly Cross Ireland
RM2JNBKJ0–Priest Reading Scriptures by Altar at St Ann's Catholic Church Kingston London England
RMC46KM0–Photograph of an Orthodox Jew doing the work of copyist of the scriptures
RMPHH141–Old egypt scriptures background
RFE1PA9F–A young boy studying the scriptures.
RMW2A5HA–Rotary Rinzo bookshelf for scriptures at Hase-dera temple, Kamakura, Kanagawa, Japan
RM2H8EP1T–stack of manuscripts at the private Al-Wangari Library, in Timbuktu , Mali , Africa .
RMCR5H5C–Sadhu reading the holy scriptures, Haridwar, Uttarakhand, formerly Uttaranchal, India, Asia
RMFJ9N7H–Sikh cleric reading scriptures, amritsar, punjab, india, asia
RMA6M85R–The east face of the original Cross of the Scriptures at Clonmacnoise